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Combatting Terrorism: Looking Over the Horizon

Sarah Sewall, under secretary of State for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights joined SAIS on March 10, 2015 to dicuss the U.S. strategy to combatting terrorism.  

SAIS Alumnus Juan Gabriel Tokatlian '91 Published An Article in Open Democracy

On November 5, 2014, Juan Gabriel Tokatlian '91 published an article titled, "Westphalia to Southphalia" in Open Democracy. The article discussed this interesting question: "Does the rise of non-western states such as China, India, South Africa, and Brazil threaten the dominant model of international politics?" 

SAIS Alumnus Jordan Valdez '10 Listed on the "40 Under 40" List of Latinos in American Politics

Congratulations to Jordan Valdes '10 who was recently named on the "40 Under 40" list of Latinos in American Politics. "Jordan was an appointee in the Obama Administration for two years, working on issues pertaining to small business, trade, and exports. She supported the President's National Export Initiative and was her agency's representative before the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and the Transpacific Partnership (TPP) free trade agreements, ensuring the small businesses could benefit from free trade with Asia and Europe.

SAIS Alumni Publish Report on "Reframing Risk and Resiliency in the Colombia River Basin: Own Your Risk"

SAIS alumnus Greg Gangelhoff '14, former student president of the SAIS Energy Club, and three other fellow alumni recently published a report through Swiss Re on "Reframing Risk and Resiliency in the Colombia River Basin: Own Your Risk." 

Nixon’s Advice to Reagan… and Today’s GOP

John Gans, a Ph.D candidate, wrote an article for War on the Rocks titled, “Nixon’s Advice to Reagan… and Today’s GOP.”

A ‘Back to School’ Approach

Kent Calder, director of the Edwin O. Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies, wrote an article for Mainichi titled, “A ‘Back to School’ Approach.”

What India Could Learn From Alibaba

Shrey Verma, a MA candidate, co-wrote an article for Forbes titled, “What India Could Learn From Alibaba.”

US: Syria Won’t, Can’t Stop Militant Safe Havens

Daniel Serwer, a senior research professor in the Conflict Management Program, was quoted in an article for Voice of America titled, “US: Syria Won’t, Can’t Stop Militant Safe Havens.”

Obama Isn’t Finished Yet

James Mann, a scholar-in-residence in the European and Eurasian Studies Program, wrote an op-ed article for The New York Times titled, “Obama Isn’t Finished Yet.”

“Brazil Election May Change Diplomatic Direction

Riordan Roett, director of the Latin American Studies Program, was quoted in an Associated Press article titled, “Brazil Election May Change Diplomatic Direction.”

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