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  • SAIS Europe - Giving Instructions by Country | 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 SAIS Europe Giving Instructions by Country SAIS Europe Giving Instructions by Country 1 window location jQuery this val replace URL else sais page left nav switch jQuery this val Belgium Canada France Germany Ireland Italy Netherlands Poland Switzerland

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  • Giving | SAIS
    McHugh SAIS Europe Class Initiatives Help make the SAIS unique educational experience accessible to international students with the passion and talent to make a difference in international relations Designate your gift to your SAIS Europe Class Initiatives 1959 1963 1965 1967 1968 1971 1982 1983 1985 1987 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1995 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2006 2011 Successes Philanthropy and community building are key to our success We are extremely grateful to our generous donors who have made it possible to perpetuate the SAIS experience through a number of successfully concluded projects Dedications Celebrating donors for their commitment to SAIS is a meaningful way to foster a sense of community and belonging a priority for SAIS We honor our donors through named building spaces research programs Chairs bequests and fellowships The SAIS Europe Building The SAIS Europe building campaign was an incredible success story 90 percent of donors to the campaign are Bologna alumni Many have given individually many through a class initiative It was the exceptional generous and overwhelming response of alumni and friends to the campaign that made this project a reality Private philanthropy supported the SAIS Europe building renovation and addition the most ambitious project the Center has faced since its establishment in Via Belmeloro 11 Donors were recognized throughout the campus with named rooms and public spaces Make a Gift To make a gift please select the campus location below Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China Washington Donate Online Make a gift or pledge payment to SAIS by credit card onli ne If you would prefer to make a contribution by phone or have questions regarding your gift please call 202 663 5630 Donate by Mail Send a check made payable to SAIS to Office of Development and Alumni Relations Johns Hopkins University SAIS 1740 Massachusetts Avenue N W Washington D C 20036 Matching Gifts Many companies sponsor matching gift programs that increase the impact of their employees contributions by matching your gift dollar to dollar or perhaps even double or triple matching it Find out what your employer s policy is and help your gift go further Securities If you are interested in making a gift of securities please visit the Johns Hopkins Giving website at giving jhu edu securities You will be given complete instructions to ensure the efficient processing of your thoughtful contribution If you have questions about making a gift of a securities please contact Linda McGill in the Office of Gift Planning at 410 516 7954 or toll free at 800 548 1268 or by email at securitygifts jhu edu Planned Gifts There are many ways to support SAIS in addition to outright gifts Planned gifts allow SAIS to prepare for the future and may result in significant tax benefits or even a new source of income for you and your spouse For additional information please visit the Johns Hopkins Office of Gift Planning website at giving jhu edu giftplanning Europe Donate Online Make an online donation

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  • Media Advisory: Nov. 12, Evolution or Revolution? Restructuring Finance for a New Global Economy | SAIS
    D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here Media Advisory Nov 12 Evolution or Revolution Restructuring Finance for a New Global Economy Media Advisory Nov 12 Evolution or Revolution Restructuring Finance for a New Global Economy Title Evolution or Revolution Restructuring Finance for a New Global Economy Event date 4 30pm to 6 00pm Eastern Thursday November 12 2015 Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and the Foreign Policy Institute invite you to join a conversation with Bertrand Badré Managing Director and World Bank Group CFO The conversation will be moderated by Dr John Lipsky Senior Fellow Foreign Policy Institute Speaker Bertrand Badré was appointed in 2013 as the Managing Director for Finance and World Bank Group Chief Financial Officer MDCFO Prior to joining the World Bank Mr Badré was the Group Chief Financial Officer at Société Générale He also served as the Group Chief Financial Officer of Crédit Agricole from July 2007 to July 2011 Between 2004 and 2007 Mr Badré was Managing Director of Lazard in Paris responsible for the Financial Services Group In 2003 he was invited to join President Chirac s diplomatic team and was closely involved in the preparation of the G8 Summit in Evian Mr Badré is a graduate of ENA Ecole Nationale d Administration and Institut d Etudes Politiques de Pari He also studied history at Paris IV University La Sorbonne and graduated from HEC Hautes Études Commerciales in Paris business school Register online The event is open to the public and to media with registration Members of the working press may complete our registration form for access to cover the event Location Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies Nitze Building Kenney Auditorium 1740 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington DC 20036 Media contacts Nate Thompson Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International

