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Iran Nuclear Deal: Trump Drive to Ax Pact May Alienate Allies NBC News 9/16/2017
Rise of the Redback: Internationalizing the Chinese Renminbi The Diplomat 9/16/2017
It’s Time For a New Syria Peace Process Foreign Policy 9/15/2017
North Korea's Nuke Test May Have Been Twice as Strong as Thought Bloomberg 9/13/2017
The South Asian Vortex The American Interest 9/13/2017

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Events Blog
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Faculty Awards: Heinz Eulau Prize
Senior Lecturer of International Studies and Political Science Matthew Kocher is the recipient of the Heinz Eulau prize, awarded annually by the American Political Science Association (APSA). 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: Education in Turkey
Assistant Professor of International Relations and European Studies Lisel Hintz commented on the new public school curriculum in Turkey. Read More »
News: President Trump's Generals
Distinguished Practitioner-in-Residence John McLaughlin is cited on the number of military officials in the Trump administration. Read More »
News: Germany's Pro-Refugee Policies
Director of European and Eurasian Studies Erik Jones commented on demonstrations against the German chancellor’s pro-refugee policies. Read More »
News: Sanctioning North Korea
Distinguished Practitioner-in-Residence Adam J. Szubin commented on the U.S. imposing economic sanctions on North Korea. Read More »
News: DACA
Latin American Studies Adjunct Lecturer Clifford Young wrote about the Trump administration’s action on DACA and the debate over immigration. Read More »