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SAIS Alumni Yael Eisenstat '99 Publishes Her First Article in Time

SAIS Alumna Yael Eisenstat '99 published an article on "Former Intel. Official: American Hate Is a Bigger Threat Than Foreign Terrorism" in Time (online).

SAIS Alumna Viktoriya Kim B'06, '08 To Be Published in The Diplomat

After the showing of "Lost and Found in Uzbekistan: the Korean Story," Viktoriya Kim’s B'06, '08 multi-media presentation has been selected to be published in The Diplomat in three parts. Click here to view Part I:

A Conversation with Ambassador Lana Nusseibeh

Ambassador Lana Nusseibeh, Permanent Representative of the United Arab Emirates to the United Nations visited the Washington campus to discuss the importance of women's rights, youth empowerment and extremism, and the UAE's regional priorities at the UN.

The World Bank’s New Russia Economic Report: The Long Journey to Recovery

The Foreign Policy Institute and the Russia-Eurasia Club at Johns Hopkins SAIS hosted a discussion on the World Bank's New Russia Report with Dr. Birgit Hansl, Lead Economist and Program Leader for the Russian Federation, The World Bank. The event was moderated by Dr. John Lipsky Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Institute.

A Roundtable Discussion with NATO Member Parliamentarians on Security Challenges

The Johns Hopkins SAIS European and Eurasian Studies Program hosted a roundtable discussion with members of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly's Sub-Committee on Transatlantic Economic Relations (ESCTER) and Sub-Committee on Transatlantic Relations (PCTR), who spoke on "Security challenges in North Africa" and "Rethinking the US-Iranian Relationship". 

The IMF's April 2016 Global Financial Stability Report: What Policies Could Normalize Markets?

José Viñals, financial counsellor and director of the Monetary and Capital Markets Department at the IMF and Douglas Elliott, a partner at Oliver Wyman joined the Johns Hopkins SAIS Community to share insights from the IMF's April 2016 Global Financial Stability Report.

2016 Global Women in Leadership Conference: Access to a Healthier World Sustaining Women, Communities, and Our Future

The conference, hosted by SAIS Global Women in Leadership, explored how women are changing the landscape of global health. Leaders in the field talked about how they are pioneering innovative technologies to tackle health inequities and examined how creative policy, advocacy, and business strategies are promoting women’s health and empowerment. 

Asian Economic Outlook and the Roles of the Asian Development Bank

President Nakao will discuss the economic situations and outlook for Asia, as well as the policy challenges of Asian developing countries. The lecture will include the roles of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in promoting development, the reform efforts to fulfill its roles such as strengthening financing capacity, and the cooperation with AIIB and other partners.

Prospects for an Economic Growth Rebound in Southeast Asia

Gita Wirjawan, Chairman of Ancora Group, an Indonesian group with interests in private equity investing, natural resources, real estate, sports, and music, which he founded in 2007, joined Johns Hopkins SAIS for a talk. 

Global Governance: An Assessment

Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Former Deputy Chairman of India’s Planning Commission joined Johns Hopkins SAIS for a talk on global governance.