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  • African Studies | SAIS
    His most recent books are How South Africa Works and Must Do Better and Africa s Third Liberation the New Search for Jobs and Prosperity In analyzing the current crisis in South Africa Jeff will draw upon his practical experience acquired by institutionalizing entrepreneurship programs at Colgate University and his research into educational reforms that will increase opportunity for South African youth Nov 13 Josiah Wedgwood 18th Century Scholars The Role Antiquity Played in Their Lives Society 6 00pm 8 00pm Joseph Bothwell has an MA in Art History and is an Art Hisotrian and Art Appraiser He has a wealth of art history expertise with the full scope of Western art history which includes Ancient Medieval Renaissance Baroque Modern and Contemporary art He also has experience in Asian art including Chinese Japanese and Indian and Southeast Asian art as well as education in pre Columbian Native American and Primitive African and Oceanic art 2015 Nov 9 CANCELED How to Make Governement Work of Africa 12 15pm 1 45pm Nick Thompson CEO of the African Governance Initiative will speak on this topic Nov 4 Democracy and the Challenge of Political Change in Nigeria 12 30pm 1 45pm Dr Usman Bugaje is a public intellectual former member of the House of Representatives and former National Secretary of the Action Congress of Nigeria ACN A civil society activist who founded the NGO Networks for Justice and a lecturer at Ahmadu Bello University Dr Bugage has written extensively on the role of women and youths in Nigeria s recent democratic transformation Currently he is the convener of the Arewa Research and Development Project which promotes economic reform and reconstruction in the northern states of Nigeria Oct 21 Promoting Tolerant Islam in Africa Morocco s Recent Outreach Initiative 12 30pm 1 45pm Ann Wainscott is Assistant Professor of Political Science at St Louis University She has conducted field work in Morocco and Senegal on the politics of promoting tolerance by state bureaucrats seeking to regulate religious groups and Islamic educational institutions Her forthcoming book Bureaucratic Islam Morocco s response to the War on Terror 2003 2015 analyzes the tensions associated with Morocco s counter terrorism strategy of incorporating religious institutions into the state while allowing religious political parties to compete in elections Professor Wainscott s recent research evaluates the politics driving Morocco s foreign policy strategy of promoting ts model to West African states with long standing historical ties to Morocco Oct 9 The Fly A Powerful Icon in Ancient Egypt 6 30pm 8 30pm Oct 7 Africa Why Economist Get It Wrong 4 30pm 6 00pm Morton Jerven teaches economic history at Simon Frazer University He specializes in unmasking the statistical evidence upon which international policy makers justify their influential policy prescriptions for African states His first book Poor Numbers How We Are Misled by African Development Statistics and What to Do about It earned a best book of the year award from Foreign Affairs His latest book Africa Why Economists Get it Wrong continues his original reasoning by explaining why sophisticated econometric techniques can never compensate for the distortions produced by false observations in the first instance Oct 7 Social Conflict and Cattle Rustling in Africa Understanding the New Pastoral Economy 12 30pm 1 45pm Oct 5 How to Make Government Work of Africa 12 15pm 1 45pm Apr 21 Making Sense of China s Rush into Africa 12 30pm 2 00pm Howard French Columbia University will discuss the topic Apr 14 Angola Since the Cilvil War Oil Reconstruction and Illiberal State Building 4 30pm 6 00pm Apr 10 Eternal Shelters 10 00pm 12 00am Aidan Dodson senior research fellow University of Bristol will discuss this topic Mar 25 Urbanization and Ethnicity in Botswana 4 30pm 6 00pm Elliott Green Associate Professor London School of Economics will discuss the topic Mar 20 Predynastic Rock Art and the Mound of Creation The Function of Boats in the Desert 10 00pm 12 00am Lauren Lippiello Research Associate Egyptian Expedition University of Arizona will discuss the topic Mar 4 How Education Reduces Political Participation under Electoral Authoritarianism Evidence from Zimbabwe 5 30pm 7 00pm Kevin Croke SAIS Alum 2011 Harvard School of Public Health will discuss the topic Feb 20 Ancient Egypt and Punt An Archaeological Perspective from Mersa Wadi Gawasis 11 00pm 1 00am Kathryn Bard Professor Boston University will discuss the topic Feb 12 DR Congo Telema Democracy Protest The Road