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    Johns Hopkins SAIS celebrated its commencement on May 19 at D.A.R. Constitution Hall, with keynote speaker Ambassador Wendy R. Sherman. Read More

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Visit ‘The Recap’ for summaries, videos, and photos of our world-class events. Read More »
SAIS Europe Seminars
Miguel Poiares Maduro spoke about Europe in Crisis: Reasons and Solutions. See Seminar Report »
Make the Most of Your Summer at Johns Hopkins SAIS
Advance your career in international relations by enrolling in the Summer Program today. Read More »
Max M. Fisher Prize for Excellence in Teaching
Mark White, associate practitioner-in-residence in the International Economics Program has been awarded the 2016 Max M. Fisher Prize for Excellence in Teaching. Read More »
News: U.S. Airstrike Against Taliban Leader
Professor Daniel Markey told The Washington Post that the Mansour airstrike “doesn’t mean the gloves come off in Pakistan, but it’s likely to serve an American purpose and may help Afghanistan survive the summer." Read More »
News: The Right Kind of G-7, and Why We Need It
Kent Calder, director of the Edwin O. Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies at Johns Hopkins SAIS writes on how the G7 Summit has both enhanced global growth and reduced geopolitical surprises and frictions among the core nations of Europe, Northeast A Read More »
News: America in a New World
Professor Michael Mandelbaum writes in an article for The American Interest on how the US faces a new phase of security competition following post-Cold War era. Read More »
News: US Lifting of Vietnam Embargo
Bill Wise, associate director of the Southeast Asia Studies Program notes that the lifting of the embargo comes at a critical time for Vietnam. Read More »