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  • Spring 2002 Pew Fellowships in International Journalism Announced at JHU SAIS | SAIS
    a veteran former foreign correspondent The deadline for applications for next spring s program was 10 1 2001 less than three weeks after the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington Pew Fellows spend a total of 10 weeks at SAIS studying international affairs and five weeks overseas in a country of their choice They report on a significant news topic and offer the stories they produce to their news organizations or to other media Stories by previous Fellows are available at www pewfellowships org The program is supported by a grant from The Pew Charitable Trusts The Pew Fellows for spring 2002 and the countries on which they will focus are Laurel Bowman freelance video journalist Washington D C Tanzania Tom Clynes freelance writer New York India Michael Flynn Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Chicago Guatemala Evelyn Hockstein freelance photographer Jerusalem Tajikistan Vanessa Hua San Francisco Chronicle Panama Dawn MacKeen freelance writer New York Egypt Douglas McGray freelance writer Washington D C India Amanda Pike freelance video journalist San Francisco Cambodia Topics of the new Pew Fellows reporting projects include the areas of international health environmental issues social development immigration and refugees cultural and religious clashes post conflict resolution and other issues The latest Pew Fellows were selected by a panel of distinguished journalists and scholars that included Simon Li foreign editor of the Los Angeles Times Susan Collins senior fellow Brookings Institution Robert DeVecchi adjunct senior fellow Council on Foreign Relations David Aquila Lawrence reporter The World and Pew Fellow alumnus Loren Jenkins senior foreign editor National Public Radio Phyllis McGrady senior vice president ABC News Seymour Topping administrator of the Pulitzer Prizes and David Zucchino reporter the Los Angeles Times The next deadline for applications is 04 1 2002 for the program beginning in the fall of

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  • JHU SAIS to Host Conference on International Governance of New Technologies | SAIS
    speak throughout the two days during the following sessions For a complete list of speakers see the attached agenda Monday 02 11 8 30 a m Welcome by Francis Fukuyama SAIS Bernard L Schwartz Professor of Political Economy 8 45 a m Panel 1 Private Governance in Historical Perspective 11 a m Panel 2 The Emergence of Common Law in B to C Commerce 2 30 p m Panel 3 Trade and Safety of Genetically Manipulated Organisms Tuesday 02 12 8 30 a m Panel 4 ICANN Between Legitimacy and Effectiveness 10 45 a m Panel 5 Regulation and Human Biotechnology 1 45 p m Panel 6 The Challenge of Democracy The conference free and open to the public will be held in the Kenney Auditorium first floor of the SAIS Nitze Building at 1740 Massachusetts Ave N W Washington D C Members of the public must register to attend by filling out a registration form available on the conference Web site at www gmu edu conference itbiotech A form also can be requested by calling 202 663 5650 Media who want to cover the event should register with Felisa Neuringer in the SAIS Public Affairs Office at 202 663 5626 or fneuringer jhu edu Conference Agenda Monday 02 11 8 00 AM 8 30 AM Continental Breakfast 8 30 AM 8 45 AM Welcome Introductory Remarks Francis Fukuyama Johns Hopkins University 8 45 AM 10 45 AM Panel 1 Private Governance in Historical Perspective Moderator Don Kash George Mason University Panelists Bill Drake Carnegie Endowment for Peace Virginia Haufler University of Maryland Franco Furger George Mason University Discussant Samuel Krislov University of Minnesota 10 45 AM 11 00 AM Coffee Break 11 00 AM 1 00 PM Panel 2 The Emergence of Common Law in B to C Commerce Moderator Robert Litan Brookings Institution Panelists Ethan Katsh University of Massachusetts Llewellyn Joseph Gibbons University of Toledo Stefan Verhulst Markle Foundation Peter Swire Ohio State University Discussant Joel R Reidenberg Fordham University 1 00 PM 2 30 PM Lunch Break 2 30 PM 4 30 PM Panel 3 Trade and Safety of Genetically Manipulated Organisms Moderator Scott Barrett Johns Hopkins University Panelists Robert Paarlberg Wellesley College Henry I Miller Hoover Institution David Zilberman University of California Berkeley Discussant Rebecca Goldburg Environmental Defense 4 30 PM 6 00 PM Reception Tuesday 02 12 8 00 AM 8 30 AM Continental Breakfast 8 30 AM 8 45 AM Panel 4 ICANN between Legitimacy and Effectiveness Moderator Gerald Masson Johns Hopkins University Panelists Milton Mueller Syracuse University David Post Temple University Michael Froomkin University of Miami Discussant Brian Kahin University of Maryland 10 30 AM 10 45 AM Coffee Break 10 45 AM 12 45 PM Panel 5 Regulation of Human Biotechnology Moderator Christopher C Hill George Mason University Panelists Francis Fukuyama Johns Hopkins University Glenn McGee University of Pennsylvania Adam Wolfson The Public Interest Discussant Charles Weiss Georgetown University 12 45 PM 1 45 PM Lunch Break 1 45 PM 3 45

