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  • In the News, October 15 - October 26, 2015
    Global Policy Program Director Daniel Markey sees little potential for a far reaching nuclear deal 9 with Pakistan The Diplomat 10 22 2015 In seeking to curb nuclear arms production in Pakistan U S negotiators may want to turn their focus to military leaders 10 over the prime minister says Global Policy Program Director Daniel Markey NPR 10 22 2015 The fall of Kunduz in September to Taliban forces is a symptom of Pakistan s unwillingness or inability to deal with the Taliban problem 11 says Dean Vali Nasr Washington Post 10 22 2015 PhD student David Landry writes for Foreign Affairs on the upcoming election in Côte d Ivoire 12 Foreign Affairs 10 22 2015 U S Korea Institute s project documenting commercial activities in North Korea are helping to penetrate the totalitarian fog 13 Washington Post 10 22 2015 When an epidemic like Ebola strikes a developing nation travel bans instituted by rich nations are unnecessary and can even hinder the public health response 14 according to International Development Lecturer Joshua Michaud Al Jazeera 10 22 2015 Director of Strategic Studies Eliot Cohen and Senior Research Professor of Strategic Studies Thomas Mahnken testified at the October 22 hearing of the Senate Armed Forces Committee 15 on global challenges of the U S national security strategy U S Senate 10 22 2015 Global Policy Program Director Daniel Markey finds it hard to imagine a trust based partnership 16 will emerge between the U S and Pakistan The Indian Express 10 22 2015 Routledge Taylor Francis Group released a book by conflict management professor Siniša Vuković International Multiparty Mediation and Conflict Management 17 Routledge com 10 22 2015 Increased U S funding for operations against military insurgents will be on the agenda when Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif meets President Obama 18 according to Shamila Chaudhary senior advisor to the dean and former Pakistan director at the White House National Security Council BBC 10 21 2015 Director of the Center for Canadian Studies Chris Sands says foreign leaders will be watching 19 the early moves by newly elected Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Johns Hopkins HUB 10 21 2015 Kurdish media network Rudaw speaks with Senior Research Professor of Conflict Management Daniel Serwer on What is at Stake for US in Kurdistan s Political Turmoil 20 Rudaw 10 20 2015 Warmer U S Canadian relations 21 may be on the horizon as a result of Justin Trudeau s election win says Economics Professor Tamara Woroby of the Center for Canadian Studies Newsmax 10 20 2015 Shamila Chaudhary senior advisor to the dean and former Pakistan director at the White House National Security Council outlines the expectations 22 for Obama s meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Foreign Policy 10 19 2015 NPR asks the experts including Center for Strategic Studies Practitioner in Residence John McLaughlin Has The Situation In Syria Become A Proxy War 23 NPR 10 17 2015 John McLaughlin of the Center for Strategic Studies is quoted

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  • In the News, October 6 - October 15, 2015
    director of the China Africa Research Initiative Financial Times 10 13 2015 The Business Case for Solar PV in Cambodia 8 a 2014 international development practicum by alumni Laura Anderson Przemyslaw Garbaczewski Noah Schlosser and Gregor Schueler is published by USAID to attract investment and support from potential entrepreneurs and investors USAID 2015 Alumna Jordan Valdes is profiled by The Huffington Post in its 40 Under 40 9 series on Latinos in foreign policy The Huffington Post 10 13 2015 If Joe Biden does enter the 2016 presidential campaign the debate would quickly focus on foreign policy differences 10 between he and Hillary Clinton according to Dean Vali Nasr New York Times 10 9 2015 As Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of Pakistan prepares for a White House visit this month the administration should be careful not to mistake narrow cooperation for genuine partnership 11 writes Daniel Markey professor of international relations and academic director of the Global Policy Program The Times of India 10 9 2015 Will Turkey take its natural gas business elsewhere 12 over the Russian intervention in Syria According to Gareth Jenkins senior fellow at the Central Asia Caucasus Institute such warnings from Turkey s President Erdogan are just bluster Voice of America 10 9 2015 Dean Vali Nasr appears on CNN to discuss the Syrian conflict 13 and the implications of recent moves by Russia and Iran for the fight against ISIS CNN The World Right Now with Hala Gorani 10 9 2015 Satellite imagery shows North Korea gearing up for a lavish celebration 14 to mark the 70th anniversary of the ruling Kim family s rise to power according to reports from the U S Korea Institute Denver Post 10 8 2015 Just how far is Russia willing to go with its military intervention in

