Press Room

Contact Our Staff

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.

Nidhi Sinha
Director of Communications & Marketing
202.663.5647 fax

Francesca DiMarco
Communications Manager
202.663.5647 fax

Our Location
SAIS Office of Communications
1740 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036

VideoLink TV Studio at SAIS

SAIS offers a live broadcast studio at its Washington, D.C., campus. Television journalists can interview our faculty remotely from the studio without requiring a crew on site or the expert to travel to the network. Click here for details and to reserve the studio.

Follow Us on Social Media

Connect with SAIS on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram, Flickr and iTunes.

Media Guide to Experts

The "SAIS Guide to Experts in International Affairs" serves as a resource for the media and the foreign policy community. We hope that you will call on our SAIS faculty and scholars for comment or background information.

Online Directory

PDF of Printed Guide

Events at SAIS

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Coverage of Past Events

To access audio podcasts and/or on-demand video of select events held at school's three campuses, click here.

Quick Facts

Press Releases

SAIS on Social

SAIS now has a presence on several social media sites and services. Stay up to date with what is taking place at the school and connect with friends, students, faculty, staff and alumni.
 Facebook - Become a fan of SAIS on Facebook and follow what is happening at the school. Learn more about SAIS and engage with our community.

 Twitter - Our Twitter feed is your source for the latest news and events from SAIS as well as highlights of faculty books, op-eds and media appearances.

 LinkedIn - Network with SAIS alumni and stay in touch with the SAIS Career Services team.

 iTunes - Subscribe to the iTunes podcast and gain access to audio recordings of SAIS events.

 YouTube - View SAIS videos on the school’s YouTube channel.

 Instagram – See SAIS brought to life through photos.

  Flickr – Follow happenings at SAIS through our photo streams.

SAIS in the News

  1. July 24, 2014 | Energy

    Christopher Sands, a professorial lecturer in the Canadian Studies Program, wrote an article for Energy titled, “Abundant Demand - How Can Public Policy Help Keep Energy Affordable?”
  2. July 21, 2014 | Tehran Times

    David Lampton, director of the China Studies Program, was interviewed in an article for Tehran Times titled, “Armed Conflict Between China and US is Possible: China Expert.”
  3. July 21, 2014 | The American Interest

    Svante Cornell, director of the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute at SAIS, wrote an article for The American Interest titled, “No More Frozen Conflicts.” 
  1. July 19, 2014 | Delo

    Erik Jones, Director of European and Eurasian Studies and Professor of European Studies; Director of the Bologna Institute for Policy Research, is interviewed by Delo in an article entitled, "Politicians have a responsibility to smooth the rough edges of capitalism (In Slovene)."
  2. June 30, 2014 | Affarinternazionali

    Marco Gestri, Adjunct Professor of International Law, wrote an article for Affarinternazionali entitled, "Tajani-Governo, l'ennesimo pasticcio italiano (in Italian)."
  3. June 24, 2014 | Radio Radicale

    David C. Unger, Adjunct Professor of American Foreign Policy, is interviewed by Radio Radicale :, "Intervista a David Unger sulla crisi in Iraq (in Italian)."
  1. May 9, 2013 |

    Jacob Kurien, professor of international economics at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center, and Bernard Geoxavier, a SAIS M.A. graduate, wrote an op-ed for the titled “A Roadmap for RMB Internatialization: Navigating the Economic and Political Challenges to the Rise of China’s Currency.”
  2. October 25, 2012 | Global Times

    The Hopkins-Nanjing Center was mentioned in a Global Times article titled, “American ‘China Hands.’”


The SAIS Brochure
The SAIS brochure provides a look into the school, its academic programs, faculty and student life.
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SAISPHERE is published annually for the alumni and friends of SAIS. The magazine, typically distributed in December, features articles about current issues in international affairs, alumni class notes as well as happenings at the school's campuses in Washington, Bologna and Nanjing.
Current issue: SAISPHERE 2013-2014
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SAIS ReportsSAIS Reports
SAIS Reports, a newsletter published bimonthly from September through May, highlights new faculty, research institutes, academic programs, student and alumni accomplishments as well as major events at the school. In addition, a calendar of upcoming events in Washington, D.C. is provided.
Download the April-May 2013 Issue [PDF]
SAIS Reports Archive
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SAIS Guide to Experts in International Affairs
SAIS Guide to Experts in International Affairs, published every two years, is a reference for the media to "who's who" on the school's resident teaching staff and at the Foreign Policy Institute.
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SAIS Europe Catalog 2014-2015SAIS Europe Catalog 2014-2015 
Overview of SAIS Europe's academic programs and admissions process.
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Rivista is published periodically by SAIS Europe at Bologna. This issue is being distributed exclusively as a digital publication.
Current issue: RIVISTA 2013 
RIVISTA Archive 

SAIS Alumni NewsSAIS Alumni News
The SAIS Office of Development and Alumni Relations produces this e-newsletter for SAIS alumni and friends.
Current Issue

SAIS ObserverSAIS Observer
SAIS Observer is the student newspaper of SAIS.
Click here to access the SAIS Observer website

Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst
Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst is a biweekly online journal devoted to analysis of the current issues facing the Central Asia-Caucasus region. It serves to link the business, governmental, journalistic and scholarly communities and is the global voice of the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute and Silk Road Studies Program, a joint research and policy center affiliated with SAIS and the Institute for Security and Development Policy.
Click here to access the Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst website

Turkey Analyst
The Turkey Analyst, an online publication of the SAIS Central Asia-Caucasus Institute and Silk Road Studies Joint Center, is designed to bring authoritative analysis and news on the rapidly developing domestic and foreign policy issues in Turkey. It is published biweekly, and includes topical analysis, as well as a summary of the Turkish media debate.
Click here to access the Turkey Analyst website

SAIS Perspectives
SAIS Perspectives is an annual publication of the International Development Program at SAIS in Washington, D.C. The publication provides a forum for discussion of critical, cutting-edge topics with the goal of proposing innovative ways of thinking about the practice and policy of international development.
Click here to access the SAIS Perspectives website.

2008 - 2009 SAIS Catalog2008-2009 SAIS Catalog
Please note that SAIS will no longer publish the annual catalog as of the 2009-2010 academic year. The overview of the school's academic programs and admissions process can be found on this Web site.
SAIS Catalog Archive

Student Publications
SAIS ReviewSAIS Review
SAIS Review is dedicated to advancing the debate on leading contemporary issues of world affairs. Seeking to bring a fresh and policy-relevant perspective to global political, economics, and security questions, SAIS Review publishes essays that straddle the boundary between scholarly inquiry and practical experience. Contributors represent a wide range of backgrounds. A book review section is featured in every issue.
Click here to access the SAIS Review website

SAIS ObserverSAIS Observer
SAIS Observer is the student newspaper of SAIS.
Click here to access the SAIS Observer website

The Bologna Center Journal of International Affairs
The Bologna Center Journal of International Affairs is a student-run academic journal published annually in May. Founded in 1997, the journal has featured some of the most important names in the professional and academic world, as well as Ph.D. and master’s candidates from top institutions around the globe. The journal provides discerning readers a source for up-to-date views on issues related to international relations, politics, economics and finance.
Click here to access The Bologna Center Journal of International Affairs

SAIS Leadership