to the 2016 election 5 00pm 7 00pm In January 2015 the Congolese people took to the streets to protest legislation that conditioned the 2016 presidential election to a national census effectively extending President Joseph Kabila s term in office beyond the constitutionally mandated two terms The protests were violently repressed by the police and the republican guard According to Human Rights Watch 42 unarmed protesters were killed After vigorous debate the Senate amended the legislation and dropped the census clause Tensions remain high however as the presidential majority seeks to stay in power and the national electoral commission continues to delay the publication of the electoral calendar Feb 4 Citizen Education after Political Transition Experiences from Kenya and Ethiopia 6 30pm 8 00pm q Jan 24 Imagining the Past Historical Fiction in New Kingdom Egypt 12 00am 2 00am Colleen Mannassa Associate Professor Yale University will discuss the topic 2014 Dec 4 Emerging Africa How the Global Economy s Last Frontier Can Prosper and Matter 10 30pm 12 00am Kingsley Moghalu deputy governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria will dicuss this topic Dec 3 Ebola The Intersection of Cultural Historical and Political Dynamics in West Africa 6 30pm 8 00pm Michael McGovern associate professor of anthropology at the University of Michigan will discuss this topic Dec 1 Reframing South Africa Conference 3 00pm 11 00pm Various speakers will address new ways to think about South Africa in the regional and global economy possibilities for industrial policy innovation in social programs and shifts in economic structure during the conference South Africa s economic growth has slowed in recent years against a troubling background of deep structural inequalities that have persisted in the 20 years since democratization The conference will address the question of how to construct a model of transformation that can secure the participation of all actors including those that still feel disenfranchised while getting the country back on the path to economic growth and stability Nov 17 Presidential Death and Elections Comparing Contemporary Malawi and Zambia 6 30pm 8 00pm Boniface Dulani lecturer in the Department of Political and Administrative Studies at the University of Malawi and Kim Yi Dionne assistant professor in the Department of Government at Smith College will discuss this topic Nov 15 Hatshepsut How a Woman Ascended the Throne of Ancient Egypt 12 00am 2 00am Kara Cooney associate professor of Egyptian Art and Architecture at UCLA will discuss this topic Nov 5 Religious Engagement in Politics in Sub Saharan Africa 6 30pm 8 00pm Rachel Riedl assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at Northwestern University will discuss this topic Oct 29 Election Violence in Democratizing States Africa in Comparative Perspective 5 30pm 7 00pm Leonardo Arriola associate professor at the University of California Berkeley will discuss this topic Oct 29 Election Violence in Democratizing States Africa in Comparative Perspective 5 30pm 7 00pm Election Violence in Democratizing States with focus on Africa Oct 28 What Did the US Africa Summit Mean for the Great Lakes Region 2 30pm 4 00pm David Gilmour deputy assistant secretary in the Bureau of African Affairs at the US Department of State Mima Nedelcovych president and CEO at the Initiative for Global Development and Dave Peterson senior director for the Africa Program at the National Endowment for Democracy will discuss this topic Mvemba Dizolele Peter and Frances Duigan Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University will moderate the discussion Note This event is off the record Oct 24 Unwrapping Victorian Era Egyptology The Curious Case of the Web of the Occult and Scholarship 11 00pm 1 00am Steve Vinson associate professor and director of graduate studies in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures at Indiana University will discuss this topic Oct 17 The Politics of Economic Growth and Social Inclusion in Africa Day 2 2 00pm 7 00pm Various speakers will discuss this topic during the two day conference Oct 16 The Politics of Economic Growth and Social Inclusion in Africa Day 1 2 00pm 10 00pm Various speakers will discuss this topic during the two day conference Oct 14 A Model for Wildlife Conservation in Africa The Cheetah Conservation Fund 9 30pm 11 00pm Laurie Marker founder and executive director of the Cheetah Conservation Fund and Bruce Brewer general manager of the Cheetah Conservation Fund will discuss this topic Oct 8 Loot Pillage and Plunder Prosecuting Economic War Crimes