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  • Master of Arts in International Affairs | SAIS
    at SAIS Bologna Arabic French German Italian Portuguese Russian Spanish Cooperative Degree Programs SAIS Europe offers cooperative two year degree programs with leading European universities Students may begin their course of study at either institution earning a Diploma or Master s degree from both Cooperative degree candidates satisfy SAIS Europe s prerequisites in economics and languages and write an original 20 000 word thesis Students apply to both institutions Institut d études politiques de Lille Sciences Po Lille France Students who are pursuing their first year of study for the Master s cycle at Lille can apply to SAIS Europe in Bologna for a second year of study Upon successful completion of their second year at SAIS Europe students will earn both a Master s degree from Sciences Po and Master of Arts in International Affairs M A I A from SAIS Students who begin at SAIS Europe will earn the Bologna Diploma and then go on to pursue a Master s at Sciences Po Lille Diplomatic Academy of Vienna Austria Students who begin the program in Vienna can apply to spend their second year of study in Bologna at SAIS Europe Upon successful completion of study students earn a M A I A from SAIS Students who begin their first year of study at SAIS Europe can spend their second year at the Diplomatic Academy Upon successful completion of their second year in Vienna students earn both a Master of Advanced International Studies M A I S from the Diplomatic Academy and a Bologna Diploma University of Leiden the Netherlands Students who are pursuing their first year of Master s study at Leiden can apply to SAIS Europe in Bologna for a second year of study Upon successful completion of their second year at SAIS Europe students will earn both a Master of Arts in International Relations Humanities from the University of Leiden and a M A I A from SAIS Students who begin at SAIS Europe will earn the Bologna Diploma and then go on to pursue a M A in International Relations at the University of Leiden University of Bologna Italy SAIS Europe offers four two year cooperative degree programs with the University of Bologna at campuses in Bologna Forlì and Rimini Facoltà di Scienze Politiche Bologna and Forlì Students who begin the program at the University of Bologna and complete their second year at SAIS Europe earn both a Laurea Magistrale in Relazioni Internazionali RILM and an M A I A from SAIS Those who begin at University of Bologna Forlì and complete their second year at SAIS Europe earn both a Laurea Magistrale in Scienze Internazionali e Diplomatiche SID and an M A I A from SAIS Students who complete their first year of study at SAIS Europe earn the Bologna Diploma and then pursue either the RILM or SID at the University of Bologna Resource Economics and Sustainable Development of the School of Economics Management and Statistics Rimini Students who begin the program at

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  • Master of Arts in Global Risk
    risk assessment Introduction to Statistics and take a number of elective courses Students also begin work on their capstone project a client based professional practicum or an original research paper under the supervision of a Johns Hopkins SAIS faculty member which they then conclude and present during their second summer term Academic Calendar Summer term Economic Foundations of Risk Risk in International Economics Math Review for Risk Assessment Fall Semester Risk in the International Political Economy Risk in Political Thought Stability and Instability in Democratic Societies Introduction to Statistics 1 Elective Course Faculty Research Seminar Inter session course Fundamentals of Corporate Finance Spring Semester Quantitative Approaches to Risk Assessment Sources of Risk in Global Politics 3 Elective Courses Faculty Research Seminar Summer Capstone Employment Outcomes The MGR degree provides students with the skills concepts and analytical techniques required to understand and manage global risk factors in public policy and private sector decision making MGR graduates are prepared for a variety of roles in the public private and nonprofit sectors such as Consultancies political risk environmental public health city planning public affairs The energy sector political affairs upstream downstream exploration International organizations e g European Commission UN World Bank OSCE NATO Government foreign service military and intelligence emergency management The financial sector financial services asset management rating agencies banking and insurance The SAIS Europe Office of Career Services works closely with MGR students to guide their professional development and job searches Given its strategic location in the heart of Europe Bologna provides a convenient base for seeking employment in major capitals across the continent where active networks of Johns Hopkins SAIS alumni occupy the highest ranks in European policymaking business and nongovernmental organizations Furthermore access to the professional positions in the sectors mentioned above would be facilitated by the internship opportunities and institutional relationships that are already available to SAIS Europe in policy research public affairs consulting international business development financial and macroeconomic analysis political movements central banking and more Faculty SAIS Europe faculty have extensive experience in risk analysis In addition to authoring cutting edge publications they collaborate with government agencies international organizations and the private sector creating a classroom atmosphere that is both academically rigorous and practical in orientation Our faculty includes Marco Cesa 5 teaches Risk in Political Thought and various classes in International Relations at SAIS Europe A professor at the University of Bologna and SAIS Europe he has taught also at the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna and the Paris School of International Affairs SciencesPo Mainly interested in the conceptual and theoretical foundations of International Relations he also conducts research in Political Theory and History of Political Thought He is currently working on an anthology of the counter poised speeches on foreign policy by Francesco Guicciardini In his course Risk in Political Thought he exposes students to an rich tradition of thought about and decisions in risky situation The course is designed to familiarize students with the various ways historians political philosophers have emphasized how uncertainty permeates

