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  • Black History Month 2016 at Johns Hopkins SAIS

    Black History Month 2016 at Johns Hopkins SAIS
    "Celebrating Pioneers in Foreign Policy"

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  • SAIS Magazine

    Read the Winter 2016 issue of SAIS Magazine to find out more about the latest happenings at the school. 

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  • Gain a Career Building-Edge

    Advance your expertise and internationally-focused career through a degree designed for experienced professionals. Apply to the Master of International Public Policy and Master of Arts in Global Policy Programs.

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  • The China Exit Interview

    Johns Hopkins SAIS and The Paulson Institute hosted a panel discussion on China with Bill Bishop, Sinocism; Gady Epstein,The Economist; Jeremy Goldkorn, Danwei; & Evan Osnos, The New Yorker

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Career Trek: Houston
(Pictured) Students at ExxonMobil during the Career Services 2016 Energy Trek to Houston
IDEV Practicum Research: Wetlands Conservation
A group of students in the International Development Program recently undertook field work on the dimensions of wetland livelihoods in the Negombo Lagoon in Sri Lanka as part of their capstone practicum project. Read More »
SAIS Europe Seminars
Soren Jessen-Petersen spoke about Syria, the Worst Humanitarian Crisis in our Generation. See Seminar Report »
Event Recap: Cambodian Congressman: Hun Many
Cambodian Congressman Hun Many joined Johns Hopkins SAIS to share his insights on the future of U.S.-Cambodia relations. View Video »
News: TPP Study
A new report on the economic effects of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, co-authored by Michael G. Plummer, director of SAIS Europe has been featured in The New York Times. Read More »
News: The War for Islam
Dean Vali Nasr has published an article for Foreign Policy on why sectarianism has become so important to the Middle East. Read More »
News: Prioritizing American Engagement
Shamila Chaudhary, senior advisor at Johns Hopkins SAIS offers three points of reference for the U.S. to focus on as it develops its policies towards South Asia, with an eye towards supporting India-Pakistan rapprochement. Read More »
News: Islamic State and WMD
How hard would it be for the IS to obtain what it needs for unconventional weapons? Professor John McLaughlin offers insight in his latest article for OZY. Read More »
News: Cuba-North Korea Trade Deal
U.S.-Korea Institute Researcher Curtis Melvin says the North Korean-Cuban trade agreement frees up scarce foreign exchange for other uses. Read More »
News: US Policy Toward Afghanistan
Adjunct Professor of Strategic Studies Seth Jones says the number of al-Qaida fighters in Afghanistan is higher than previously estimated. Read More »
News: Xi's January of Discontents
Foreign Policy Institute Director Carla P. Freeman says Chinese President Xi Jinping will address North Korea nuclear testing and economic restructuring in 2016. Read More »
News: The World Today
Professor Eliot Cohen joined National Review's Q&A Podcast to offer insight on the Iraq war, foreign policy, and U.S. military power. Read More »