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foreign policy

Global health
'I hope countries will compete in generosity'
Published Sept 21, 2018
Philanthropist and tech giant Bill Gates visits SAIS for discussion of the U.S. foreign aid budget and what it means for health care in the developing world
International Relations
Jousting with Fidel
Published Summer 2018
SAIS alum Vicki Huddleston reflects on her experience as informal ambassador to Cuba and her tense relationship with Fidel Castro / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Foreign Affairs Symposium
Four takeaways from Samantha Power's talk
Published Sept 21, 2018
Former U.S. ambassador to the U.N. discusses current political climate, addresses issue raised by student protesters
Defense policy
Mattis outlines bold new strategy at SAIS
Published Sept 21, 2018
Secretary of Defense's strategy focuses on diplomacy, strengthening alliances, and securing a long-term budget from Congress
Commentary
Trump's 'strategic blunder' on Iran
Published Sept 21, 2018
SAIS Dean Vali Nasr says decertifying nuclear deal is mistake that will define president's foreign policy legacy
Foreign policy
Lessons learned on and off the battlefield
Published Sept 21, 2018
David Petraeus, the retired four-star general who commanded coalition forces during the military surge in Iraq, speaks at SAIS
Sit rep
Published Summer 2017
A deep-dive into Eliot Cohen's 'thoughtful, carefully reasoned' book, 'The Big Stick' / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Arctic policy
As the ice breaks
Published Summer 2017
A massive territory-grab of underwater resources is taking place in the Arctic—but when it comes to staking its claim, America lags behind / Johns Hopkins Magazine
In memoriam
Visionary foreign policy expert Zbigniew Brzezinski dies at 89
Published Sept 21, 2018
SAIS professor of foreign policy served as Jimmy Carter's national security adviser
Commentary
Challenges await South Korea's new leader
Published Sept 21, 2018
SAIS expert Eunjung Lim explores the difficult road ahead for newly elected President Moon Jae-in / The Conversation