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IPSCON hosts its first Carnegie Squares seminar of Spring 2024 with Shivshankar Menon

On February 22, 2024, Kissinger Center Peterson Senior Fellow and former National Security Adviser to the Prime Minister of India Shivshankar Menon met virtually with junior scholars in our International Policy Scholars Consortium and Network for the first Carnegie Squares session of the Spring 2024 semester. The group discussed Menon's career in India's government, India’s rise, and its relations with the US and China.

Event Recap - HKC Crisis Simulation, Arctic Security and the Race for Strategic Advantage

On December 2nd, 2023, students at Johns Hopkins SAIS participated in a half-day exercise that simulated a major US-Russia military crisis in the Arctic region. The event was organized by the Henry Kissinger Center for Global Affairs through Professors Hal Brands and visiting Professor Timothy Nichols from Duke.

Crisis Simulation: The U.S, China, and the South China Sea

Tensions are rising in the Pacific. For more than a decade, the South China Sea has been a major flashpoint in US-China relations. This half-day exercise will simulate a major US-China military confrontation emerging from events there. Students will role-play national security policymakers and advisors, immersing themselves in the military, legal, diplomatic, intelligence, and economic realms to diagnose a flash crisis and then find a way out. Students will work to address time sensitive policy decisions, process and disseminate important information, and achieve interagency coordination.

Europe, Japan, and the United States in a Changing World, March 24-25

On March 24 and 25, 2022, EDT, the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs hosted a global virtual conference, "Europe, Japan, and the United States in a Changing World," to convene experts from around the world to discuss key issues facing Europe, Japan, and the United States

Prof. Sarotte Joins Council on Foreign Relations U.S.-Russia Panel

On Thursday, March 3, 2022, 3:30-5:00 PM EST, Professor Mary Sarotte joined a live Zoom panel with Amb. Ivo Daalder, Dr. Fiona Hill, and Dr. Richard Haass to discuss U.S.-Russia relations, hosted by the Council on Foreign Relations.

Book Talk with Prof. Sarotte, Cambridge Centre for Geopolitics

On Tuesday, March 1, 2022, 12:00 PM EST / 17:00 GMT Professor Mary Elise Sarotte discussed her newest book, Not One Inch: America, Russia, and the Making of Post-Cold War Stalemate, with Professor Brendan Simms (University of Cambridge) over Zoom.

King Richard: Michael Dobbs Discusses Newest Book with Professor Sergey Radchenko in Broadcast SAIS Europe Class

On Tuesday, December 14th, 2021, Wilson E. Schmidt Distinguished Professor and Kissinger Center faculty member Professor Sergey Radchenko hosted best-selling historian Michael Dobbs to discuss his most recent book, King Richard—Nixon and Watergate: An American Tragedy, in live broadcast class at SAIS Europe.

Webinar with Dr. Henry Kissinger, Dr. Eric Schmidt, and Dean Steinberg on AI and the Future

Join the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs on Tuesday, December 7th, at 11:00 AM ET, to hear Dr. Henry Kissinger and Dr. Eric Schmidt share their newest book with Johns Hopkins SAIS Dean Jim Steinberg.

Professor Mary Sarotte Discusses New Book on US-Russia Relations & NATO at the Harriman Institute

On November 3rd, Professor Sarotte shared her new book, Not One Inch: America, Russia, and the Making of Post-Cold War Stalemate (Yale University Press, 2021), in a discussion with Timothy Frye.

"Are We Living Through Another Cold War?" Kissinger Center Professor Sergey Radchenko Delivers Inaugural Wilson E. Schmidt Lecture at SAIS Europe

Professor Radchenko's lecture, "Are We Living through Another Cold War?" was moderated by Kissinger Center Director, Professor Francis J. Gavin, and hosted by SAIS Europe.