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  • JHU SAIS to Host Forum on President Musharraf's Anti-Terrorism Program | SAIS
    Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here JHU SAIS to Host Forum on President Musharraf s Anti Terrorism Program JHU SAIS to Host Forum on President Musharraf s Anti Terrorism Program The Johns Hopkins University Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies SAIS will hold a forum President Musharraf s Anti Terrorism Program Real or Sham on Wednesday 09 18 at 5 30 p m preceded by a reception at 5 p m Charles Kennedy a professor at Wake Forest University former director of the American Institute of Pakistan Studies and author of several books related to Pakistan will be the featured speaker at this W P Carey Forum of the Central Asia Caucasus Institute CACI at SAIS The event free and open to the public will be held in Rome Auditorium located on the first floor of the school s Rome Building 1619 Massachusetts Ave N W Washington D C Members of the public should RSVP to the CACI at 202 663 7721 or caci2 mail jhuwash jhu edu Members of the media who want to cover this event should contact Felisa Neuringer Klubes in the SAIS Public Affairs Office

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  • JHU SAIS to Hold Discussion on Civilian Leadership in Wartime | SAIS
    Nanjing China You are here JHU SAIS to Hold Discussion on Civilian Leadership in Wartime JHU SAIS to Hold Discussion on Civilian Leadership in Wartime The Johns Hopkins University Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies SAIS will hold a forum Supreme Command Soldiers Statesmen and Leadership in Wartime on Wednesday 10 23 at 5 30 p m This is the next event of the SAIS Faculty Book Series which will feature a discussion of Supreme Command Soldiers Statesmen and Leadership in Wartime a book written by Eliot Cohen director of the Strategic Studies Program SAIS recently published by the Free Press Cohen will make some introductory remarks followed by a panel discussion about the book and civilian leadership in wartime Panelists include Karl Jackson director of the SAIS Asian Studies Program Michael Mandelbaum director of the SAIS American Foreign Policy Program Ronald Spector professor of history and international affairs at George Washington University s Elliot School of International Affairs The event which is free and open to the public will be held in the Kenney Auditorium of the school s Nitze Building located at 1740 Massachusetts Ave N W in Washington D C For more information contact Katrine

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  • JHU SAIS to Host Forum on Peace in the Congo | SAIS
    Library Career Services Planning and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here JHU SAIS to Host Forum on Peace in the Congo JHU SAIS to Host Forum on Peace in the Congo The Johns Hopkins University Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies SAIS will hold a forum Proposals for Building Sustainable Peace for the Democratic Republic of Congo on Thursday 07 11 at 9 a m Panelists for this event include Kikaya Bin Karubi minister of Communications Information and Technology of the Democratic Republic of Congo Suliman Baldo senior researcher for the Africa division of Human Rights Watch The event free and open to the public will be held in Rome Auditorium located on the first floor of the school s Rome Building 1619 Massachusetts Ave N W Washington D C Members of the public should RSVP to 202 777 2246 or famos sfcg org Reporters should note that the speakers comments will NOT be for attribution Members of the media who want to cover this event should contact Felisa Neuringer Klubes in the SAIS Public Affairs Office at 202 663 5626 or fklubes jhu edu

