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    Johns Hopkins SAIS will celebrate its commencement on May 25 at D.A.R. Constitution Hall. Read More

  • A Conversation with Dr. Condoleezza Rice
  • The Future of Liberalism in Europe
  • A Sustainable Future

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How Hassan Rouhani Won in Iran The Atlantic 5/22/2017
Discomfort sensed in Washington, particularly among civil service CNBC 5/19/2017
Could trade in solar panels be fairer? Yes. It might also cost US jobs. The Christian Science Monitor 5/19/2017
We have to have a president who knows better CNN 5/18/2017
The Rudderless Ship of State The Atlantic 2/14/2017
The Terrible Cost of Trump's Disclosures The Atlantic 5/15/2017

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Events Blog
Visit ‘The Recap’ for summaries, videos, and photos of our world-class events. Read More »
SAIS Europe Seminar Series
Johns Hopkins SAIS faculty John L. Harper, Erik Jones and Matthias Matthijs discussed “Beyond Gaullism and Socialism? What to Expect from France's Presidential Elections” at SAIS Europe on April 20. Read More »
Student Profiles: Johns Hopkins SAIS Snapshot Blog
Read about the diverse backgrounds and latest accomplishments of the Johns Hopkins SAIS community. Learn More »
Book Reviews: Globalization
Professor Michael Mandelbaum has written a review of two books on globalization for The American Interest. Read More »
News: US Policy in Asia
Dean Vali Nasr speaks to CNBC about the lack of US ambassadors in China, South Korea and Japan as tensions with North Korea rise. Read More »
News: Syria Conflict
Professor Sarah Parkinson offers insight on the Syrian conflict’s complex causes—and long-term impact. Read More »
News: US-China Trade Relations
Hopkins-Nanjing Center Professor Joe Renouard writes on Sino-American trade relations in an article for The Diplomat. Read More »
News: American Internationalism
Is American Internationalism Dead? Professor Hal Brands weighs in via War on the Rocks. Read More »