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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: Rome's 5-Star Mayor
Professor Erik Jones speaks to the Associated Press about Rome’s new mayor Virginia Raggi and what her less-than-stellar reviews mean for Italy’s 5-Star Movement. Read More »
Guide to Graduate Education
Take a look at The Washington Post’s Graduate Guide featuring Johns Hopkins SAIS. Read More »
Event: The China Challenge
On October 13, join us for a conversation with former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Thomas J. Christensen, who will share insights on China as a rising power. RSVP »
News: The Refugee Crisis and Syria
Professor Daniel Serwer joined CCTV America to discuss the Syrian refugee crisis and the UNGA’s response to it. Read More »
News: Terrorism in China
The nature of terrorism in China is changing, and so is Beijing’s response, writes CTR-SAIS Fellow Christina Lin in an article for The Cipher Brief. Read More »
News: Boko Haram's Decline
Research by the African Studies Program was cited to explain four key factors behind the decline of militant group Boko Haram. Read More »
News: UN Secretary General
Professor Ruth Wedgwood spoke to The Washington Post about the selection process for the secretary general of the United Nations. Read More »