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    HNC celebrates 30 years in Nanjing.

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    Read the online edition of SAIS Magazine | Summer 2016 to find out more about the latest happenings at the school. 
     

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  • Johns Hopkins SAIS-Swiss Re Report

    Johns Hopkins SAIS graduates collaborated with Swiss Re to address critical international environmental policy challenges in a new report Pandemics in a Changing Climate-Evolving Risk and the Global Response.” Read More

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SAIS Europe In the News
Professor Raffaella del Sarto considers the possibility of an entry of Tunisia in the European Union. Read More »
News: Which Brexit Will Theresa May Choose?
Assistant Professor of International Political Economy Matthias Matthijs wrote about the new British prime minister's agenda in Foreign Affairs. Read More »
News: Pressure in Turkey
In an interview with Bloomberg Business, Professor John McLaughlin said that pressures have been building in Turkey for years leading up to the coup attempt. Read More »
News: Terrorism in France
Director of European and Eurasian Studies Erik Jones told USA Today that the terror attack in Nice, France has raised concerns about immigrant integration. Read More »
News: Turkey’s Attempted Coup
Adjunct Professor of Middle East Studies Ömer Taşpinar discussed U.S.-Turkey relations following the Turkish military’s attempted coup. Read More »
News: Foreign Policy at the RNC
FPI-SAIS' Senior Fellow Afshin Molavi joined CCTV to discuss Republican positions on foreign policy and trade as the party holds its convention. Read More »
News: France’s Vulnerabilities in a Changing Terror Landscape
European and Eurasian Studies Adjunct Professor Steven Kramer offers insights via The Cipher Brief on France’s vulnerability in dealing with terrorism. Read More »