Christine Lagarde, IMF managing director, discussed the state of the global economy and economic transitions post crisis.
About half of our students spend their first year at SAIS Europe in Bologna, Italy, getting exposed to contrasting European and U.S. perspectives on global issues.
Explore the world of international relations this summer in Washington or Nanjing at a SAIS summer program.
This review in the Financial Times calls Michael Mandelbaum’s new book “lucid and thought-provoking.” Mandelbaum, director and professor of American foreign policy, shows that while the global economy will face major challenges in the years ahead, there are powerful reasons to believe that globalization will continue to make the world richer.
Vali Nasr spoke on the importance of diversity in the study of international relations. Learn More »
Kathy Galvin, president and CEO of the UN Foundation, delivered the keynote at this year’s SAIS Global Women in Leadership Conference, which focused on the impact of technology on the modern workplace. Learn More About Women's Leadership at SAIS »
Southeast Asia students and alums show their ASEAN-style solidarity. A highlight for M.A. concentrators in Southeast Asia Studies is the summer internship program. Learn More about the Southeast Asia Studies Program »
SAIS Student Government Vice President and former SAIS Europe student Ally Carragher discusses her experience at SAIS.
SAIS alum Samuel W. Lewis, a career diplomat and U.S. ambassador to Israel played a major role in negotiating the Camp David Accords in 1978. In this recent video, Lewis offered his thoughts on SAIS and advice to students. Watch Here »
20 HNC students participated in the Beijing Career Trek, visiting 12 employers including SOHO, Pfizer, the US Embassy, Greenpeace, Weber Shandwick, and more. Pictured are HNC students with HNC alumna Ashleigh Au at SOHO's headquarters.
In this Politico op-ed Daniel Serwer, senior research professor in the Conflict Management Program, writes on the dangers of a Cuban collapse. Read More »
SAIS Europe Students devised and executed a traditional April Fool’s prank on outgoing director Ken Keller.
SAIS dedicated a new garden in front of the Nitze building to former Registrar Betty Beauchamp in recognition of her many years of service at SAIS. The garden was inspired by a remark she made during her term, “Every SAIS student is a flower in bloom.”
Bernard Hoekman of the European University Institute spoke about the governance of deeper economic integration in a supply chain world. See the Seminar Report »
Some of our illustrious Mr. and Ms. SAIS pageant contestants. Congratulations to Ahmet Cinar and Pongkwan Sawadipakdi. See More Photos from the Event »
During spring break in Nanjing, many students take advantage of the time off to participate in HNC’s Beijing Career Trek or travel throughout Asia. Take a look back at spring break last year when six HNC students visited North Korea. Read More »
Professor of international history at SAIS Europe, Mark Gilbert’s research concentrates on the political and intellectual history of contemporary Europe. In 2012 he published European Integration: A Concise History. Get it Here »
The SAIS DC Alumni Club gathered for happy hour at the Beacon Bar and Grill. Check out our new Facebook page for information on future events and to learn how to get more involved. SAIS DC Alumni Facebook Group »