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  • Marco Cesa | SAIS
    2014 Great Powers in An Introduction to International Relations by R Devetak A Burke and J George eds 2011 Allies Yet Rivals International Politics in 18th Century Europe 2010 Le relazioni internazionali 2004 Politica e economia internazionale Introduzione alle teorie di International Political Economy 1996 Le ragioni della forza Tucidide e la teoria delle relazioni internazionali 1994 Defining Security The Case of Southern Europe and the Superpowers in the Mediterranean 1989 L equilibrio di potenza analisi storica e teorica del concetto 1987 contributor of articles and reviews to academic journals including Political Studies Teoria politica Rivista italiana di scienza politica and the British Journal of Politics and International Relations Teaching 2015 02 25 00 00 00 Fall 2014 Theories of International Relations SA 100 761 Show Details Provides a set Provides a set of tools for explaining basic patterns of international conflict and cooperation Examines leading schools of thought including Realism Liberalism and Constructivism Survey topics include strategic bargaining among states nuclear deterrence international change international institutions international economic forces and their impact on national policies domestic political regimes and foreign policy decision making the future of international relations Cross listed Core Courses International Relations Fall 2014 Strategy and Policy SA 660 740 Show Details An introduction An introduction to strategic studies that explores how military means are used to serve political ends The syllabus is arranged both thematically and chronologically focusing each week on a few key concepts while over the semester covering the evolution of modern warfare since the late 19th century The guiding heuristic is Carl von Clausewitz s On War which is contrasted with several alternate paradigms STRAT Spring 2015 Alliances and International Relations SA 640 714 Show Details Examines the fa Examines the factors which cause the formation sustain the maintenance and occasion the breakdown

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  • Raffaella A. Del Sarto | SAIS
    and North Africa as the EU s Southern Buffer Zone in Mediterranean Frontiers Borders Conflicts and Memory in a Transnational World 2010 Back to Square One The Netanyahu Government and the Prospects for Middle East Peace in Mediterranean Politics 2009 Wording and Meaning s EU Israeli Political Cooperation according to the ENP Action Plan in Mediterranean Politics 2007 Contested State Identities and Regional Security in the Euro Mediterranean Area 2006 Teaching News 2015 04 13 00 00 00 Fall 2015 North Africa and the Middle East History Politics and Mediterranean Affairs SA 860 735 Show Details The course aims The course aims at introducing students to the history politics and trans Mediterranean relations of North Africa and the Mediterranean Middle East MENA Starting with the exploration of the emergence of the modern state system in the region the course will examine the post colonial politics of the MENA countries In this context a number of key issues will be addressed such as state society relations authoritarianism and reform the role of the military regional dynamics conflicts the strategic importance of the region political Islam and democracy and human rights Particular attention will be paid to the relations of the MENA states to their European neighbor s including to the European Union as a whole in the realms of trade migration and democracy promotion The course will conclude with a discussion of the recent Arab uprisings and their implications for the politics and international relations of the MENA region Spring 2016 Israeli Palestinian Conflict History Politics Narratives SA 860 707 Show Details The Israeli Pal The Israeli Palestinian conflict is among the most protracted and seemingly irresolvable conflicts of modern times It is also a conflict that attracts much international attention while standing at the centre of heated political debates The objective of this course is to provide an in depth understanding of the Israeli Palestinian conflict from its origin to the present starting with the clash between Zionism and Arab Palestinian nationalism during the British Mandate the period of interstate rivalry between Israel and its Arab neighbours the watershed event of the 1967 war and the return to a struggle between Israel and the Palestinians in the last decades While the course is structured chronologically special attention will be paid to the different interpretations of history and the contrasting narratives of the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians Of central importance are the questions of why the Israeli Palestinian conflict has not been solved yet and whether peace is possible Cross listed Middle East Studies International Development International Relations CM December 9 2014 Borders in Transition Rethinking Sovereignty Domestic Politics and International Relations in the MENA Region Show Details Raffaella A De Raffaella A Del Sarto Associate Professor of Middle East Studies organized a conference at the European University Institute titled Borders in Transition Rethinking Sovereignty Domestic Politics and International Relations in the MENA Region October 2 2013 Defining Borders and People in the Borderlands EU Policies Israeli Prerogatives and the

