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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 emerging and rising scholars. Individuals from all institutions are encouraged to apply.

Adam Tooze gives Carnegie Squares Lecture

Dr. Adam Tooze, author of "Crashed: How a Decade of Financial Crisis Changed the World" speaks on the impact of Covid-19 on the future of trade and finance as an element of US foreign policy.

Japan, the United States, and the Future of World Order

Join distinguished scholars and policymakers from Japan and the US as they explore how the evolving nature of world order will affect the relationship between the two countries in the years and decades to come.

Michèle Flournoy Speaks at Kissinger Seminar on Grand Strategy

Michèle Flournoy joined The Kissinger Center and the America in the World Consortium for a virtual session with Professor Brands and Gavin’s Kissinger Seminar on Grand Strategy

Philip Zelikow Presents: The US, China, and Taiwan: A Strategy to Prevent War

Philip Zelikow hosted a Carnegie Squares seminar on his latest Council on Foreign Relations report outlining the best way forward on US-China dynamics concerning Taiwan

Kissinger Center Marks 100th Anniversary of Giovanni Agnelli’s Birth

The Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs is honored to mark the 100th anniversary of the birth of a founding donor and historic contributor to transatlantic relations, L'Avvocato Giovanni “Gianni” Agnelli

Fareed Zakaria speaks with Johns Hopkins Undergraduates and SAIS Students

Fareed Zakaria spoke with students in the undergraduate and graduate levels of the Kissinger Seminar on Grand Strategy on his new book, "Ten Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World," and geopolitics more broadly

IPSCON Hosts Panel on Publishing in Policy and Academia

Daniel Kurtz-Phelan, Editor of Foreign Affairs, Doyle Hodges, Executive Editor of the Texas National Security Review, Elizabeth Saunders, Editor at Monkey Cage and Bruce Jentleson, Editor of the Bridging the Gap Series with Oxford University Press spoke on the publication process

Kissinger Center Scholars Join Biden-Harris Administration

Kissinger Center scholars continue to bridge the world of ideas and practice by joining the Biden-Harris Administration. Learn more about our colleagues in their new policy roles.

Does the China Model Work? Technology, Commerce, and Geopolitics

Doug Silverman, Adri Guha, and Akhil Johri joined Professor Hal Brands and the Kissinger Center for a discussion, “Does the China Model Work? Technology, Commerce, and Geopolitics.”

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