in the 21st Century 5 30pm 7 00pm Holly Dranginis policy associate at the Enough Project Mohamed Bangura prosecution legal adviser and evidence officer for the Special Court for Sierra Leone and James Stewart assistant professor of law at the University of British Columbia will discuss this topic Sep 26 Beneath the Sands of Egypt An Archaeologist Explores the Valley Kings 11 00pm 1 00am Don Ryan archaeologist and professor in the Division of Humanities at Pacific Lutheran University will discuss this topic Sep 25 Peace Land Conflict Resolution and the Everyday Politics of International Intervention 5 30pm 7 00pm Séverine Autesserre assistant professor of political science at Columbia University will discuss this topic Sep 24 The Role of Political Parties in an Emerging Democracy A Nigerian Perspective 5 30pm 7 00pm Femi Gbaja Biamila minority leader of the House of Representatives for the Republic of Nigeria will discuss this topic Sep 18 Voices Unheard Rising Demand for Democracy in Africa 5 30pm 7 00pm Carolyn Logan deputy director of Afrobarometer and associate professor in the Department of Political Science and African Studies Center at Michigan State University will discuss this topic Sep 4 Ending Violence Against Women in the Great Lakes Voices from the Front Line 2 30pm 4 00pm Mireille Muhigwa Mandela Washington Fellow from Democratic Republic of Congo and gender program officer for SAMWAKI Martine Theodora Kessy Ekomo Soignet Mandela Washington Fellow from the Central African Republic and project officer at the African Medical and Research Foundation AMREF and Nulu Naluyombya Mandela Washington Fellow from Uganda and founder and executive Director of Success Chapter will discuss this topic Jun 13 A Portrait of Egypt by 19th Century Artist Drawn from an Orientalist Collection 11 30pm 2 00am Caroline Williams independent scholar will discuss this topic May 29 A Complex Partnership What Declassified Documents Reveal About America s Role in the Congo from 1960 1968 and the Lessons We Can Draw Today 2 30pm 4 30pm Steve Weissman historian author and independent political scientist John Prados senior fellow and project director at the National Security Archive at George Washington University and Georges Nzongola Ntalaja professor of african studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will discuss this topic May 16 Drinking and Knapping in Predynastic Egypt 11 30pm 2 00am Elizabeth Hart fellow at the American Research Center in Egypt will discuss this topic Apr 14 Constitution Amendment in an Emerging Democracy The Nigerian Experience 5 30pm 7 00pm Ike Ekweremadu Deputy President of the Senate of Nigeria will discuss this topic Apr 11 Conviviality in Ancient Egypt 11 30pm 2 00am John Baines professor of egyptology at the University of Oxford will discuss this topic Apr 11 A Conversation with Usman Bugaje 5 30pm 7 00pm Usman Bugaje founding chairman of Network for Justice will give a talk Apr 3 Tunisia s Transition Yesterday Today and Tomorrow 5 30pm 7 00pm Nacef Belkhiria e xecutive vice president of BSB Group Tunisia and member of the Tunisian American Friendship Association will discuss this topic Apr 2 Betrayed Politics Power and Prosperity 9 30pm 11 00pm Seth Kaplan professorial lecturer in the African Studies Program will discuss his new book Betrayed Politics Power and Prosperity Mar 27 Youth in Burundi Challenges and Opportunities in the Lead up to the 2015 Elections 2 30pm 4 30pm Marc Sommers visiting researcher at the African Studies Center at Boston University Audace Machado journalist for Voice of America and Mike Jobbins senior program manager for Africa at Search for Common Ground will discuss this topic Mar 21 Talking Trees in Ancient Egyptian Love Poetry 11 30pm 2 00am Cynthia Sheikholeslami egyptologist will discuss this topic Mar 5 Political Marginality in Nigeria Exclusion Dissent and Election 6 30pm 8 00pm Adam Higazi lecturer in African politics and history at the Centre of African Studies at the University of Cambridge will discuss this topic Feb 22 Strangers in a Strange Land Negotiating the Afterlife in Monumental Greek Tombs of Graeco Roman Egypt 12 30am 3 00am Marjorie Venit professor of ancient mediterranean art and archeology at the University of Maryland will discuss this topic Feb 12 Rethinking State Building in Muslim Majority States Grounded View From Somalia 6 30pm 8 00pm William Reno professor of political science and program director for the Department of African Studies at Northwestern University will discuss this topic Feb 7 Green Innovation in China Examining the International Dimensions of China Clean Energy