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  • In the News, September 6 - October 6, 2015
    in How To Solve a Problem Like Syria 11 Yahoo News 10 1 2015 Dean Vali Nasr appears on CNN to discuss Russian airstrikes in Syria 12 and the response in Washington CNN 10 1 2015 As Russia begins airstrikes in Syria Dean Vali Nasr comments on how the diplomatic calculus has changed 13 CNN 9 30 2015 Center for Transatlantic Relations Senior Fellow Donald Jensen argues that in Syria Putin is strongly playing a weak hand 14 Pittsburgh Tribune Review 9 30 2015 Insecurity in the Niger Delta 15 is at the top of a long list of concerns for new Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari according to students Dafe Oputu and David Landry AllAfrica com 9 29 2015 The best U S response to Russia s interventions in Syria 16 is letting the Russians double down on a bad bet argues Senior Research Professor of Conflict Management Daniel Serwer The Arab Weekly 9 25 2015 PhD candidate Nathaniel D F Allen shares positive steps 17 Western nations can take in Nigeria s conflict with Boko Haram African Arguments 9 25 2015 Visiting Scholar Rohullah Osmani asks Is the Iran nuclear deal a threat or an opportunity 18 to the TAPI pipeline Central Asia and Caucasus Analyst 9 25 2015 Alumnus Charles Gillig is profiled 19 for a series on tech entrepreneurs VatorNews com 9 25 2015 Senior Research Professor of Conflict Management Daniel Serwer comments on the U S response to the Syrian refugee crisis 20 Voice of America 9 24 2015 Riordan Roett director of the Latin American Studies program commends South American nations for opening their doors 21 to Syrian refugees Christian Science Monitor 9 23 2015 Center for Transatlantic Relations Managing Director András Simonyi appears on Newsmax 22 to discuss growing strife over the Syrian refugee

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  • Press Room | SAIS
    serves as the school s primary contact to the media manages special events publicity and logistics oversees social media develops Web and new media content and produces publications Our Location SAIS Office of Communications 1740 Massachusetts Ave N W Washington D C 20036 Lindsey Waldrop Director of Marketing and Communications 202 650 6005 202 663 5647 fax lwaldrop jhu edu Nate Thompson Associate Director of Marketing and Communications 202 663 3251 202 663 5647 fax nthomp21 jhu edu Contact for Media Requests Jackie Kasuya Communications Web Coordinator 202 663 5644 202 663 5647 fax jkasuya jhu edu SAIS Europe via Belmeloro 11 40126 Bologna Italy Kathryn Knowles Director of Public Affairs 39 051 2917 886 kknowles jhu edu Follow Us on Social Media Connect with Johns Hopkins SAIS on Facebook Twitter LinkedIn YouTube Instagram Flickr and iTunes Media Guide to Experts The Johns Hopkins SAIS Guide to Experts in International Affairs serves as a resource for the media and the foreign policy community We hope that you will call on our faculty and scholars for comment or background information Online Directory PDF of Printed Guide Events at Johns Hopkins SAIS View Calendar Coverage of Past Events To access on demand video of select events held at school s three campuses click here opens into PDF goes to press releases SAIS now has a presence on several social media sites and services Stay up to date with what is taking place at the school and connect with friends students faculty staff and alumni Facebook Become a fan on Facebook and follow what is happening at the school Learn more about the school and engage with our community Twitter Our Twitter feed is your source for the latest news and events from Johns Hopkins SAIS as well as highlights of faculty books

