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2015 SAIS Commencement

SAIS celebrated its 71st Commencement on May 21 with graduates hailing from more than 60 countries. 


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2015 SAIS Europe Commencement

M.A.I.A., M.A., and M.I.P.P. graduates celebrated commencement wearing traditional Italian laurel wreaths with SAIS Europe Director Michael G. Plummer. 


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Commencement Day in Pictures

As the Class of 2015 celebrated graduation, we captured some of our favorite moments from the day. 


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Bosnia's Past and Its European Future

Madeleine Albright, former U.S. secretary of state delievered a keynote address on the 20th anniversary of the Dayton Peace Accords. 


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The New Henry A. Kissinger Institute for Global Affairs

JHU SAIS is pleased to announce the new Henry A. Kissinger Institute for Global Affairs to serve as a focal point for scholarship and public debate on international affairs and policy. 


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Global Policy Program (GPP)
SAIS has extended its degree programs with the launch of a new Master of Arts in Global Policy Program (GPP) for experienced professionals.

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SAIS Summer Programs
Join us this summer in Washington and experience international affairs. SAIS summer programs is an ideal opportunity to prepare for graduate-level work, learn another language and network with peers from a spectrum of industries. Apply today!

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2015 SAIS Commencement
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Commencement Day in Pictures
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Bosnia's Past and Its European Future
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The New Henry A. Kissinger Institute for Global Affairs
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News: The War Against ISIS
Dean Nasr joined NPR's Weekend Edition to offer perspective on the U.S.'s strategy toward ISIS. ​ Read More »
Watch the Video Series
The “Voices of SAIS” video series is a collection of individual stories that explores the diverse backgrounds of SAIS’s student body. View Series »
News: Nepal Earthquake Aftermath
SAIS-International Reporting Project (IRP) Fellow, Amie Ferris-Rotman, reports on grim post-earthquake conditions for pregnant women and newborns in Nepal. Read More »
Report: Connecting South Asia and Southeast Asia
Mike Plummer, director of SAIS Europe has co-authored a study with the Asian Development Bank and the ADB Institute on emerging economic ties between South and Southeast Asia. ​ Read More »
News: The Future of Food
Dr. Robert Thompson, visiting scholar at SAIS offers insight on the use of genetic engineering to enhance the nutritional content of staple foods. Read More »
News: Canada's Lessons from UK Politics
In his latest op-ed for Huffington Post, Christopher Sands, director of the Center for Canadian Studies at SAIS writes about how the U.K.’s recent election results are lessons for Canadian politics. Read More »
News: Xi Jinping’s High-Risk Policy
David M. Lampton, director of SAIS-China Studies writes about how China’s president Xi Jinping has a dominant role in foreign policy, but lacks on decision-making. Read More »
SAIS Europe Seminars
Andrew Hurrell spoke about Brazil, the BRICS and the Changing Global Order See Seminar Report »
Op-Ed: The Balkans, Interrupted
In an article for Foreign Affairs, Edward P. Joseph, Conflict Management professor and senior fellow at CTR-SAIS writes about how the Balkans once again stand on the precipice of instability. Read More »
HNC Career Trek
HNC students visit internet giant Baidu on the 2015 Beijing Career Trek. Read More »
News: The Arab Battle for U.S. Skies
Afshin Molavi, senior fellow at FPI-SAIS writes about how Arabian Peninsula air hubs have reshaped global commercial aviation. Read More »
IDEV Practicum Presentations
During the 2014-5 academic year, 22 second year students completed the IDEV Practicum with clients from Asia and Latin America. Learn More »
News: Al-Qaeda Documents on 26/11 Attacks
Walter Andersen, Administrative Director of the SAIS South Asia Studies Program comments on Osama Bin Laden’s declassified documents referencing the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai, India. Read More »