Technology Development 10 30pm 12 00am Joanna Lewis assistant professor of science technology and international affairs at Georgetown University will discuss topic Note This event is off the record Feb 5 Global Resource Governance Complexities Consumption Comparative Politics in a Changing World 10 30pm 12 00am Stacy VanDeveer professor of political science at the University of New Hampshire will discuss this topic Note The speaker s comments will be off the record Feb 4 Wind Power Smart Grid and the Evolution of the U S Electricity System 6 30pm 8 00pm Elizabeth Wilson associate professor of energy environmental policy and law at the University of Minnesota will discuss this topic Jan 30 International Consequences of the U S Oil and Gas Boom 10 30pm 12 00am Michael Levi the David M Rubenstein senior fellow for Energy and Environment at the Council on Foreign Relations will discuss this event Jan 28 The Political Macroeconomy of Resource Richness 10 30pm 12 00am Radeh Arezki senior economist at the Research Department of the International Monetary Fund will discuss this event Jan 24 Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Passenger Vehicles Evidence from Programs around the World 10 30pm 12 00am Antonio Bento associate professor with the Charles H Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University will discuss this topic Jan 18 Evil Seth God of Power and Might 12 30am 3 00am Eugene Cruz Uribe professor emeritus in the department of History at Northern Arizona University will discuss this topic 2013 Dec 14 Unwrapping the Mummy Hollywood Fantasies Egyptian Realities 12 30am 3 00am Stuart Tyson Smith professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of California will discuss this topic Dec 4 Lived Poverty in Africa 6 30pm 8 00pm Robert Mattes professor of political studies and director of the Democracy in Africa Research Unit at the University of Cape Town will discuss this topic Nov 25 Everyday Religious Encounters and Gendered Identities in Southwest Nigeria 6 30pm 8 00pm Insa Nolte senior lecturer in African studies at the University of Birmingham will discuss this topic Nov 23 The Mysterious Meritefnut A Missing Persons Case From the 7th Century B C 12 30am 3 00am Jeremy Pope assistant professor in the College of William and Mary s Department of History will discuss this topic Nov 20 Inside South Africa s Transition Challenges of Post Liberation Governance 10 30pm 12 00am Barry Gilder director of operations at the Mapungubwe Institute will discuss this topic Nov 18 I Am Here Until Development Comes Displacement Demolitions and Property Rights in Urbanizing Abuja 6 30pm 8 00pm Carl LeVan assistant professor at the American University School of International Service and Josiah Olubowale a Ph D candidate in cultural studies at the University of the West Indies at St Augustine Trinidad and Tobago will discuss this topic Nov 7 The African Growth Story The GE Perspective 4 00pm 5 00pm Todd Johnson a risk and market development manager at General Electric Africa and a 2009 SAIS graduate will discuss this topic Oct 31 The Limits of Institutional Reform in Development New Ideas Changing Approaches 5 30pm 7 00pm Matt Andrews associate professor at Harvard Kennedy School s Center for International Development will discuss this topic Oct 23 A Coup in Bamako How Mali s Government Lost and Regained Political Legitimacy 2012 13 5 30pm 7 00pm Bruce Whitehouse assistant professor of anthropology at Lehigh University will discuss this topic Oct 23 DATE CORRECTION 10 23 Human Security and Security Sector Reform in the Democratic Republic of the Congo New Research and Approaches 2 30pm 4 30pm Jocelyn Kelly director of the Women in War Program for the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and Lena Slachmuijlder vice president of programs at Search for Common Ground will discuss this topic Note This event is on Wednesday October 23 Oct 18 The Millionaire and the Mummies Theodore Davis s Gilded Age in the Valley of the Kings 11 30pm 2 00am John Adams Egyptophile and author of The Millionaire and the Mummies Theodore Davis s Gilded Age in the Valley of the Kings will discuss his new book Oct 16 D R Congo How the Kampala Talks and the Concentrations Nationales Undermine the Rule of Law and Fuel Instability 5 30pm 7 00pm Albert Moleka 82 chief of staff to Etienne Tshisekedi leader of the Union for Democracy and Social Progress UDPS political party and former prime minister of Zaire will discuss this topic Oct 15 The Struggle for Freedom in Kenya 9 30pm 11 00pm Raila Odinga former prime minister of Kenya will discuss his newly published autobiography Flame of Freedom Oct 3 Shrinking Democratic Space

