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  • JHU SAIS Names Marisa Lino New Director of Bologna Center | SAIS
    in Washington D C to complete their master s degree in international relations The center also offers a research oriented master of arts in international affairs for non U S students and a one year diploma in international studies Lino will assume the position on 08 1 2003 and will succeed Robert Evans who is retiring after 11 years of outstanding leadership in Bologna As Bologna Center director Lino will be responsible for the academic and administrative components of the center She also will be teaching one course each semester The Bologna campus is integral to the SAIS education and the Bologna director is our leader in assuring that our students there benefit fully from this great academic opportunity Ambassador Lino combines the attributes of leadership administration and representation along with great understanding of the Italian culture that defined the goals of our search Throughout Johns Hopkins University all who have met her look forward to a long and productive collegial relationship said SAIS Dean Jessica Einhorn Having nearly 30 years of distinguished service in the State Department Lino held overseas positions in Albania Italy Pakistan Syria Iraq and Peru Most recently she has served since 09 2000 as a senior advisor for the State Department s Political Military Affairs Bureau In this role she has led various negotiations with foreign governments on the legal and financial arrangements and coverage for military and civilian Defense Department personnel deployed abroad From 1999 to 2000 Lino was a senior inspector in the agency s Office of the Inspector General and from 1996 to 1999 was ambassador to the Republic of Albania She has previous leadership experience in Italy having served as consul general in Florence from 1990 to 1993 and as a management officer in Rome from 1983 to 1985 A native

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  • JHU SAIS to Host Forum on the Changing Role of the State from the U.S.-French Perspective | SAIS
    by the Center for Transatlantic Relations at SAIS and the Université de Paris I Sorbonne the forum will feature panelists from academia government international organizations and think tanks A complete agenda is below The forum 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 should RSVP by e mailing transatlantic jhu edu or calling 202 663 5730 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 AGENDA Center for Transatlantic Relations Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies The Johns Hopkins University and the Université de Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne The Changing Role of the State A Franco American Dialogue Monday 06 9 2003 1740 Massachusetts Avenue N W Washington D C 20036 2 00 2 15 pm Welcome Dr Esther Brimmer SAIS Center for Transatlantic Relations Professor Michel Girard Université Paris I 2 15 3 15 pm Session One The State and the Market Can National Governments Still Manage Domestic Economies This session will examine different approaches to economic governance and the level of state intervention Topics range from employment to cultural good and services Professor Xavier Greffe Université Paris I Professor Charles Doran SAIS Professor Patrick Juillard Université Paris I Moderator TBD 3 15 4 15 pm Session Two Internal Societal Security and Homeland Defense This session will examine different conceptions of domestic law and order as well as the challenges posed by international and catastrophic terrorism It will review French and American approaches to deal with this problem Professor Rey Koslowski Rutgers University Jeremy Shapiro The Brookings Institution Bénédicte Suzan European Parliament Brian Zimmer Committee

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  • JHU SAIS Names Kathryn Mohrman New Executive Director of Hopkins-Nanjing Center Washington Program Office | SAIS
    one year SAIS administers the center s activities on behalf of JHU As the Washington D C based executive director Mohrman who will assume the position on 07 15 will be responsible for the overall development and management of the program s operations Our program in Nanjing has moved from strength to strength under able direction in Washington and Nanjing and with great support from the host universities of Johns Hopkins and Nanjing said SAIS Dean Jessica Einhorn Kathryn Mohrman brings impressive experience and high prestige to the position of executive director at a time of great challenge and opportunity We are all looking forward with great expectations to her leadership Prior to joining the Hopkins Nanjing Center Mohrman has spent the past year as a Fulbright Professor in the Department of Government and Public Administration at the Chinese University of Hong Kong In addition she has served as the director of Research and Development of the Hong Kong America Center She currently is a member of the board of directors of the National Committee on United States China Relations Having nearly 30 years of distinguished service in the higher education field Mohrman was president of Colorado College in Colorado Springs from 1993 to 2002 and dean for Undergraduate Studies at the University of Maryland at College Park from 1988 to 1993 Other previous experience includes serving as associate dean of the undergraduate college at Brown University director of National Affairs at the Association of American Colleges and guest scholar at the Brookings Institution Author of numerous articles she has taught public policy and higher education policy courses at the Chinese University of Hong Kong Sichuan University in Chengdu China Colorado College University of Maryland Georgetown University The George Washington University and Brown University A native of Illinois Mohrman received

