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Responding to the Global Pandemic

Learn how Johns Hopkins experts in global public health, infectious disease, and emergency preparedness have been at the forefront of the international response to COVID-19.

Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center

Featured Virtual Events

May 30 10:00 am - 11:30 am Online SAIS Event

Strained Cooperation or a Final Rupture? China-US Relations Amidst a Global Pandemic

The discourse surrounding Sino-US relations in the past decade has often been framed in the context of the “Thucydides Trap,” where conflict between a rising power (China) and the world’s...

Jun 11 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Online SAIS Event

The Great Reconstruction after 1945: Lessons for Post-Covid Politics?

12:30 PM (EST) / 6:30 PM (CET)

Join us for a conversation with Professor Mark Gilbert, Professor of History and International Studies, Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe, Italy.


Faculty in the News

Journalists, politicians, academics, and private sector decision-makers turn to our experts as a source for timely and insightful policy expertise, analysis, opinions, and comment.

The China jackpot.

Andrew Mertha quoted in The Wire China, 5/24

Expertise, ideas, and making foreign policy.

Francis J. Gavin wrote in War on the Rocks, 5/22

How a southern Indian state crushed its coronavirus outbreak.

Pavithra Suryanarayan interviewed in The New York Times’ The Interpreter newsletter, 5/22

Experts challenge general’s rosy forecast for post-pandemic military.

David Barno and Nora Bensahel quoted on, 5/22

The rich world’s pandemic imperative.

Anne O. Krueger wrote in Project Syndicate, 5/22

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