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  • Media Advisory: Oct. 21, Emerging Trends in Global Energy, with Paolo Scaroni of The Rothschild Group | SAIS
    Energy with Paolo Scaroni of The Rothschild Group Media Advisory Oct 21 Emerging Trends in Global Energy with Paolo Scaroni of The Rothschild Group Title Emerging Trends in Global Energy Event date 12 30pm to 1 45pm Eastern October 21 2015 The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies welcomes media participants to attend a conversation Wednesday October 21 2015 Emerging Trends in Global Energy at the Nitze Building Kenney Auditorium 1740 Massachusetts Ave NW in Washington DC Our speaker Paolo Scaroni deputy chairman of financial advisory firm The Rothschild Group will discuss the future of oil prices the impact this will have on the Middle East and the global economy as well as the impact of natural gas and renewables on global energy Speaker bio Paolo Scaroni is Deputy Chairman Rothschild Group Chairman of Giuliani S p A and a member of the Boards of Veolia Paris and Columbia Business School New York Previously Paolo was CEO of Enel CEO of eni President General Manager of Saint Gobain Vitrage France EVP of Techint EVP of Falck S p A and MD of SIV S p A He was also President Automotive Products WorIdwide and CEO at Pilkington for 6 years Paolo has also held a number of non executive positions including Deputy Chairman SID at the London Stock Exchange Group PLC and Chairman of Alliance Unichem PLC Paolo has also been a member of the boards of Generali Assicurazioni ABN AMRO NV Bae System PLC and Alstom SA and is Commandeur of the Legion of Honor Moderator Johns Hopkins SAIS Dean Vali Nasr Register online The event is open to the public and to media with registration Members of the working press may complete our registration form online for access to cover the event Location Johns Hopkins School of

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  • Media Advisory: Oct. 22, Middle East Strategy Task Force - Rethinking Regional Security: An Enabler, Not an End | SAIS
    Atlantic Council and Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies with the cooperation of the Brookings Institution the event will examine how to begin rebuilding a stable regional order in the Middle East and North Africa with an eye to focusing on security as a means to social political and economic development not an end in itself While civil conflicts continue in Syria Yemen Iraq and Libya sub national extremist groups like the Islamic State ISIS or ISIL and al Qaeda are presenting a wholesale challenge to the state system MEST Co Chairs Albright and Hadley will discuss the development of the region s compounding security crises along with possible avenues for resolution with Kenneth Pollack of the Brookings Institution the convener of the MEST security working group Former NSA Director General Michael Hayden Ret will give comments on the broader strategic implications of MEST s recommendations and Rami Khouri of the American University of Beirut will contribute a regional point of view to the conversation Speakers Madeleine Albright served as US Secretary of State from 1997 to 2001 and is Chair of the Albright StonebridgeGroup Stephen Hadley co founded RiceHadleyGates LLC following his tenure as US National Security Advisor from 2005 to 2009 where as principal he remains engaged in international affairs Michael Hayden is a retired four star US Air Force general and former director of both the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency He now serves as Principal at the Chertoff Group Vali Nasr is the Dean of Johns Hopkins SAIS A Middle East scholar foreign policy adviser and commentator on international relations his most recent book The Dispensable Nation examines the Obama administration s foreign policy Rami Khouri formerly served as the director of the Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs

