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Intrigue in the campaign to select the next secretary general of the United Nations The Washington Post 9/21/2016
Preparing for North Korea's Inevitable Collapse Bloomberg 9/20/2016 
How to decide whether (and when) to call it terrorism The Washington Post 9/19/2016
Less than stellar reviews for Rome's 5-Star neophyte mayor The Associated Press 9/19/2016
A Russian-Iranian Axis The New York Times 9/16/2016
How the Next President Can Stop North Korea The New York Times 9/13/2016

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SAIS Europe in the News: Why Obama is Still Trying to Pass the TPP
A New Yorker article on the political antipathy surrounding the Trans-Pacific Partnership cites a 2015 report by SAIS Europe Director Michael Plummer. Read More »
News: US Diversity in China
Hopkins-Nanjing Center student Jeffrey Wood spoke to NPR’s Weekend Edition about his experience studying in China as a student from an underrepresented group. Read More »
Event: Cybersecurity & Internet Policy
On September 28, join us for a conversation on Cybersecurity and Internet Policy with R. David Edelman of the National Economic Council. RSVP »
News: How the Next President Can Stop North Korea
In an op-ed for The New York Times, USKI-SAIS Senior Fellow Joel Wit asserts that to solve North Korea’s nuclear issue, the US needs to take leadership and new diplomatic initiatives. Read More »
News: A Russian-Iranian Axis
Dean Vali Nasr has published an op-ed in The New York Times on the rapidly forming Russian-Iranian military bond, and the threat it is posing to Mideast stability. Read More »
News: New York City Bombing
Professor Daniel Serwer spoke to The Washington Post about when and how the "terrorism" label can — and should — be applied. Read More »
News: Saudi Arabia Post-Obama
Professor Sanam Vakil spoke to The Hill about the forecast for US-Saudi relations after President Obama leaves office. Read More »