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Mike White, M.A., '76 and CEO of DIRECTV joined SAIS to share his insights on the complexities of today's emerging global business markets. 

Cornell Brooks at SAIS

Cornell William Brooks, president and CEO of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) joined SAIS on Wednesday, February 25 to offer perspective on civil rights in America. 

Global Policy Program (GPP)
SAIS has extended its degree programs with the launch of a new Master of Arts in Global Policy Program (GPP) for experienced professionals.

The Future of the Euro
Co-edited by Matthias Matthijs, assistant professor of International Political Economy at SAIS, a group of top economists examine the fundamental causes of the euro crisis, determine how it can be fixed, and consider what likely futures lie ahead for the currency.

SAIS Summer Programs
Join us this summer in Washington and experience international affairs. SAIS summer programs is an ideal opportunity to prepare for graduate-level work, learn another language and network with peers from a spectrum of industries. Apply today!

SAIS Europe
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.

A Unique Partnership in China
The Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies (HNC) opened in 1986 as a one-of-a-kind educational collaboration.

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Dean Nasr on PBS Newshour
Dean Vali Nasr joined PBS Newshour to offer insight on a U.S. - Iran nuclear deal. Read More »
SAIS Summer Programs
Join SAIS this summer in Washington, D.C and earn a certificate in International Studies or International Development. Or, learn a new language at the Summer Language Institute at SAIS. Click Here »
Bologna Center turns 60
Pier Carlo Padoan, Italian Minister of the Economy and Finances, delivered the keynote address at the special 60th anniversary celebration held at SAIS Europe in Bologna, Italy on Saturday 21 February 2015.
Alumni Spotlight: Keith Oberg
Keith Oberg '77, founder of Bikes for the World received the JHU Alumni Distinguished Alumnus award. Read More »
Op-Ed: What did Congress accomplish with Keystone vote?
Christopher Sands, senior research professor and director for the Center for Canadian Studies at SAIS has written a new op-ed on the vote-and-veto exchange over the Keystone XL pipeline. photo credit: Ray Bodden Read More »
Faculty Spotlight: I. William Zartman
I. William Zartman, professor emeritus of International Organization and Conflict Resolution has been named a CIGI Honouree for his distinguished contributions to global governance and conflict management. Read More »
The authors and editors of "Political and Constitutional Transitions in North Africa" shared insights on developments within the region. Read More »
Career Trek
Students from SAIS Washington, Europe & HNC visited Wells Fargo in Shanghai during the 2015 Asia Career Trek.
News: Subcommittee Hearing on the Trans-Pacific Partnership
Karl Jackson, director of the Asian Studies Program at SAIS testified during a subcommittee hearing on U.S. opportunities and challenges in the Asia-Pacific region. Read More »
SAIS Europe Seminars
Victor Ferreres Comella spoke about the Spanish Constitutional Court and the Catalan question See Seminar Report »
Op-Ed: Understanding Turkey's Tilt
Svante Cornell, director of SAIS' Central Asia-Caucasus Institute & Silk Road Studies Program says Turkey has become a less stable and reliable ally of the United States than it was during the Cold War. Photo: Jason Pearce/ cc Flickr Read More »