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American Policy in the Trump Era and Beyond at Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood campus

October 3, 2019

The Kissinger Center brought SAIS professors Hal BrandsAndrew MerthaAdria Lawrence, and Matthias Matthijs to the Johns Hopkins University undergraduate Homewood campus in Baltimore to share their perspectives on U.S. foreign policy under President Trump and where it might go in the future, as well as preview the undergraduate courses the presenters will teach at Homewood during the spring 2020 semester.
The lunchtime event was one of two events held as part of SAIS in Baltimore Day – an effort led by the Kissinger Center to connect Johns Hopkins undergraduates at Homewood campus with the graduate School of Advanced International Studies in Washington DC. This event was followed by an evening talk by SAIS alums Robert Work, MA '93, former deputy secretary of defense, and Richard Fontaine, MA '02, CEO of the Center for New American Security, who discussed the future of war and America's relationships with China and Russia.