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  • Arabic
    further broaden their knowledge of the Arabic language and enhance their awareness of cultural differences PRE PROFICIENCY LEVELS Arabic language training in the Middle East Language Program offers two years two semesters each of core language centered coursework which introduces students to both formal and colloquial Arabic via the use of authentic materials Students are expected to reach the Intermediate Low level by the end of the first year and the Intermediate Mid II level by the end of the second year Novice Arabic Level 1 This is the first in a four course sequence It uses a student centered approach to introduce basic grammatical structures and sound patterns of Arabic In this course students will begin to master pronunciation listening speaking reading and writing skills in Arabic The development of these skills is vital for the process of communication Students entering this course are expected to achieve the Novice High level on the ACTFL scale American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Novice High Arabic Level 2 This is a continuation of Novice Arabic This course is designed to reinforce and continue fulfilling the objectives set for Novice Arabic in terms of equipping the students to be able to communicate in basic daily life situations and helping them to progress to the Intermediate Low level This course focuses on strengthening the four main language skills Lessons focus on the skills of reading and listening and introduce more complex grammatical structures In addition to the main textbook further materials from daily newspapers and Arabic media broadcasts will be introduced Intermediate Low Arabic Level 3 This is the third in a four course sequence in the SAIS Arabic Program Students entering this course are expected to achieve the Intermediate Mid level by the end of the semester The course aims to expand vocabulary and to further develop the four main skills The course aims to help students successfully perform linguistics tasks gain self confidence and expand their risk taking in real life communicative situations The language that students practice in class reflects what they would use in an Arabic speaking environment Intermediate Mid I Arabic Level 4 This is the fourth in a four course sequence It provides additional practice to help students attain a higher level of linguistic accuracy The course favors a skill based approach in which students gain mastery of the language through the use of authentic materials e g periodicals video and radio documentaries This course seeks to build a media vocabulary to enable students to grasp the gist of newspaper articles or news broadcasts with minimal use of the dictionary The selection of the materials is based on the complexity of the tasks and the students professional interests Grammar and vocabulary are integrated into task based activities and incorporated in all class activities Teaching techniques are student centered with the instructor acting as facilitator The ultimate goal is to make students independent users of Arabic POST PROFICIENCY LEVELS In addition to the Basic Program we

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  • Arabic | SAIS
    students ability to use the language in daily life situations They also lay the foundation for studies at the advanced stage Post proficiency courses continue to develop the main language skills providing students with specialized vocabulary to further broaden their knowledge of the Arabic language and enhance their awareness of cultural differences PRE PROFICIENCY LEVELS Arabic language training in the Middle East Language Program offers two years two semesters each of core language centered coursework which introduces students to both formal and colloquial Arabic via the use of authentic materials Students are expected to reach the Intermediate Low level by the end of the first year and the Intermediate Mid II level by the end of the second year Novice Arabic Level 1 This is the first in a four course sequence It uses a student centered approach to introduce basic grammatical structures and sound patterns of Arabic In this course students will begin to master pronunciation listening speaking reading and writing skills in Arabic The development of these skills is vital for the process of communication Students entering this course are expected to achieve the Novice High level on the ACTFL scale American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Novice High Arabic Level 2 This is a