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People to People Exchange in US-China Relations

The SAIS China Studies Program, Project Pengyou, and the Committee of 100 co-hosted a speakers forum on June 21 exploring the historical, social, and political backdrop of Sino-American relations, as well as current issues seen from Washington today. 

 


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Jakarta: Reception With U.S. Ambassador Robert Blake ’84 and Dean Vali Nasr

SAIS newly accepted students and alumni joined U.S. Ambassador Robert Blake ’84 and Dean Vali Nasr for a reception on June 22. 


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Crisis in Yemen
 Middle East experts joined SAIS on June 9 to offer insight on the international community’s strategy for engagement in Yemen and what needs to be done to pave the way for sustainable peace. ​

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Merrill Center Teachers' Workshop

The Philip Merrill Center for Strategic Studies at SAIS hosted its annual Teachers’ Workshop designed to help prepare faculty who are new to the national security or strategic studies field. 


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SAIS China-Africa Research Initiative (CARI)

With the support of three new grants, CARI is advancing its efforts to build an enhanced, deep, and accurate understanding of China’s involvement in Africa. 


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People to People Exchange in US-China Relations
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Jakarta: Reception With U.S. Ambassador Robert Blake ’84 and Dean Vali Nasr
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Crisis in Yemen
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Merrill Center Teachers' Workshop
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