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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.

Evaluating Trends in Nationalism: A Carnegie Squares Session with Dr. Alina Polyakova

Dr. Alina Polyakova spoke on the rise of nationalism in Europe in a seminar for IPSCON Junior Scholars interested in translating their PhD research into policy-making and policy-relevant careers.

Book Launch: “Exiting the Cold War; Entering a New World”

Kissinger Center professors Kristina Spohr and Mary Sarotte participated in a discussion on the end of the Cold War and the beginning of a new world order to celebrate the launch of a new book, "Exiting the Cold War, Entering a New World."

Book Salon for Professor Philip Zelikow’s To Build a Better World

The Kissinger Center hosted a salon dinner with SAIS students, academics, and practitioners and special guest Philip Zelikow, the White Burkett Miller Professor of History and J. Wilson Newman Professor of Governance at the University of Virginia.

America and the future of Great Power Competition at Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood campus

The Kissinger Center hosted SAIS alumni Robert Work (MA '93), former deputy secretary of defense, and Richard Fontaine (MA '02), CEO of the Center for New American Security, at the Johns Hopkins Homewood undergraduate campus for a discussion, moderated by Professor Hal Brands, on the future of war and America's relationships with China and Russia.

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

The Kissinger Center brought SAIS professors Hal Brands, Andrew Mertha, Adria 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.