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  • Justin Frosini | SAIS
    in several projects sponsored by the European Union to provide on line training for judges in Albania BiH Croatia Macedonia Montenegro and Serbia He is co director of the Summer School European Union and Legal Reform Igalo Montenegro Prior to beginning his academic career Frosini was an active politician at a local level and in 2007 he was elected to the Constituent Assembly of Democratic Party of Emilia Romagna Frosini is also a member of the scientific committee of the Istituto De Gasperi member of the scientific board of Istituzioni del Federalismo member of the editorial board of Diritto pubblico comparato ed europeo and Quaderni costituzionali Cronache dall estero Ph D constitutional law University of Bologna Publications Author of a book on the legal value of constitutional preambles as well as several articles and book chapters in English Italian and Spanish in the field of comparative constitutional law with particular attention for federalism regionalism and devolution constitutional justice and forms of government Download Curriculum Vitae PDF Teaching News 2015 04 13 00 00 00 Spring 2015 Constitutional Development and Democratization SA 650 732 Show Details There have been There have been dramatic constitutional developments and legal reform in recent years in all developing or emerging regions of the world one just has to think of the Arab Spring The spread of general principles of human rights and constitutional representative government based on the rule of law as either spurs for development or desirable outcomes of development seems both possible and urgently necessary The course examines the nature fate and prospects for constitutional development and democratization in developing states from the perspective of comparative constitutional law using case studies drawn from different parts of the world In particular the course employs the methods typically used in the analysis of comparative constitutional

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  • Master of Arts in Global Risk | SAIS
    developed in the realm of elections political parties policies and protests at the national and sub national levels of analysis Sources of Risk in Domestic Politics apply quantitative approaches to risk assessment Introduction to Statistics and take a number of elective courses Students also begin work on their capstone project a client based professional practicum or an original research paper under the supervision of a Johns Hopkins SAIS faculty member which they then conclude and present during their second summer term Academic Calendar Summer term Economic Foundations of Risk Risk in International Economics Math Review for Risk Assessment Fall Semester Risk in the International Political Economy Risk in Political Thought Stability and Instability in Democratic Societies Introduction to Statistics 1 Elective Course Faculty Research Seminar Inter session course Fundamentals of Corporate Finance Spring Semester Quantitative Approaches to Risk Assessment Sources of Risk in Global Politics 3 Elective Courses Faculty Research Seminar Summer Capstone Employment Outcomes The MGR degree provides students with the skills concepts and analytical techniques required to understand and manage global risk factors in public policy and private sector decision making MGR graduates are prepared for a variety of roles in the public private and nonprofit sectors such as Consultancies political risk environmental public health city planning public affairs The energy sector political affairs upstream downstream exploration International organizations e g European Commission UN World Bank OSCE NATO Government foreign service military and intelligence emergency management The financial sector financial services asset management rating agencies banking and insurance The SAIS Europe Office of Career Services works closely with MGR students to guide their professional development and job searches Given its strategic location in the heart of Europe Bologna provides a convenient base for seeking employment in major capitals across the continent where active networks of Johns Hopkins SAIS alumni occupy the highest ranks in European policymaking business and nongovernmental organizations Furthermore access to the professional positions in the sectors mentioned above would be facilitated by the internship opportunities and institutional relationships that are already available to SAIS Europe in policy research public affairs consulting international business development financial and macroeconomic analysis political movements central banking and more Faculty SAIS Europe faculty have extensive experience in risk analysis In addition to authoring cutting edge publications they collaborate with government agencies international organizations and the private sector creating a classroom atmosphere that is both academically rigorous and practical in orientation Our faculty includes Marco Cesa teaches Risk in Political Thought and various classes in International Relations at SAIS Europe A professor at the University of Bologna and SAIS Europe he has taught also at the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna and the Paris School of International Affairs SciencesPo Mainly interested in the conceptual and theoretical foundations of International Relations he also conducts research in Political Theory and History of Political Thought He is currently working on an anthology of the counter poised speeches on foreign policy by Francesco Guicciardini In his course Risk in Political Thought he exposes students to an