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  • JHU SAIS to Host Forum on U.S.-Europe Relations | SAIS
    Nitze School of Advanced International Studies SAIS will hold a forum The End of the West U S Europe Relations on Friday 11 8 at 1 30 p m Panelists for this forum hosted by the SAIS Foreign Policy Institute and the Center for Transatlantic Relations include James Schlesinger senior adviser to Lehman Brothers chairman of the MITRE Corporation former secretary of Defense and Energy and former CIA director Francis Fukuyama Bernard L Schwartz Professor of International Political Economy at SAIS David Owen member of the House of Lords and former foreign secretary of the United Kingdom Daniel Hamilton moderator professor and director of the SAIS Center for Transatlantic Relations Relations between the Bush Administration and its closest allies are characterized by disagreements over a series of issues ranging from Iraq and the use of force to trading conflicts nation building and climate change Is this just another cycle of periodic tension in an otherwise healthy relationship Or do such issues herald transatlantic divorce The panelists will address these issues in this unique debate The event free and open to the public will be held in the first floor auditorium of the school s Rome Building located at 1619 Massachusetts

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  • Publication of new issue of SAISPHERE Magazine. | SAIS
    For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here Publication of new issue of SAISPHERE Magazine Publication of new issue of SAISPHERE Magazine The Johns Hopkins University Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies SAIS recently published the 2002 issue of its annual magazine SAISPHERE In this year s issue several members of the faculty explore the many facets of leadership in the context of international relations Main feature articles include Education for Leadership by Eliot A Cohen Preemptive Self Defense Worrying About the Bomb by Ruth Wedgwood Karzai s Legitimacy as a Leader by S Frederick Starr War in the Middle East The Dilemmas of American Leadership by Camille Pecastaing Maastricht 10 Years Later by Patrick McCarthy Baby Boomers Assume Top Posts in China by David M Lampton Africa s Post Colonial Leaders by Gilbert Khadiagala Latin America s Leadership Crisis by Riordan Roett U S Business Restoring Confidence in a Tarnished Global Leader by Roger Leeds Women Leadership and Islam a conversation with Azar Nafis An online version of this issue is available on the Web at www sais jhu edu pubaffairs publications To request a printed copy of SAISPHERE contact Felisa

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  • JHU SAIS Professor Eliot Cohen Publishes New Book on Civilian Leadership in Wartime | SAIS
    Strategic Studies Program at the Johns Hopkins University Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies SAIS recently published Supreme Command Soldiers Statesman and Leadership in Wartime The Free Press released the book today Supreme Command is about leadership in wartime or more precisely about the tension between two types of leadership civil and military Cohen humanizes the highest levels of strategy making by focusing on four great democratic statesmen during times of war Lincoln Clemenceau Churchill and Ben Gurion and how they dealt with the military leaders who served them His surprising conclusion is that the conventional wisdom is wrong the job of politicians is not to set objectives provide resources and get out of the way Instead he describes the unequal dialogue between statesman and general an uneasy relationship based on questioning probing and testing as the key to victory Cohen explores the problem of how national leaders confront the greatest challenges that befall them After explaining the conventional wisdom of civil military relations he shows how each one of the four great statesmen turned that wisdom on its head He also looks at what happens when leadership without genius is at the helm rendering controversial but convincing accounts of how Vietnam and the Persian Gulf wars were not as they have been so often portrayed cases of ruinous civilian micromanagement on the one hand and judicious delegation on the other A member of the Defense Policy Board Cohen previously served on the Policy Planning Staff of the secretary of Defense and directed the Air Force s Gulf War Air Power Survey He also has written numerous books and articles on strategy public policy and military history SAIS is one of the country s leading graduate schools devoted to the study of international relations Located along Embassy Row

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