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  • Charles F. Doran | SAIS
    Charles F Doran Charles F Doran Ph D Andrew W Mellon Professor of International Relations Canadian Studies Global Theory and History Energy Resources and Environment International Political Economy Nitze 510 202 663 5715 cfdoran jhu edu Expertise Topics American Foreign Policy Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Foreign Aid and American Foreign Policy Globalization Energy Issues Energy and Security Oil Politics OPEC Political Risk Analysis International Political Economy International Relations Military Power and Strategy NAFTA Background and Education Charles Doran is the Andrew W Mellon Professor of International Relations Director of the Global Theory and History Program and Director of Canadian Studies He also oversees General International Relations at SAIS and established the SAIS Global Politics and Religion Initiative Before joining the SAIS faculty in 1979 he was professor and director of the international relations program at Rice University An analyst of structural change and security in world politics Doran created the power cycle theory of state rise and decline revolutionizing the static understanding of neo realism A symposium at the Indian Institute for Advanced Studies Shimla 2002 and an entire issue of International Political Science Review 2003 were devoted to it It is also featured in The Encyclopedia of Political Science and in international relations textbooks worldwide His honors include Donner Medal Governor General s International Award and APSA Lifetime Achievement Award in Canadian Studies and the International Studies Association s Distinguished Scholar Award Foreign Policy Doran has published over 100 referred articles and books on the Great Powers origins of major war Middle East conflict oil politics energy security political economy and contemporary evolving power cycles He has directed major research projects on North American trade Persian Gulf energy security and U S German Japanese relations He has consulted widely on international political security for the oil banking and chemical

    Original URL path: http://www.sais-jhu.edu/charles-doran (2015-11-11)
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  • Leila G Austin | SAIS
    Italy Nanjing China You are here Leila G Austin Leila G Austin Leila G Austin Professorial Lecturer International Relations Global Theory and History 1619 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington DC 20036 202 663 5635 laustin jhu edu Background and Education Leila Austin Ph D SAIS Professorial Lecturer in Global Theory and History and Middle East Studies currently serves as deputy director of Cultural Conversations at the Foreign Policy Institute at SAIS She also teaches in the Global Security Studies department of Johns Hopkins University s Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the American University s School of International Service She has previously taught at Columbia University s School of International and Public Affairs SIPA and Bryn Mawr College Dr Austin is consultant to Freedom House and Voice of America Her research interests include the role of religion literature and political culture more generally in defining politics and policy making history and politics of the Middle East and North Africa and political economic policy in the Middle East and Latin America She received her Ph D in political science from Columbia University and her M A in International Affairs from the Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies SAIS