continuation of Novice Arabic This course is designed to reinforce and continue fulfilling the objectives set for Novice Arabic in terms of equipping the students to be able to communicate in basic daily life situations and helping them to progress to the Intermediate Low level This course focuses on strengthening the four main language skills Lessons focus on the skills of reading and listening and introduce more complex grammatical structures In addition to the main textbook further materials from daily newspapers and Arabic media broadcasts will be introduced Intermediate Low Arabic Level 3 This is the third in a four course sequence in the SAIS Arabic Program Students entering this course are expected to achieve the Intermediate Mid level by the end of the semester The course aims to expand vocabulary and to further develop the four main skills The course aims to help students successfully perform linguistics tasks gain self confidence and expand their risk taking in real life communicative situations The language that students practice in class reflects what they would use in an Arabic speaking environment Intermediate Mid I Arabic Level 4 This is the fourth in a four course sequence It provides additional practice to help students attain a higher level of linguistic accuracy The course favors a skill based approach in which students gain mastery of the language through the use of authentic materials e g periodicals video and radio documentaries This course seeks to build a media vocabulary to enable students to grasp the gist of newspaper articles or news broadcasts with minimal use of the dictionary The selection of the materials is based on the complexity of the tasks and the students professional interests Grammar and vocabulary are integrated into task based activities and

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  • Bernard L. Schwartz Globalization Initiative
    76 Thursday March 13 2014 The Status Quo Crisis Global Financial Governance after the 2008 Financial Meltdown 77 Eric Helleiner 78 University of Waterloo 4 30 6 00 pm in Room 736 of the Bernstein Offit Building 1717 Massachusetts Avenue NW Watch it here 79 Thursday April 10 2014 The Eurozone Crisis and the Erosion of Democratic Legitimacy in the EU 80 David Cameron 81 Yale University 4 30 6 00 pm in Room 736 of the Bernstein Offit Building 1717 Massachusetts Avenue NW Watch it here 82 Thursday September 12 2013 Of Death and Taxes The Politics of Health Inequality in Comparative Perspective 83 Julie Lynch 84 University of Pennsylvania Watch it here 85 Thursday October 3 2013 Cognitive Mobility Native Responses to Supply Shocks in the Space of Ideas 86 Kirk Doran 87 University of Notre Dame Watch it here 88 Thursday November 7 2013 Russia Europe and the Gas Revolution Firms and Geopolitics in the Age of Shale 89 Rawi Abdelal 90 Harvard Business School Watch it here 91 Thursday December 5 2013 The Emperor Has No Clothes The Limits of OPEC in the World Oil Market 92 Jeff Colgan 93 American University SIS Watch it here 94 Thursday January 31 2013 Bringing Them All Back Home Dollar Diminution and American Power 95 Jonathan Kirshner 96 Cornell University Thursday April 11 2013 Ideas versus Vested Interests in Economics 97 Robert Skidelsky 98 98 House of Lords and University of Warwick Thursday September 13 2012 Where s Main Street Collective Action Production Structures and the Problems of Securing a New and Stable Regime of Accumulation 99 Herman Schwartz 100 University of Virginia Thursday October 11 2012 Categories Creditworthiness and Contagion How Investors Shortcuts Affect Sovereign Debt Markets 101 Layna Mosley 102 University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Challenges Facing the World Trade System 103 Columbia University September 30 2014 and Johns Hopkins University SAIS October 1 and 2 2014 Day 1 October 1 2014 Kenney Auditorium Nitze Building SAIS 5 30 6 pm Reception with Coffee and Cookies 6 8 pm Opening Panel and Roundtable on The Trade Architecture Today Moderator Pravin Krishna Johns Hopkins Speakers Ewa Bjorling Minister of Trade Sweden Jagdish Bhagwati Columbia Anne Krueger Johns Hopkins CLICK HERE TO RSVP 104 FOR DAY 1 Day 2 October 2 2014 Kenney Auditorium Nitze Building SAIS Session I 9 00 10 15 am The World Trading System Chair James Riedel Johns Hopkins Paper 1 The World Trading System Challenges and Possible Responses 105 Authors Jagdish Bhagwati Columbia Pravin Krishna Johns Hopkins and Arvind Panagariya Columbia Discussant Lucian Cernat European Commission Coffee Break 10 15 10 30 am Session II 10 30 1 00 pm Critical Issues in Trade Chair Arvind Panagariya Columbia Paper 2 On Anti dumping Duties and Subsidies within Bilateral Agreements 106 Author Tom Prusa Rutgers Discussant Chad Bown World Ban Paper 3 Evaluating Trade Facilitation 107 Author Bernard Hoekman European University Institute Discussant Caroline Freund Peterson Institute for International Economics Paper 4 Agriculture Food

