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John Lipsky Says World Growth Has Been Too Slow Bloomberg 4/20/2017
How to Defuse the Crisis With North Korea New York Times 4/19/2017
Why the Russians Aren’t Likely to Break With Assad The Atlantic 4/11/2017
Syria Will Not Survive Conflict Between Russia And The United States The Huffington Post 4/14/2017 
Iran’s Next Supreme Leader: The Islamic Republic After Khamenei Foreign Affairs 4/9/2017 

 

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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
Sir Hew Strachan of University of St. Andrews, U.K. discussed Strategy: Theory and Practice at SAIS Europe on March 13. 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 »
News: US Interests in Syria
In an article for OZY, Professor John McLaughlin addresses questions about America’s interests in Syria. Read More »
News: Syria Proxy War
Johns Hopkins SAIS Foreign Policy Institute Fellow Abbas Kadhim tells The Huffington Post that a proxy war between the US and Russia will leave Syria in shambles. Read More »
News: Impeachment of South Korea's President
Lecturer of Korea Studies Eunjung Lim offers perspective on South Korea’s priority after the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye. Read More »
News: World Politics
Dean Vali Nasr joined CNN’s State of the Union with Jake Tapper to offer insight on the US' foreign policy challenges. Read More »
News: North Korea
In an op-ed for The New York Times, Senior Fellow at the Johns Hopkins SAIS US-Korea Institute Joel Wit writes on how to defuse a crisis with North Korea. Read More »