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New Study on Climate and Wildfire Risk

“Fueling Resilience: Climate and Wildfire Risk in the United States,” - a student-authored report released by Swiss Re and Johns Hopkins SAIS, examines public financing for wildfires and the role that risk-transfer tools can play in enhancing the resilience of state budgets.

Global Policy Program

Johns Hopkins SAIS welcomed the first cohort of students in the new Global Policy Program during its international policy residency from September 10-12. 

Johns Hopkins Ranked No. 10 by 'U.S. News'

Johns Hopkins University has climbed to 10th place in U.S. News & World Report's ranking of National Universities. 

US Foreign Policy towards the Middle East
Ambassador Anne Patterson, assistant secretary of state for near eastern affairs engages Johns Hopkins SAIS faculty, staff, and students in a discussion on US Foreign Policy towards the Middle East. View the calendar for upcoming events.

New Study on Climate and Wildfire Risk
Global Policy Program
Johns Hopkins Ranked No. 10 by 'U.S. News'
US Foreign Policy towards the Middle East
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News: Russian Intervention in Syria
"Russia’s daring intervention in Syria is not just a rude shock for Washington, but could also be a strategic game-changer for the Middle East," writes Dean Vali Nasr in an op-ed for Politico Magazine. Read More »
Hopkins-Nanjing Center (HNC)
Learn more about The Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies (HNC) featured in Foreign Policy. View the Full Multimedia Story »
News: Europe's Digital Realm
Günther Oettinger, the European Commissioner for digital economy and society says European digital regulatory plans are not protectionist, during a discussion at Johns Hopkins SAIS. Read More »
News: Putin and Obama Go Head-to-Head
Edward P. Joseph, senior fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations examines why the US should not accept Russia's plan in Syria in his latest article for Foreign Affairs. Read More »
SAIS Europe Seminars
Anne Deighton spoke about Defining National Interest in a Century of Global Decline: British Foreign Policy-making in the 20th Century. See Seminar Report »
News: The Great Game Comes to Syria
John McLaughlin, distinguished practitioner-in-residence at the Philip Merrill Center for Strategic Studies writes about Russia’s military intervention in Syria in his latest article for OZY. Read More »
News: US Response to Refugee Crisis
Can the US manage taking in 85,000 refugees? Daniel Serwer, senior research professor of Conflict Management joined MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports to discuss.
Career Services
SAIS students attend an employer presentation by the UN Secretariat in September, 2015
News: US-China Relations
David M. Lampton, director of China Studies at Johns Hopkins SAIS has written an op-ed on the status of the US-China relations and what both sides can do to strengthen their ties. Read More »
News: Puerto Rico's Economic Crisis
Anne Krueger, senior research professor of International Economics offers perspective on Puerto Rico’s economic crisis. Read More »
News: Germany's Syrian Refugee Stance
John Harper, professor of American Foreign Policy says Germany's decision to welcome Syrian refugees echoes back to when West Germany opened its arms - and tax coffers - to integrate the former GDR. Read More »
News: Implementing SDGs
Seth D. Kaplan, professional lecturer at Johns Hopkins SAIS examines the hurdles to implementing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Read More »
Watch the Video Series
The “Voices of SAIS” video series is a collection of individual stories that explores the diverse backgrounds of Johns Hopkins SAIS’ student body. View Series »
News: India-Pakistan Relations
Touqir Hussain, adjunct professor and senior visiting fellow at Johns Hopkins SAIS has co-written an article on relations between India and Pakistan for Foreign Policy’s South Asia Channel. Read More »