    Original URL path: http://www.sais-jhu.edu/leila-austin (2015-11-11)
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  • Global Politics and Religion Initiative | SAIS
    Catholic University Peter Ochs University of Virginia Katherine Marshall Georgetown University Eric Patterson Regent University Georgetown University Cameron Chisholm International Peace Security Institute Fee The course fee is 300 includes all course materials and food For current graduate students the course fee is reduced to 100 Payment Payment in full is required no later than Monday December 2 2013 Payment can be mailed to 1619 Massachusetts Avenue NW Washington DC 20036 attn Christine Kunkel GPRI SAIS accepts MasterCard and VISA as well as checks money orders and cashier s checks made payable to Johns Hopkins University SAIS No cash payments will be accepted For bank wire transfer information contact the SAIS Business Office at 202 663 5661 Refunds The course fee is refundable only when the participant submits a request in writing to ckunkel jhu edu Refund amounts will be determined by the date and time the email is submitted according to the schedule listed below Before 2pm on November 18 90 Between 2pm on November 18 and 2pm on November 25 50 After 2pm on November 25 No tuition will be refunded Executive Workshop Schedule Thursday December 5 2013 Welcome and Continental Breakfast Opening Remarks Separation of Church and State The First Amendment and U S Engagement with Religious Communities Abroad Melissa Rogers White House Office of Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships pending approval Panel Discussion Understanding the Religious Dynamics of Conflict Eric Patterson Regent University and Georgetown University Ways in which religious issues interact with conflict Where do we draw the line between religious and other identities To what extent is religion the cause of conflict How religious is religious extremism Do religion related problems always have a religious solution Luncheon speaker Media Religion and Conflict Practitioners Overview Principles of Engagement Biases Reading the Religious Landscape Defining Religious Identity Peter Ochs University of Virginia How do people experience religion at different levels of conflict Friday December 6 2013 Keynote Communities of Faith as Partners in Conflict Stabilization Jerry White DOS CSO Deputy Assistant Secretary Panel Discussion Understanding the Religious Dynamics of Conflict Resolution and Peace building Qamar ul Huda USIP Maryann Cusimano Love Catholic University Katherine Marshall Georgetown University What are the advantages and disadvantages of different modes of engagement with religious communities and actors interfaith dialogue coalition building etc What are the benefits of engaging with religious actors on non religious issues Case Study Religious Actors as Post Conflict Peace Brokers The Case of Colombia Luncheon Speaker The Challenges of Religious Pluralism and Conflict Resolution in Post Arab Spring Governments OR The Dynamics of Sectarian Conflict in the Syrian Civil War Practitioner s Corner Building Trust A View from the Field David Hunsicker USAID For more information please contact Christine Kunkel ckunkel jhu edu or 202 663 5772 GPRI Courses Faculty and Community Seminars Faculty Bios GPRI Events Contacts GPRI Courses Politics in the Name of God How to Make Sense of Religion s Influence on International Relations Professor and Jocelyne Cesari Fall 2012 The Role of

    Original URL path: http://www.sais-jhu.edu/atoz/global-politics-and-religion-initiative# (2015-11-11)
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  • Advanced Financial Accounting (An Online Course)
    Accounting An Online Course The Advanced section of the Financial Accounting online course enables an in depth exploration of financial accounting topics The primary objective of the course is to understand revenue recognition rules managing inventories financing costs and owner s equity The course covers a range of topics from calculating the cost of sales to accounting for stock transactions Course Number CS101B Term Fall 2013 Term SAIS Europe Campus

    Original URL path: http://www.sais-jhu.edu/print/209207 (2015-11-11)
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  • Corporate Valuation
    by Wall Street practitioners The seminar also discusses applications of key valuation concepts such as EBITDA Enterprise Value WACC accretion dilution and LBOs It includes practical examples and exercises The course is recommended for students interested in working on Wall Street or in the field of finance Date Saturday October 26 2013 9 00 a m 5 00 p m Instructor Training the Street Inc Course Number CS104 SA380 102

    Original URL path: http://www.sais-jhu.edu/print/209243 (2015-11-11)
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  • Financial Analysis
    non profit organizations NGO Students will analyze the three main financial statements i e balance sheet cash flows statement and income statement learn the basic tools for final ratio analysis and some of the basic differences in international accounting standards Students will learn how to organize and present accounting for specific projects as well as how to prepare and analyze business plans Accounting cases will be used and students will

    Original URL path: http://www.sais-jhu.edu/print/209241 (2015-11-11)
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  • Financial Modeling
    modeling skills through actual hands on construction of a financial model Each participant will build his her own interactive financial model from scratch to practice blending accounting finance and Excel skills Course Number CS103 SA380 103 Term Washington D C

    Original URL path: http://www.sais-jhu.edu/print/209244 (2015-11-11)
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  • International Financial Reporting Standards
    Accounting for Financial Statement Presentations The course includes a review of basic accounting a CD which covers the Conceptual Frameworks on International Accounting Standard a review of organizations and a short final assignment using International Standards Students will analyze the International Standard Financial Reporting Standard and International Accounting Standard They will learn how the impact of international standards impact comparisons and understand their scope as presented in financial statements and

    Original URL path: http://www.sais-jhu.edu/print/209242 (2015-11-11)
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