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Visit ‘The Recap’ for summaries, videos, and photos of our world-class events. Read More »
SAIS Europe Seminars
Miguel Poiares Maduro spoke about Europe in Crisis: Reasons and Solutions. See Seminar Report »
Early Surges of a Cultural Nationalistic Flood Tide in Myanmar?
Southeast Asia Studies Visiting Scholar David I. Steinberg wrote about social and cultural changes in Myanmar. Read More »
Brexit and What It Means for US-UK Ties
Professor John Harper says that Brexit is quite a historic moment in a negative sense for American foreign policy. Read More »
News: Professor Receives William Oliver Baker Award
Professor John McLaughlin was honored with the 32nd William Oliver Baker Award on June 10 for his sustained contributions and exemplary service to intelligence and national security affairs. Read More »
News: Understanding China-Africa Relations
Research Manager at the China-Africa Research Initiative (CARI), Janet Eom, was interviewed on China’s economic activities in Africa and relations between the two countries. Read More »
News: Professor Wins 2016 GESIS Klingemann Prize
Professor Pavithra Suryanarayan has been award the 2016 GESIS Klingemann Prize for co-authoring the scholarly paper, “When Do the Rich Vote Less Than the Poor and Why?Explaining Turnout Inequality Across the World”. Read More »
News: US Policy on Syria After Obama
The American population is not seized with the issue of Syria, it’s seized with the issue of the Islamic State, Professor Daniel Serwer tells Voice of America. Read More »