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  • A - Z Index | SAIS
    Nanjing China You are here A Z Index A Z Index ALL A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 11 Burmese Burmese is one of four Southeast Asian languages offered at SAIS It is offered at levels based on students needs and demands 12 Campus Operations and Technology We facilitate efficiency and efficacy for the SAIS customer through the strategic design and tactical implementation of integrated IT and Operational solutions 13 Career Services SAIS Career Services staff are here to help you identify your talents enhance your skills explore careers pursue job and internship opportunities and connect with alumni 14 Center for Canadian Studies Scholars and visiting policy makers at SAIS undertake research on policy questions involving Canada and Canada U S relations 15 Center for International Business and Public Policy The center serves as the focal point within SAIS for practical research and outreach activities that concentrate on the nexus of international business performance finance and public policy formulation 16 Certificates SAIS offers two non degree certificates for students and professionals seeking to expand on a chosen area of interest without pursuing a degree 17 Chinese The SAIS Chinese program offers language training with an emphasis on international studies Chinese classes are offered at every level from novice to advanced high 18 Christian Herter Society The Society is named in honor of SAIS co founder and former U S Secretary of State Christian A Herter Herter Society members are invited to special SAIS events throughout the year 19 Commencement The SAIS 2015 Commencement Ceremony will take place at D A R Constitution Hall on Thursday May 21 2015 at 3pm Please click the above link for more information on travel

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  • A - Z Index | SAIS
    in International Studies Students who complete two semesters of full time study in Bologna eight non language courses plus a language requirement may receive a diploma certifying that accomplishment 22 Directions Directions to Johns Hopkins SAIS Washington DC campus 23 Doctor of Philosophy This full time program is for individuals who hold a Master and seek to become scholars as well as practitioners in international relations 24 Emerging Markets Specialization Requirements Students electing to complement their regional concentration with an Emerging Markets EM specialization must fulfill requirements from a regional program as well as take a course outside of their area of concentration and two economics courses 25 Energy Resources and Environment The Energy Resources and Environment ERE Program of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies is an interdisciplinary graduate program focused on developing innovative solutions to urgent global energy and environmental challenges 26 English The English Program at SAIS helps students excel in their SAIS courses as well as in their future careers in the professional field of International Relations 27 Executive Education Through customized executive seminars and degree programs SAIS Executive Education develops innovative thinkers and problem solvers equipped to deal with the challenges of today

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  • A - Z Index | 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 A Z Index A Z Index ALL A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 91 Tuition To help you in planning for the costs associated with your education and for the cost of attendance for the upcoming academic year 92 Vietnamese Vietnamese is one of four Southeast Asian languages offered at SAIS It is offered at levels based on students needs and demands 93 Visiting Scholars Visiting Scholars and Visiting Research Associates are sponsored by a program center or institute at SAIS and approved by the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Visiting Scholars are generally leading experts in their field of expertise who conduct advanced research at SAIS 94 Washington D C The city of Washington D C has traditionally acted as an extension of SAIS s main campus giving students access to the world s most influential individuals and institutions With proximity to power we are located on

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  • Syria, the Worst Humanitarian Crisis in our Generation | SAIS
    Career Services Planning and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here Events at SAIS Events at SAIS Syria the Worst Humanitarian Crisis in our Generation Soren Jessen Petersen Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe Italy War and Peace in the Middle East Series Soren Jessen Petersen is Adjunct Professor of International Relations at the Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe Background and Education Served as Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for Kosovo and Under Secretary General of UNMIK was also the European Union Special Representative in Skopje Macedonia the Chairman of the European Union Stability Pact s Migration Asylum Refugees Regional Initiative MARRI and Chair of the MARRI Steering Committee also served as Assistant UN High Commissioner for Refugees Director of the UNHCR Liaison Office at UN Headquarters in New York High Commissioner s Special Envoy to the former Yugoslavia Chef de Cabinet of the High Commissioner for Refugees at UNHCR Headquarters in Geneva and Director of External Relations at UNHCR Headquarters Publications Has authored numerous publications the most recent is Kosovo in J Genser and Bruno Stagno Ugarte eds The United Nations Security Council in the Age

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