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  • Pravin Krishna | SAIS
    with Jagdish Bhagwati and Arvind Panagariya MIT Press 1999 PUBLISHED AND FORTHCOMING ARTICLES Wage Effects of Trade Reform with Endogenous Worker Mobility with Jennifer Poole and Mine Senses Forthcoming Journal of International Economics 2014 International Trade and Labor Income Risk in the United States with Mine Senses Review of Economic Studies Forthcoming 2014 Complexity Comparative Advantage and Volatility with Andrei Levchenko Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 2013 On the Theory and Empirics of Preferential Trade Agreements Palgrave Handbook of International Trade Bernhofen et al editors Palgrave McMillan UK 2013 Preferential Trade Agreements and the World Trade System A Multilateralist View in Feenstra and Taylor editors Globalization in an Age of Crisis NBER University of Chicago Press 2013 Trade Labor Market Frictions and Residual Wage Inequality across Worker Groups with Jennifer Poole and Mine Senses Papers and Proceedings of the American Economic Association American Economic Review 2012 Trade and Income Inequality in India with Guru Sethupathy in India Trade Poverty Inequality and Democracy Bhagwati and Panagariya editors Oxford University Press 2012 Lobbying Competition over Trade Policy with Kishore Gawande and Marcelo Olarreaga International Economic Review 2012 Trade Adjustment and Labor Income Risk with Mine Senses in Hoekman and Porto eds Trade Adjustment Costs in Developing Countries Impacts Determinants and Policy Responses World Bank 2010 Trade Poverty and Lagging Regions in South Asia with Devashish Mitra and Asha Sundaram in The Poor Half Billion in South Asia Ejaz Ghani ed Oxford University Press 2010 Trade Policy Income Risk and Welfare With Tom Krebs and William Maloney Review of Economics and Statistics 2010 What Governments Maximize and Why A View from International Trade International Organization 2009 Multilateralism Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy 2009 Regionalism Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy 2009 Reciprocated Unilateralism in Trade Policy with Majority Voting with Devashish Mitra Journal of Development Economics 2007 Trade Policy Human Capital and Income Risk with Tom Krebs and William Maloney in Elias Dinopoulos Pravin Krishna Arvind Panagariya and Kar Yiu Wong eds Globalization Problems and Prospects Essays in Honor of Jagdish Bhagwati Routledge 2007 Foreign Lobbies and US Trade Policy with Kishore Gawande and Michael Robbins Review of Economics and Statistics 2006 Preferential Trade Agreements in The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics Blume and Durlauf editors 2006 Reciprocated Unilateralism A Political Economy Approach with Devashish Mitra Journal of International Economics 2005 The Economics of Preferential Trade Agreements in the Handbook of International Trade James Hartigan ed Basil Blackwell 2005 The Factor Content of Bilateral Trade An Empirical Test with Yong Seok Choi Journal of Political Economy 2004 Unilateralism in Trade Policy with Devashish Mitra in The Political Economy of Trade Aid and Investment Policies Panagariya and Mitra eds Elsevier 2004 Are Regional Trading Partners Natural Journal of Political Economy 2003 On the Existence of Necessarily Welfare Improving Free Trade Areas with Arvind Panagariya Journal of International Economics 2002 The Political Economy of Trade Policy Empirical Approaches with Kishore Gawande in Handbook of International Trade James Harrigan ed Basil Blackwell 2003 Market

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  • Eliot A. Cohen | SAIS