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  • JHU SAIS to Host Conference on Competing Visions of Europe and America | SAIS
    Institute of Political Studies and Center for International Studies and Research at the National Foundation for Political Sciences Sciences Po in Paris Roberto Pazzi leading Italian novelist Francis Fukuyama SAIS dean of faculty and Bernard L Schwartz Professor of International Political Economy A complete conference agenda listing all speakers and panel sessions is below The first day of the conference Monday 09 22 will be held in the Embassy of Italy s Chancery located at 3000 Whitehaven St N W The second day of the conference Tuesday 09 23 will be held in Kenney Auditorium located on the first floor of SAIS Nitze Building 1740 Massachusetts Ave N W The conference is free and open to the public Members of the public must register to attend the conference by Friday 09 19 by calling 202 663 5730 or emailing transatlantic jhu edu Conference attendees should bring a photo I D for entrance to the Italian Embassy Members of the media who want to attend the conference should register with Felisa Neuringer Klubes at the SAIS Public Affairs Office at 202 663 5626 or fklubes jhu edu Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and The Center for Transatlantic Relations Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies The Johns Hopkins University and the American Consortium on European Union Studies ACES Competing Visions of Europe and America 09 22 23 2003 Monday 09 22 LOCATION Auditorium Embassy of Italy Chancery 3000 Whitehaven Street N W Washington D C 20008 2 00 2 15 p m Welcome Stefano Stefanini Deputy Chief of Mission Embassy of Italy Esther Brimmer Deputy Director and Director of Research Center for Transatlantic Relations The Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies SAIS Johns Hopkins University Samuel F Wells Jr Director West European Studies and Associate Director The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Identities and Culture 2 15 4 00 p m Session One Visions of Europe Roberto Pazzi novelist poet commentator Bernard Henri Lévy writer novelist commentator Discussant Martin Walker writer and Chief International Correspondent United Press International Moderator Esther Brimmer 4 00 4 15 p m Coffee 4 15 6 00 p m Session Two Visions of America Brent D Glass Director National Museum of American History Smithsonian Institution Gary Lapera architect Michael Graves Associates Peter Schoenfeld Consultant Universal Studios and former President Universal Studios New Media Group Cynthia Schneider Associate Professor of Art History Georgetown University and former U S Ambassador to The Netherlands Discussant Elemér Hankiss Director Institute of Sociology Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Public Policy Scholar Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Moderator Esther Brimmer 6 00 7 30 p m Reception Buffet Dinner Embassy of Italy Tuesday 09 23 LOCATION Kenney Auditorium Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies The Johns Hopkins University 1740 Massachusetts Avenue N W Washington D C 20036 Identities and International Politics 9 00 10 30 a m Session Three Europe Strong or Weak Implications for Transatlantic Relations Strong or weak Europe Pierre Hassner Institute

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  • Senator Sarbanes to Speak at JHU SAIS | SAIS
    Apply Contact Us Research Faculty Directory Initiatives Institutes and Research Centers SAIS Libraries Mason Library Robert Evans Library Nanjing Center Library Career Services Planning and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here Senator Sarbanes to Speak at JHU SAIS Senator Sarbanes to Speak at JHU SAIS Sen Paul Sarbanes D Md will speak at the Johns Hopkins University Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies SAIS on Monday 03 17 at 3 30 p m Sarbanes will speak about The Public Policy Response to Corporate Scandal Is Sarbanes Oxley Enough at this lecture hosted by the SAIS Center for International Business and Public Policy The event which is open to the public will be held in the Kenney Auditorium located on the first floor of the Nitze Building 1740 Massachusetts Ave N W in Washington D C 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 Date Monday March 10 2003 Press Release Type FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact Person Felisa Neuringer Klubes Address City Zip Code Phone

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  • Tenth Group of Pew Fellows in International Journalism Selected at JHU SAIS for Spring 2003 Program | SAIS
    journalists will report from Africa the continent with more countries visited by Pew Fellows than any other since the fellowship program was created in 1998 Other fellows in the spring 2003 program will report from India France Sweden and Russia Africa is under covered in the U S media so we re proud to have sent Pew Fellows to do in depth reporting from 16 different African countries since 1998 said John Schidlovsky director of the Pew International Journalism Program Each year two groups of eight U S journalists are selected for the four month fellowship program 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 2003 and the countries on which they will focus are Trenton Daniel freelance writer Nigeria Rebecca Diamond freelance video journalist India Jessica Graham New York Post Uganda Shayla Harris NBC News Sweden Suzanne Sataline freelance writer Russia Geraldine Sealey ABC News com Zambia Anne Sherwood freelance photojournalist South Africa Sarah Wildman The New Republic France Topics of the new Pew Fellows reporting projects include environmental issues international health and medical news immigration and refugees technology and economic development 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 assistant managing editor of the Los Angeles Times Ricardo Chavira assistant managing editor Dallas Morning News Susan Collins senior fellow Brookings Institution Lisa Cullen reporter TIME