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  • Media Advisory: Oct. 21, The Other China Dream: China in the Age of Ambition | SAIS
    Dream China in the Age of Ambition Media Advisory Oct 21 The Other China Dream China in the Age of Ambition Title The Other China Dream China in the Age of Ambition Event date 5 00pm 7 00pm Eastern Wednesday October 21 2015 Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies is hosting a discussion with Evan Osnos staff writer for The New Yorker and author of Age of Ambition Chasing Fortune Truth and Faith in the New China Evan will share perspectives from his years of living and working in China as a foreign correspondent Speaker bio Evan Osnos is a staff writer at The New Yorker and a fellow at the Brookings Institution Based in Washington D C he writes about foreign affairs and politics He is the author of Age of Ambition Chasing Fortune Truth and Faith in the New China which won the 2014 National Book award Based on eight years of living in Beijing the book traces the rise of the individual in China and the clash between aspiration and authoritarianism He was the China Correspondent at The New Yorker magazine from 2008 to 2013 He is a contributor to This American Life on public radio and Frontline the PBS series Prior to The New Yorker he worked as the Beijing bureau chief of the Chicago Tribune where he contributed to a series that won the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting He has received the Asia Society s Osborn Elliott Prize for Excellence in Journalism on Asia the Livingston Award for Young Journalists and a Mirror Award for profile writing Before his appointment in China he worked in the Middle East reporting mostly from Iraq Location Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies Nitze Building Kenney Auditorium 1740 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington DC 20036 RSVP

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  • Media Advisory: The UN in the New Global Landscape | SAIS
    United Nations The event will be moderated by Ambassador Shirin Tahir Kheli Senior Fellow Foreign Policy Institute The event is on the record Speaker Bio Jan Eliasson UN Deputy Secretary General Born in Göteborg Sweden in 1940 Jan Eliasson was an exchange student in the United States from 1957 to 1958 He graduated from the Swedish Naval Academy in 1962 and earned a master s degree in Economics and Business Administration in 1965 Eliasson served as Diplomatic Adviser to the Swedish Prime Minister from 1982 to 1983 and as Director General for Political Affairs in the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs from 1983 to 1987 From 1988 to 1992 he was Sweden s Ambassador to the United Nations in New York where he was part of the UN mediation missions in the war between Iran and Iraq headed by former Prime Minister Olof Palme In 1992 he was appointed the first UN Under Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs and was involved in operations in Somalia Sudan Mozambique and the Balkans taking initiatives on landmines conflict prevention and humanitarian action In 1993 and 1994 Eliasson served as mediator in the Nagorno Karabakh conflict for the Organization for Security and Co operation in Europe Eliasson was State Secretary for Foreign Affairs from 1994 to 2000 and the Swedish Ambassador to the United States from 2000 to 2005 From 2005 to 2006 he served as President of the UN General Assembly Eliasson s distinguished career as a Swedish diplomat culminated in his serving as Minister for Foreign Affairs in 2006 From January 2007 to July 2008 Eliasson was the UN Secretary General s Special Envoy for Darfur On 2 March 2012 Jan Eliasson was appointed Deputy Secretary General of the UN by Secretary General Ban Ki moon He took office as Deputy Secretary

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  • Four Myths About Chinese ‘Land Grabbing’ in Africa | SAIS
    China a new book by Deborah Bräutigam that calls into question each of these four beliefs Bräutigam is a professor of international development and comparative politics at SAIS and the director of the China Africa Research Initiative A roundtable discussion will be held to probe the myths and realities behind media headlines on the issue The roundtable takes place 4 30 6 00pm Eastern on Thursday October 29 2015 at 1740 Massachusetts Ave N W Washington DC The event is free and open to the public Online registration is required to attend Media are invited to register in order to cover this on the record event As the book reveals there are common misconceptions surrounding Chinese investments in Africa We investigated the 60 largest reported Chinese agricultural investments and tracked each one down Bräutigam said If all of these had actually happened China would now be holding over 6 million hectares about 1 percent of all the arable land in Africa Instead China s farmland acquisitions across Africa seem to have amounted to less than 250 000 hectares by 2014 Most existing Chinese farms grow food for local markets and are run by private entrepreneurs No one has yet found a village of Chinese farmers anywhere in Africa Bräutigam said Moreover China s policy incentives do not make it easy to import staple grains like rice Trade data show that China exports far more food to Africa than it imports To feed its own population Bräutigam stressed that Africa must move from subsistence to commercial agriculture and China may play a role in that transition China s agricultural modernization could offer useful ideas for African leaders and lessons on how foreign skills and talents can be channeled into positive outcomes for their people Bräutigam writes But Africans themselves must make

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