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World Order after COVID-19 Forum: June 30-July 1, 2020

Join Johns Hopkins University President Ron Daniels, the JHU School of Advanced International Studies and the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs for an event that draws upon the deep expertise and global academic leadership form among Johns Hopkins’ ten schools and departments as well as its unique programs including the Agora Institute and the Applied Physics Lab. Experts will discuss the impacts of Covid-19 on World Order during the two day forum.

Call for Papers: The Janne Nolan Prize

The Janne Nolan Prize for Best Article on National Security/International Affairs

Call for Submissions: America in the World Consortium (AWC) Article Prizes

The America in the World Consortium is pleased to announce that it is offering prizes for the best scholarly and policy articles on U.S. foreign policy and grand strategy written in the past year by pre-tenure scholars (graduate students and junior faculty). Individuals from all institutions are encouraged to apply.

FSF 2020: Covid-19 and National Security with Michèle Flournoy

Kissinger Center hosts Michèle Flournoy as keynote speaker for its FSF 2020 Conference

Kissinger Center Professor Hal Brands Publishes FP article with Jake Sullivan "China Has Two Paths to Global Domination"

In their recent Foreign Policy Essay, "China Has Two Paths to Global Domination" Brands and Sullivan

Ambassador Robert Blackwill Publishes CFR report, "The End of World Order and American Foreign Policy"

Diller-von Furstenberg Family Foundation Distinguished Scholar, Robert D. Blackwill published a Council Special Report for the Council on Foreign Relations, "The End of the World Order and American Foreign Policy" co-authored with Thomas Wright on the evolution of the world order pre and post COVID-19.

Kissinger Center Hosts Joseph Nye for Discussion on Moral Foreign Policy

Joseph S. Nye Jr. hosted an online seminar for PhD students in the Kissinger Center’s IPSCON program on his latest books, Do Morals Matter? Presidents and Foreign Policy from FDR to Trump.

Hopkins at Home Lecture Series - Thinking Historically: A Guide to Statecraft and Strategy

Thinking Historically: A Guide to Statecraft and Strategy

Professor Hal Brands Publishes Article on the Merits of the Foreign Policy Establishment

Kissinger Center Professor Publishes Article "In Defense of the Blob" in Foreign Affairs

US-India Expert, Ashley Tellis Hosts a Virtual Seminar for PhD students as part of the Kissinger Center’s IPSCON Program

Ashley J. Tellis, Tata Chair for Strategic Affairs and senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, hosted a lecture for PhD students across the country on US-India relations and India as an emerging great power.

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