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  • Master of International Economics and Finance
    accounting applied econometrics financial modeling David Longstaff Resume 19 Interests Finance for development soveriegn debt debt restructuring particularly in Latin America international finance trade theory and policy emerging markets political economy multilateral development cooperation and strategy economic growth sustainable development and poverty reduction Joyu Mo Resume 20 Interests Trade policy international trade developing economies and development in China Medha Nair Resume 21 Ziheng Peng Resume 22 Charles Plambeck Resume 23 Interests Economic development international finance behavioral economics and game theory international relations political economy Marguerite Tall Resume 24 Interests Investment management investment banking private equity consulting impact investing research private sector development DFIs frontier and emerging markets Sub Saharan Africa Natasha Verma Resume 25 Interests Public Private Partnerships in developing countries microfinance international trade emerging markets trade policy Zihao Wang Resume 26 Yiran Xin Jinghan Xu Resume 27 Interests International trade and development strategy and decision making industry analysis and management economic development Yi Xue Resume 28 Interests International trade political economy corporate finance Yizi Zhang Resume 29 Interests International finance econometric modeling mulitilateral financial institutions Huiyuan Zhao Interests International economics monetary policy financial markets emerging markets corporate finance Yiyun Zhu Resume 30 Interests Financial decision making corporate finance private sector consulting Jillian Zirnhelt Alumni Class of 2015 Alexander Avramov Resume 31 Interests Research Monetary Policy and Currencies International Finance Central Banks Operations and International Cooperation Between Central Banks Eastern European Economies Yang Fei Resume 32 Interests Decision making under uncertainty Project finance and corporate valuation Risk modeling Monte Carlo simulation Time series analysis and applied econometrics Open financial markets and economic incentives Yan Fu Nandita Garg Resume 33 Interests Financial Inclusion Women s Empowerment Infrastructure Development by Non Traditional Methods Public Private Partnerships in Developing Countries and Gender Equality via Evolving Social Norms Arielle Guterman Resume 34 Interests While working in Hong Kong as a quantitative analyst I gained a true understanding and appreciation for how interconnected the world through economics and finance I wanted to study it further so I decided to come to SAIS and study International Economics and Finance with the intention of acquiring more tools and knowledge to better evaluate financial situations from an Economics point of view After SAIS I hope to continue on to a career where I am constantly challenged and always learning A job where I am able to apply the skills I developed at SAIS and be able to bring a diverse point of view when looking at the intersection of Economics and Finance Sharjil Haque Resume 35 Publications 36 Interests Open Economy Macroeconomics International Capital Markets Investment Analysis Econometric Modeling Analysis Emerging and Frontier Markets Jason Ho Resume 37 Interests Global Transport and Logistics Energy Commodity Analysis State Led Capitalism Sovereign Debt Management Zixuan Huang Ivana Ilic Peter Johansson Resume 38 Publications 39 Interests International Finance Macroeconomics and Monetary Policy Political Economy Meghan Khosla Resume 40 Interests Compliance risk and regulation with focus in private sector transactions in emerging markets Koshu Kunii Resume 41 Interests International Finance Monetary Economics

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  • Master of International Public Policy
    Organization U S Air Force U S Agency for International Development Voice of America World Bank Curriculum The M I P P degree consists of eight non language courses completed full time over one year Students in consultation with an academic adviser design their own plan of study that is both academically rigorous and professionally relevant as they prepare for the next phase in their career Affiliations M I P P students may choose to add an affiliation to their degree which provides an opportunity for students to develop a stronger background in a particular area and directly connect with faculty and students in that area Language Full time M I P P students are welcome to add SAIS foreign language courses at no additional charge however the courses do not count toward the eight non language classes required for graduation All non native speakers of English must pass an English placement exam Non native English speakers graduating from the M I P P program in Bologna are required to pass an English proficiency exam The following programs will accept M I P P affiliates American Foreign Policy 4 Conflict Management 5 Energy Resources and Environment 6 Limited Enrollment Global Theory and History 7 International Development 8 Limited Enrollment International Economics 9 International Law and Organizations 10 International Political Economy 10 Strategic Studies 11 African Studies 12 Canadian Studies 13 China Studies 14 European and Eurasian Studies 15 Japan Studies 16 Korea Studies 17 Latin American Studies 18 Middle East Studies 19 South Asia Studies 20 Southeast Asia Studies 21 Affiliation Requirements Each program accepting affiliates has selected their own requirements Affiliations require students to complete a minimum of three courses offered by their program or cross listed with their program of affiliation However programs may set additional requirements like languages additional courses or specific required courses To see a detailed description of the requirements for each affiliation click here 22 Additional Information For additional information on selecting an affiliation and registering for affiliated courses click here 23 Co Curricular What is Student Life Like M I P P s contribute both inside and outside the classroom M I P P s participate in and lead community wide events and events exclusively for the M I P P cohort From case and simulation sessions to international dinners and alumni receptions M I P P students are making connections and building their network Here is a sample of the M I P P specific programs coming in 2014 2015 M I P P Career Strategy Series Fall and Spring M I P P students meet with an executive coach to design a strategy for continued career growth or in preparation for a career transition Leadership Strategies for Decision Makers Fall Through working in small teams with other M I P P of diverse backgrounds M I P P s analyze complex international scenarios under the guidance and with instruction from a SAIS faculty member M I P P Professional Development Series

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