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  • JHU SAIS to Host Conference on the Balkans | SAIS
    Prime Minister Zarko Korac 10 a m International Engagement 11 30 a m Institution Building and Democratization 1 30 p m Economic Reconstruction 2 30 p m Reconciliation 5 p m Closing Remarks 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 the conference by e mailing rbwashington jhu edu or calling 202 663 5722 Members of the media who plan to cover this event should contact Felisa Neuringer in the SAIS Public Affairs Office at 202 663 5626 or fneuringer jhu edu CONFERENCE AGENDA Stabilizing and Reconciling the Balkans Conference on Tuesday 10 23 2001 Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies SAIS Paul H Nitze Building 1740 Massachusetts Avenue NW Washington DC 20036 Kenney Auditorium 8 30 a m Coffee 9 00 Welcome and Introduction Stephen Szabo Interim Dean of SAIS Christian Blickenstorfer Ambassador of Switzerland to the United States Edouard Brunner and Peter Ziegler Chairman Executive Director of the Swiss Foundation for World Affairs respectively 9 15 Opening address Zarko Korac Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia 10 00 International Engagement USA Russia UN EU NATO OSCE What future role in the Balkans James Pardew Ambassador Special Advisor for South Eastern Europe U S Department of State Ilya V Gaiduk Senior Research Fellow Russian Academy of Science Moscow Jonathan Davidson Senior Advisor Delegation of the European Commission in Washington Edward P Joseph Visiting Scholar SAIS former senior official with UNPROFOR Bosnia and Croatia UNMIK Kosovo and OSCE 11 15 Coffee Break 11 30 Institution Building and Democratization How to build new institutions in divided societies How to enhance democracy in a multi ethnic context Saso Ordanoski Publisher and Editor in Chief of the news magazine Forum Skopje Director of the Forum Center for Strategic Research Documentation Ruth Wedgwood Edward B Burling Professor of International Law and Organization SAIS Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations Wolf Linder Professor Center for the Study of Swiss Politics University of Bern author of Swiss Democracy Possible Solutions to Conflict in Multicultural Societies Chair morning session Jeffrey Smith Associate Fellow Remarque Institute New York University on sabbatical from The Washington Post Southern Europe Bureau Chief 12 30 p m Lunch 1 30 Economic Reconstruction How to overcome the crisis of war torn formerly communist economies Ivan Vujacic Professor of Economics University of Belgrade President of the Political Council of the Democratic Party Karen Mathiesan Director Office of Central and Southeastern Europe U S Treasury Department Jean Daniel Gerber Head of the Swiss Federal Office for Refugees former Executive Director in the World Bank 2 30 Reconciliation 5 15 Can the Balkans ever be reconciled Challenges approaches projects new designs Veton Surroi Publisher of KOHA Ditore Prishtina the most influential Albanian newspaper in Kosovo Sonja Biserko Chairwoman of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia Belgrade I

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  • JHU SAIS to Host Forum on Baltic Regional Security Challenges | SAIS
    You are here JHU SAIS to Host Forum on Baltic Regional Security Challenges JHU SAIS to Host Forum on Baltic Regional Security Challenges The Johns Hopkins Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies SAIS will hold a forum Baltic Regional Security Challenges on Thursday 07 24 from noon to 2 p m Hosted by the Center for Transatlantic Relations at SAIS the American Consortium on European Union Studies and Women in International Security WIIS this forum will feature the following panelists Gale A Mattox moderator chair Political Science Department U S Naval Academy Piritta Asunmaa Diplomat in Residence SAIS Center for Transatlantic Relations Judith Cefkin director Office of Nordic and Baltic Affairs U S Department of State Kestutis Jankauskas deputy chief of mission Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania Riina Kionka Estonian ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany Aivis Ronis Latvian ambassador to the United States The forum free and open to the public will be held in Room 500 of the JHU Bernstein Offit Building located at 1717 Massachusetts Ave N W Washington D C Members of the public should RSVP to WIIS by e mailing wiisevents georgetown edu space is limited Media who want to cover

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