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Iran Nuclear Deal: Trump Drive to Ax Pact May Alienate Allies NBC News 9/16/2017
Rise of the Redback: Internationalizing the Chinese Renminbi The Diplomat 9/16/2017
It’s Time For a New Syria Peace Process Foreign Policy 9/15/2017
North Korea's Nuke Test May Have Been Twice as Strong as Thought Bloomberg 9/13/2017
The South Asian Vortex The American Interest 9/13/2017

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Events Blog
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Faculty Awards: Heinz Eulau Prize
Senior Lecturer of International Studies and Political Science Matthew Kocher is the recipient of the Heinz Eulau prize, awarded annually by the American Political Science Association (APSA). Read More »
Student Profiles: Johns Hopkins SAIS Snapshot Blog
Read about the diverse backgrounds and latest accomplishments of the Johns Hopkins SAIS community. Learn More »
News: North Korea and the UN
In an interview with CNN, Dean Vali Nasr warns that expelling North Korea from the UN could have drawbacks. Read More »
News: Erdogan's Turkey
Professor Lisel Hintz was interviewed on what lies ahead for the future of Turkey under President Erdogan. Read More »
News: Defeating ISIS
Acting tough with Iran could prove more costly than productive, writes Hal Brands for Bloomberg View. Read More »
News: LNG Exports
With its deep natural gas reserves, extensive coast line, and relative proximity to Asian markets, Canada should be naturally positioned to become a leader in the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) trade, writes Professor Christopher Sands. Read More »
News: Secretary Tillerson
Professor Eliot Cohen joined NPR’s Morning Edition to discuss Secretary of State Tillerson and the Trump administration.   Read More »