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Kissinger Center Convenes Cross-disciplinary Cohort of Junior Scholars to Craft Policy-relevant Research

The Kissinger Center hosted a two-day workshop for 17 PhD candidates to engage in conversation and debate with academics, practitioners and policy-makers on pressing issues related to international affairs and national security.

Professor Hal Brands’ Lessons of Tragedy a Foreign Affairs best book of 2019

The Lessons of Tragedy: Statecraft and World Order, co-authored with Charles Edel, was selected as one of the best books of 2019 by Foreign Affairs.

NSRI Keynote by Former German Ambassador to the US, Wolfgang Ischinger

Ambassador Wolfgang Ischinger joined nuclear scholars for the opening reception of the NSRI 2019 conference, Rethinking the Nuclear Future: Perspectives from Europe and America to offer a keynote address on nuclear challenges facing policymakers today.

Rethinking the Nuclear Future: Perspectives from Europe and America

In partnership with the Institute for Peace Research and Security at the University of Hamburg (IFSH), The Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs at Johns Hopkins to hosted its 2019 Nuclear Studies Research Initiative (NSRI) conference, Rethinking the Nuclear Future: Perspectives from Europe and America in Hamburg, Germany in December 2019.

The State-of-Play in Transatlantic Relations with German Ambassador Emily Haber and Professor Kristina Spohr

The Kissinger Center's Helmut Schmidt Distinguished Visiting Professor, Dr. Kristina Spohr, moderated a discussion with the German Ambassador to the United States, Emily Haber, on transatlantic relations and German-American relations.

Professor Kristina Spohr’s book named top ten in Germany

The German edition of Helmut Schmidt Distinguished Visiting Professor Dr. Kristina Spohr’s newest book, Post Wall, Post Square: Rebuilding the World After 1989, has been voted one of November 2019’s Best Non-fiction books in Germany.

Professor Mary Sarotte's article in Foreign Affairs “The Shoals of Ukraine”

Professor Mary Sarotte wrote an article with Serhii Plokhy “The Shoals of Ukraine” that was featured in the January/February 2020 print edition of Foreign Affairs.

Milton S. Eisenhower Symposium with Jake Sullivan on U.S. Foreign Policy

In collaboration with the Milton S. Eisenhower Symposium and the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Agora Institute, the Kissinger Center brought Jake Sullivan to the Johns Hopkins University undergraduate campus in Baltimore for a discussion, moderated by Professor Hal Brands, on America’s role in the world.

Engagement vs. Restraint: A Carnegie Squares Debate with Dr. Emma Ashford and Dr. Stephen Wertheim

Dr. Emma Ashford, research fellow in Defense and Foreign Policy at the CATO institute and Dr. Stephen Wertheim, Director of the Quincy Institute met with IPSCON Junior Scholars to explain the main points undergirding arguments for an American foreign policy based on engagement versus one based on restraint.

Professor Mary Elise Sarotte's contributions to the commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall

For the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis Distinguished Professor of Historical Studies, Mary Elise Sarotte spoke at a series of events and was featured in major publications in the US and Germany.

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