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Hopkins-Nanjing Center

The Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies (HNC) opened in 1986 as a one-of-a-kind educational collaboration between The Johns Hopkins University and Nanjing University.

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Prepared for leadership by their SAIS education and committed to serve, SAIS graduates are finding innovative and successful solutions to critical global issues.

    SAIS students combine the study of international economics with key policy areas of global concern that span the world's pivotal regions. Our students are innovative thinkers and problem solvers, and leave well equipped to deal with global challenges.
    The African Studies Program offers an extensive curriculum covering development, governance and security across the continent. We draw on leading theories of international politics, political economy and comparative analysis in approaching this dynamic region.  The Program offers strong foundations in the history and politics of the region, with a consistent focus on current policy concerns and emerging issues in Africa. Courses address general themes as well as particular countries, regions and specialized topics.With an incomparable location in Washington DC, our students engage with a global array of leading academics, policymakers, activists and development practitioners. Through opportunities for independent research, internships and study visits, students regularly travel to the region. Graduates pursue successful careers in the private sector, international development institutions, non-governmental organizations, government and the policy world. Please join us at our...
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    The American Foreign Policy Program prepares students to understand the history (particularly from the Spanish-American War to the present), culture (ideas, premises and perspectives), process and politics of America’s foreign relations and contemporary issues of American foreign policy.
    The Arabic program is designed to enable students of international affairs to pursue successful careers in the Foreign Service or other governmental, private or international agencies, or in fields such as journalism, business, finance, and education.
    The initiative serves as a platform for high-level academic research and policy discussion that engages major economic and political issues relating to the processes of globalization, incl. international trade, finance, labor, technology, and governance.
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    Burmese is one of four Southeast Asian languages offered at SAIS. It is offered at levels based on students' needs and demands.
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