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The road ahead after COP28
Published Dec 18, 2023
The U.N. summit's climate pact is a step in the right direction, but much more is needed, Hopkins expert Benjamin Link says
What is Turkey's long game?
Published Aug 4, 2022
Turkey continues to hint at blocking NATO expansion and walks a middle ground on the war in Ukraine. SAIS Turkey expert Lisel Hintz discusses what the enigmatic nation might be up to.
International relations
SAIS to host U.S.-ASEAN Institute for Rising Leaders
Published May 12, 2022
Starting in 2023, the institute will bring approximately 30 mid-career public service professionals to SAIS annually for a multi-week leadership development program
Graduate education
Carey and SAIS offer dual degree
Published Jan 4, 2021
The Master of Business Administration/Master of Arts in International Relations degree will provide graduate students with expertise in global problem-solving, leadership, and research methods
An end to Hong Kong as we know it?
Published July 4, 2020
Beijing enacts new security law aimed at stamping out opposition to ruling communist party, extinguishing business interests and fragile democratic freedoms along with it
Global affairs
Experts imagine a post-pandemic world
Published July 1, 2020
Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs at Johns Hopkins hosts a two-day forum exploring our shifting geopolitical landscape
East Asia responses offer mixed lessons
Published May 13, 2020
How COVID-19 has been handled in South Korea, Taiwan, China, Singapore, and Japan are a reflection of key capabilities in some countries, erosion of civil liberties in others
Intersession 2020
Interstellar diplomacy
Published Jan 24, 2020
Students analyze the ways in which the 24th century tactics of the Starfleet Command provide a useful lens for understanding international relations today
Suleimani assassination 'pulverizes' U.S. influence in Middle East
Published Jan 6, 2020
JHU experts on the Middle East, international relations, and political science discuss the role Qassim Suleimani played in Iran's military and the potential fallout from his assassination by U.S. drone strike
The accidental fall of the Berlin Wall
Published Nov 5, 2019
When the Berlin Wall opened 30 years ago, it created a fracture in the Iron Curtain and safe passage out of Soviet territory