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Status of Women Globally

Dr. Kent Davis-Packard, Visiting Research Associate and Adjunct Professor of Middle East Studies and Global Theory and History, was interviewed by Rob Satloff on the Status of Women Globally, Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia, and Davis-Packard's work to establish the curricular program for SAIS Women Lead

On July 4, 2017, Steven Shalowitz ’89 conducted a podcast interview with fellow SAIS alumnus

Nicholas Burns ’80, former US Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs. The discussion includes a richness of perspectives on global affairs.

In May 2017, Carmine Gorga B’61, ’62 publishes his latest work entitled

“Rebuild Human Civilization with a Culture of Economic Harmony, Social Harmony, and Ecological Harmony” in Mother Pelican.

Voices from the Middle East: The Israeli and Palestinian Narratives of New Story Leadership (NSL)

Johns Hopkins SAIS partnered with New Story Leadership (NSL) to host a half-day conference featuring presentations from young leaders from Israel and Palestine who are living and working together for the summer in Washington, DC.