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Trump's travel ban: A political play to the president's base?  Foreign Policy Institute Senior Fellow Afshin Molavi on The Heat, CGTV
Military superiority: More than meets the eye, Associate Director of Strategic Studies Mara Karlin in War on the Rocks
Why U.S. elections are so vulnerable to Russian hacking, Distinguished Practitioner-in-Residence John McLaughlin in OZY
What a political alliance between two Iraq War-era militia leaders means for the U.S., Dean Vali Nasr on PBS Frontline
Second time's the charm for rocky Argentina-IMF relationship, Director of the Latin American Studies Program Monica de Bolle in The Hill


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Events Recap
Visit ‘The Recap’ for summaries, videos, and photos of our world-class events. Read More »
News: U.S.-Iran Relations
SAIS Europe Professor, Sanam Vakil, discussed the growing tensions in Iran as the US continues to pressure Tehran. Read More »
SAIS Snapshot
Visit ‘SAIS Snapshot’ to learn more about life at Johns Hopkins SAIS from profiles on the school's community to beyond the classroom learning experiences. Read More »
Mancur Olson Award
Assistant Professor of International Political Economy, Pavithra Suryanarayan, is the recipient of the 2018 Mancur Olson Award. Read More »
News: Libya
In an article for The National Interest, Adjunct Professor, Edward P. Joseph, argues that the key to achieving political stability in Libya is to go back to its original constitution from 1951. Read More »
News: President Trump Supporters
In his latest article for The Atlantic, Director of Strategic Studies, Eliot Cohen, writes on President Trump's elite supporters. Read More »
News: NATO
Associate Director of Strategic Studies, Mara Karlin, offers insight on the return on the U.S. investment in NATO. Read More »
News: U.S. Trade War
Professor Christopher Sands joined BNN Bloomberg to offer insight on the Trump administration’s trade war with China and what it means for NAFTA and Canada. Read More »