SAIS partnered with the Middle East Institute and New America to host a conference on past attempts at national reconciliation in Iraq and its future prospects, and the domestic and regional drivers of conflict resolution processes in Syria.
A panel of economic experts shared insights on "Regional Perspectives on Aid for Trade," a new book published by Michael G. Plummer, director and Eni professor of International Economics, SAIS Europe.
Minister Falah Mustafa Bakir, head of the Department of Foreign Relations of Kurdistan's regional government discussed Kurdistan's foreign policy and relations with the international community.
Ambassador Robert King, special envoy for North Korean Human Rights Issues at the US State Department; Greg Scarlatoiu, executive director at the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea; and Daniel Aum, Donald Wilson Fellow at the RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights discussed this topic.
Kevin Kinsella, SAIS alumnus and founder of Avalon Ventures, shared insights from his career in venture capitalism.
SAIS has extended its degree programs with the launch of a new Master of Arts in Global Policy Program (GPP) for experienced professionals.
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.
The Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies (HNC) opened in 1986 as a one-of-a-kind educational collaboration.
Dean Vali Nasr spoke with MSNBC's Ronan Farrow about the U.S.-Pakistan counterterrorism alliance in light of the Peshawar school attack. Read More »
Lisa Mensah ‘85 has been confirmed as the new Under Secretary of USDA Rural Development. Read More »
Joel Wit, founder of SAIS USKI's 38 North offers insight on the U.S.-North Korea relationship following North Korea’s apparent hand in the hacking of the Sony Corporation. Read More »
SAIS Perspectives - a student-run publication of SAIS' International Development Program hosted a photo exhibit to celebrate the launch of its new online magazine and blog. Photo credit: Jennifer Majer Read More »
John McLaughlin, SAIS Strategic Studies scholar and former C.I.A. director, appeared on C-SPAN's Washington Journal to offer insight on the Senate C.I.A. Interrogation Report. Watch Video »
Piero Gleijeses, SAIS scholar of Cuban foreign policy offers perspective on historic shift in U.S.-Cuba relations. Read More »
Jeffrey Raider, SAIS '04, talks about co-founding startups, Warby Parker and Harry's. Read More »
Kent Calder, director of the Edwin O. Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies at SAIS was a panelist on BS Fuji TV's "Prime News" program analyzing the results of the Japanese election and how they are perceived in America. Read More »
Benedicta Marzinotto spoke about new trends in European macroeconomic governance. See Seminar Report »
Join the SAIS community! Apply today for an M.A., M.I.E.F, M.A.I.A or Diploma in International Studies. The application deadline is January 7. Learn More »
SAIS students Jeff Bond and Mark Maples at Morgan Stanley during a Career Trek to NYC.
Learn more about the flexible Master of International Public Policy and Master of Arts in Global Policy Program designed for experienced professionals. Click Here »
MIEF candidates learned about the challenges facing the global economy while attending the WBG/IMF Annual Meetings between classes. Learn More About MIEF »
SAIS relationships extend beyond the classroom! The SAIS Outdoors Collective held an overnight camping trip at the Elizabeth Furnace Recreational Area in Fort Valley, VA.
The Hopkins-Nanjing Center is excited to announce several new fellowship opportunities for students applying to attend the HNC in fall 2015. Read More »