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international relations

National security
A strategy for U.S. strength and security
Published Dec 28, 2018
APL senior fellows author a strategy document outlining how the U.S. can navigate an uncertain geopolitical climate
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 policy
Lessons learned on and off the battlefield
Published Sept 29, 2017
David Petraeus, the retired four-star general who commanded coalition forces during the military surge in Iraq, speaks at SAIS
Foreign policy
Teaching the 'practice of statecraft'
Published Oct 11, 2016
Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs will serve as focal point for scholarship, public debate on international affairs and policy
MIDDLE EAST
A year after Hajj tragedy, political tensions linger
Published Sept 8, 2016
As annual pilgrimage to Mecca begins, SAIS Dean Vali Nasr discusses ongoing conflict between Saudi Arabia, Iran / NPR
Commentary
A new Cold War?
Published Aug 23, 2016
Likelihood of 'dangerous incidents' involving U.S., Russia on the rise, SAIS expert says / World Politics Review
Commentary
Assessing the ISIS threat
Published July 29, 2016
John McLaughlin, former acting CIA director, cautions that end of terror group's reign is not near / The Cipher Brief
Anniversary
30 years at the forefront
Published June 16, 2016
Trailblazing Hopkins-Nanjing Center celebrates anniversary
Syrian refugee symposium
Experts mull crisis, solutions
Published Sept 23, 2015
Human rights, public health experts discuss ongoing humanitarian disaster at Bloomberg School symposium
Foreign relations
Cardin talks Iran nuclear deal
Published Sept 1, 2015
Contentious agreement set for up-or-down vote in Congress this month