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Foreign Affairs Under President Trump CNN Fareed Zakaria GPS 2/19/2017
Ohio, Where Muslim and Christian Refugees Form 'Impossible' Friendships The Atlantic 2/19/2017
Trump Aides Try to Reassure Europe, but Many Are Wary The New York Times 2/17/2017
Why the Iran Nuclear Deal Must Stand The New York Times 2/17/2017
Despite charges, Brazil's Lula eyes another run The Associated Press 2/17/2017

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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
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's Hildegunn Kyvik Nordås joined SAIS Europe for a conversation on India's economic and trade policies. Read More »
Message from Dean Vali Nasr on Federal Immigration Actions
Dean Nasr shares a message in response to the executive order on immigration and refugees. 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: Militant Organizations and Rebel Movements
Professor Sarah Parkinson has published an article on Discourse, Networks, and Structure in Militant Organizations. Read More »
News: Michael Flynn Resignation
Director of Strategic Studies Eliot Cohen writes on the future of President Trump’s foreign policy and the National Security Council in an article for The Atlantic. Read More »
News: Death in a Dynasty
In article for BBC News, US-Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins SAIS Visiting Scholar Michael Madden offers insight on what led to the demise of Kim Jong-nam. Read More »
News: The Future of NAFTA
Director of Canadian Studies Christopher Sands told Politico that a possible outcome of the February 13 meeting between President Trump and Prime Minister Trudeau is that the US may pursue separate deals with Canada and Mexico. Read More »