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New Student Orientation

Johns Hopkins SAIS welcomes its new and returning students during Orientation from August 27-28. Learn how you can become a member of next year's incoming class. 


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Indonesia Study Trip

The International Law and Organizations Program (ILAW) organized an academic study trip to Indonesia earlier this month to examine palm oil production, including how environmental and human impacts are managed and the relationship between palm oil and economic development in Indonesia.  


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SAIS Magazine

Johns Hopkins SAIS has published its inaugural issue of SAIS Magazine highlighting news about the SAIS community. The first edition will feature the latest happenings at SAIS, reflections from alumni, recently published books from faculty, and more.  


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Bloomberg Distinguished Professor

Jessica Fanzo has been selected as the first Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor, joining Johns Hopkins SAIS and the Berman Institute of Bioethics to help lead the university's collaborative efforts in ethics, global food, and agricultural policy. 


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News: Fight Against ISIS
Dean Vali Nasr joined MSNBC’s Morning Joe to weigh in on the fight against ISIS and the U.S. contribution. 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: Global Markets
David M. Lampton, director of China Studies at Johns Hopkins SAIS appeared on PBS Newshour to offer insight on the recent global market volatility. Read More »
News: China and Iran
Afshin Molavi, a fellow at the Johns Hopkins SAIS Foreign Policy Institute appeared on CCTV America’s “The Heat” to discuss U.S. - China relations and the Iran nuclear deal. Read More »
News: Yuan Devaluation
Deborah Brautigam, director of Johns Hopkins SAIS China Africa Research Initiative has written an op-ed for CNN on what China’s shock yuan devaluation means for Africa. Read More »
News: From Ballet to International Affairs
Jeffrey Golladay left a 20-year ballet career to get his undergrad degree. This fall, he will be continuing his education at Johns Hopkins SAIS. Read More »
SAIS Europe Seminars
Fiona Macaulay spoke about Policy Transfer in Public Security Policies in Latin America: the Good, the Bad and the Irrelevant. See Seminar Report »
News: North Korea Nuclear Deal
Joel Wit, senior fellow at the U.S. Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins SAIS writes about the best wrong way to implement a nuclear deal. Read More »
News: Myanmar and North Korea
David I. Steinberg, visiting scholar at Johns Hopkins SAIS offers insight on why Myanmar and North Korea are keeping their own time zones. Read More »
News: American Power
Ruth Wedgwood, professor of International Law and Diplomacy, spoke to The National Interest about the purpose of American Power. Read More »
News: Anne Krueger
Financial Times Magazine has published a profile story on Professor Anne Krueger, former deputy managing director of the IMF and ex-chief economist of the World Bank. Read More »
News: Death of Mullah Omar
Daniel Markey, academic director of the Global Policy Program at Johns Hopkins SAIS offers perspective on what Mullah Omar's death means for the Afghan peace talks and U.S.-Pakistan relations. Watch Video Segment »
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 »
Reboot Trek
SAIS students visit social impact firm, Reboot, during the Conflict Management New York City Spring Career Trek, 2015