Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt spoke on “Technology as a Spark for Growth” at the annual Rostov Lecture on International Affairs.
About half of our students spend their first year at SAIS Europe in Bologna, Italy, getting exposed to contrasting European and U.S. perspectives on global issues.
Explore the world of international relations this summer in Washington or Nanjing at a SAIS summer program.
Bestselling author and SAIS professor David Lampton tells the insider story of China’s political elite in their own words.
Dean Vali Nasr writes in his latest New York Times column that the U.S. must assuage Saudi Arabia’s anxiety over nuclear talks with Iran. “A good first step would be to bring Saudi Arabia and Iran to the same table to resolve the Syrian crisis.” Read More »
“Stalemate to Victory”- Students plan Strategic Studies’ upcoming educational staff ride to France focusing on WWI. Learn More About the Strategic Studies Program »
Our annual publication, SAISPHERE, recently released on Emerging Markets on the World Stage. Read More »
Emerging mega-regional trading accords such as the TPP have the potential to transform not only the Asia-Pacific but also the global marketplace. Recent work by Michael Plummer sheds light on the potential economic effects on the U.S. & other countries. Learn More »
Experts from SAIS, Johns Hopkins Water Institute, USAID, The World Bank and other organizations discuss innovation and investment in water, focusing on Indonesia and Ethiopia—countries with severe water challenges. Learn More »
OECD's William Hynes spoke on how the international community can support green growth in developing countries. Read More »
Throwback: Students at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center celebrate their first graduating class in 1987. Learn More About HNC's History »
Student government held an appreciation lunch for Associate Dean for Student Affairs Bonnie Wilson to thank her for her years of service at SAIS.
Get a taste of life at SAIS Europe in Bologna, Italy, from M.A.-M.B.A. student Matthew Broderick.
Check out the winners of the fourth annual "Show Your SAIS Pride" photo contest. View the contestants »
SAIS students and staff volunteered together at a Habitat for Humanity Team Build Day. Learn More about Habitat for Humanity D.C. »
Hopkins-Nanjing Center alumni gathered for a Chinese New Year dim sum celebration for ‘Year of the Horse’ in New York City.
Student government welcomed first-year SAISers over board games and Mexican food.
Students enjoy the beginning of the semester by having fun in the snowy Hopkins-Nanjing Center courtyard. Read More »