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North Korean submarine missile threat prompts U.S.-led military drills The New York Times 12/11/2017
U.S. officials, lawmakers warn more cyberattacks coming Voice of America 12/11/2017
U.S. can no longer compel China to do its bidding Financial Review 12/10/2017
Saudi Aramco plans for a life after oil The Financial Times 12/10/2017
North Koreans get smartphones, and the regime keeps tabs The Wall Street Journal 12/6/2017

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Events Recap
Visit ‘The Recap’ for summaries, videos, and photos of our world-class events. Read More »
SAIS Europe Seminars
The Johns Hopkins SAIS Global Risk program hosted a discussion on “Financial Risk and Expanding Public Debt” at SAIS Europe. Read More »
Johns Hopkins SAIS Snapshot
Students joined Dean Vali Nasr for an informal talk on global politics, community outreach, and potential career paths after graduation, as well as other topics. Read More »
News: The Future of the State Department
Director of Strategic Studies Eliot A. Cohen joined NPR to discuss the future of the U.S. State Department. Read More »
News: North Korea
Associate Director of Strategic Studies Mara Karlin was quoted in The Washington Examiner on U.S. defense amid rising tensions with North Korea. Read More »
News: Russian Facebook Ads
Professor of Strategic Studies Thomas Rid commented in The Baltimore Sun on Russian-linked ads targeting Facebook users in Maryland. Read More »
News: Saudi Arabia
Dean Vali Nasr spoke to The Wall Street Journal about Saudi Arabia’s influence in the Middle East and relations with the U.S.  Read More »
News: Climate Change in New Zealand
Assistant Professor of International Relations Nina Hall wrote about a New Zealand proposal to create humanitarian visas for climate refugees. Read More »