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Defector Empowerment in South Korea: Implications for North Korea’s Future

The U.S.-Korea institute at SAIS, North Korea Strategy Center, and the Sejong Society of Washington, D.C. presented a panel discussion with North Korean defectors and activists on some of the programs and projects the defector community has undertaken, and how they hope to affect the future of the DPRK.

U.S. Resolved to Drill On as Shale Boom Dims OPEC's Power

Charles F. Doran, a professor of international relations was quoted in a Washington Post article titled, "U.S. Resolved to Drill On as Shale Boom Dims OPEC's Power."

U.S. Resolved to Drill On as SHale Boom Dims OPEC's Power

Charles F. Doran, a professor of international relations was quoted in a Washington Post article titled, "U.S. Resolved to Drill On as SHale Boom Dims OPEC's Power."

Bao-chiun Ching '12 Publishes in the Diplomat about "The Big Win in Taipei"

SAIS alumnus Bao-chiun Ching '12 published an online article on December 10 entitled, "Drubbing and a Surgeon’s Victory: Not Just Cross-Strait Relations: A big win in Taipei by an independent candidate owed to more than discontent over China policy."

Civil Rights in America, from Selma to Ferguson

Cornell William Brooks, president and CEO of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) joined SAIS on Wednesday, February 25 to offer perspective on civil rights in America. 

A Conversation on the Middle East

Stephen J. Hadley, former national security advisor to President George. W. Bush joined SAIS on March 9, 2015 to offer perspective on the latest developments in the Middle East and the path forward.  

Can Europe Recover?

Manfred Weber, member of the European Parliament and chairman of the EEPP Group joined SAIS on February 27, 2015 to offer perspective on Europe's challenges and economic outlook. 

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.

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