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North Korean submarine missile threat prompts U.S.-led military drills The New York Times 12/11/2017
U.S. officials, lawmakers warn more cyberattacks coming Voice of America 12/11/2017
U.S. can no longer compel China to do its bidding Financial Review 12/10/2017
Saudi Aramco plans for a life after oil The Financial Times 12/10/2017
North Koreans get smartphones, and the regime keeps tabs The Wall Street Journal 12/6/2017

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Events Recap
Visit ‘The Recap’ for summaries, videos, and photos of our world-class events. Read More »
SAIS Europe Seminars
Elias Papaioannou, London Business School, UK, joined SAIS Europe for a conversation on “Historical Legacies and Contemporary African Development.” Read More »
Johns Hopkins SAIS Snapshot
The school's new Director of Admissions in Washington, DC Karen Ohen shares what she is looking forward to in her new role.  Read More »
News: The Future of the Germany's SPD
In an article for Foreign Policy, Professors Erik Jones and Matthias Matthijs write on the fate of the Social Democratic Party of Germany and the future of Europe’s broader social democratic movement. Read More »
News: Role of U.S. Military
Associate Director of Strategic Studies Mara Karlin shared her views on the role of the U.S. military during a debate hosted by POLITICO, the Charles Koch Institute, and the Brookings Institution. Read More »
News: Cyberattacks
Johns Hopkins SAIS cybersecurity expert Thomas Rid told Voice of America that once disinformation is out there, even a concerted effort may not be able to do much in response. Read More »
News: Nuclear Weapons
Professor Thomas Keaney, Foreign Policy’s Best Defense guest columnist, wrote on the recent Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on nuclear weapons.  Read More »
News: Jerusalem Move
Director of Conflict Management Daniel Serwer was interviewed on ABC News about President Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Read More »