    College In February 1990 he joined the Policy Planning Staff of the Office of the Secretary of Defense and in July of that year he was appointed professor of strategic studies at SAIS From April 2007 through January 2009 he served as Counselor of the Department of State A principal officer of the Department he had special responsibility for advising the Secretary on matters pertaining to Iraq Afghanistan Iran Pakistan and Russia as well as general strategic issues He represented the Department of State in interagency coordination with senior National Security Council staff Department of Defense and intelligence community officials on a number of issues including the Syrian North Korean reactor crisis of 2007 and the Somali piracy problem in 2008 Eliot Cohen is the author of Conquered into Liberty Two Centuries of Battles along the Great Warpath that made the American Way of War 2011 winner of the Society of Colonial Wars annual book award and the Huntington prize winning Supreme Command Soldiers Statesmen and Leadership in Wartime 2002 His other books are Commandos and Politicians 1978 and Citizens and Soldiers 1985 He is as well co author of Military Misfortunes The Anatomy of Failure in War 1990 Revolution in Warfare Air Power in the Persian Gulf 1995 and Knives Tanks and Missiles Israel s Security Revolution 1998 and co editor of Strategy in the Contemporary World 2002 and War over Kosovo 2001 In 1991 1993 he directed and edited the official study of air power in the 1991 war with Iraq For his leadership of The Gulf War Air Power Survey which included eleven book length reports he received the Air Force s decoration for exceptional civilian service His articles have appeared in numerous scholarly and popular journals and he is as well the author of several widely

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  • Vali R. Nasr | SAIS
    Ph D Dean 202 663 5624 ddejban1 jhu edu Expertise Regions Iran Middle East Pakistan South Asia Topics American Foreign Policy International Relations Islamic Religion Culture and Law Nation building and Democratization Languages Persian Background and Education A Middle East scholar foreign policy adviser and commentator on international relations whose most recent book The Dispensable Nation deals with the implications of Obama administration s foreign policy on American strategic interests His earlier books Forces of Fortune and The Shia Revival examined the postwar sectarian violence in Iraq and the uprisings known as the Arab Spring and contributed to U S policy formulated in response to those events prior to being named SAIS dean was a professor of international politics at Tufts University s Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy from 2009 to 2011 was special adviser to the president s special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan served on the faculties of the Naval Postgraduate School Stanford University the University of California San Diego and the University of San Diego was a Carnegie Scholar and a senior fellow at Harvard University s Kennedy School of Government an adjunct senior fellow for Middle Eastern studies at the Council on Foreign Relations and

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  • Deborah Bräutigam | SAIS
    Aid and Global Poverty Governance Economics Economic Development Globalization Oil Politics Sustainable Development Food Security Newly Industrialized Countries Privatization and Private Sector Development Rural Development International Debt Nation building and Democratization Background and Education Dr Deborah Bräutigam is the Bernard L Schwartz Professor of Political Economy Director of the International Development Program and Director of the China Africa Research Initiative at Johns Hopkins University s School of Advanced International Studies SAIS Her most recent books include The Dragon s Gift The Real Story of China in Africa OUP 2010 and Will Africa Feed China OUP 2015 Before joining SAIS in 2012 she taught at Columbia University and American University Dr Bräutigam s teaching and research focus on international development strategies governance and foreign aid She has twice won the Fulbright research award and is a recipient of fellowships from the Council on Foreign Relations the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and research grants from the UK Economic and Social Research Council ESRC and the UK Centre for Economic Policy and Research CEPR She has served as a consultant for Transparency International the United Nations the World Bank DFID GIZ DANIDA the African Development Bank and USAID and has provided commentary to the Financial Times the New York Times the Guardian CNN NPR Al Jazeera VOA CCTV and MSNBC Dr Bräutigam has been a visiting scholar at the World Bank a senior research fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute IFPRI and advised more than a dozen governments on China Africa relations Her Ph D is from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy Tufts University Teaching 2015 04 01 00 00 00 Spring 2016 China in Africa SA 400 766 01 Show Details This course cri This course critically examining China s rapidly growing economic political and social

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