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China Studies Review is a publication of the China Studies Program at Johns Hopkins SAIS. The Review publishes interdisciplinary work by graduate students conducting research on China, including history, political science, economics, policy, and area studies projects.

See the official China Studies Review website here.

The Chinese program offers language training with an emphasis on international studies. Chinese classes are offered at every level, from novice to advanced-high. The program also guides students in developing advanced Chinese language skills which they may need in pursuit of other academic and professional interests.

The Society is named in honor of Johns Hopkins SAIS Co-Founder and former US Secretary of State, Christian A. Herter. Herter Society members are invited to special school events throughout the year.

The Johns Hopkins SAIS 2019 Commencement Ceremony will take place at DAR Constitution Hall on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at 11 a.m.

The Office of Communications serves as the school's primary contact to the media, manages special events publicity and logistics, oversees social media, develops Web and new media content, and produces publications.

The Conflict Management Program focuses on mechanisms for handling international conflict, both between and within states, and developing cooperation. 

The Cost of Attendance information is available for all degrees at SAIS.

Cultural Conversations, an innovative program directed by Azar Nafisi, launched in 2009 and serves as a stimulating forum for US and international scholars. We provide an alternative and autonomous space, independent of a specific political agenda, through a lecture series, educational workshops, graduate level courses and a regular newsletter.