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Bitter rivals: Iran and Saudi Arabia PBS Frontline 2/20/2018
Another guilty plea in Russia probe CNN 2/20/2018
Witnessing the collapse of the global elite The Atlantic 2/19/2018
North Korea and Kim Jong Un: meet the known key players in the regime Fox News 2/19/2018
Pakistan scrambles to avoid terror financing watch list The Associated Press 2/16/2018
Seeing bounty abroad, will North Koreans change their homeland? The New York Times 2/16/2018

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Events Recap
Visit ‘The Recap’ for summaries, videos, and photos of our world-class events. Read More »
SAIS Europe Seminars
Aline Sierp, Maastricht University, The Netherlands joined SAIS Europe for a discussion on the end of the Cold War in the EU.   Read More »
Johns Hopkins SAIS Snapshot
International Law and Organization students participated in a research trip in Uganda to examine women living with HIV/AIDS as part of their International Human Rights Clinic Capstone project. Read More »
Faculty Ink: Activism and the Fossil Fuel Industry
Professors Andrew Cheon and Johannes Urpelainen have published a new book "Activism and the Fossil Fuel Industry," which examines the anti-fossil fuel movement in the U.S. and provides recommendations for future energy and climate policies. Read More »
News: Munich Security Conference
The seeming success of the Munich Security Conference masks its failure as an institution, argues Director of Strategic Studies Eliot Cohen in an article for The Atlantic. Read More »
News: NotPetya
Professor Thomas Rid tells Wired that the attribution of NotPetya to Russia represents a far more proactive response to the threat of Russian hacking.  Read More »
News: Congress and U.S. Intelligence
Professor John McLaughlin wrote on congressional oversight of intelligence in his latest article for OZY. Read More »
News: Conflict in the Middle East
Dean Vali Nasr was interviewed by PBS FRONTLINE for its new documentary “Bitter Rivals: Iran and Saudi Arabia.” Read More »