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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.”

The Future of US-China Relations with Sheena Greitens and Zack Cooper

Dr. Sheena Greitens and Dr. Zack Cooper joined Kissinger Center for discussion on howBiden Administration's future US-China policy

Kissinger Center announces Janne Nolan Prize winners for Best Article on National Security/International Affairs

The Janne Nolan Prize for Best Article on National Security/International Affairs is an FSF initiative that recognizes the best emerging talent in the international security field. We are proud to announce the prize's most recent recipients.

Council on Foreign Relations Hosts Kissinger Center’s Dr. Sarotte for Talk on The Future of Europe

Mary Elise Sarotte joined CFR for its latest Virtual General Meeting on “The Future of Europe”

Nuclear Safety, Maintenance and Readiness: Perspectives from Junior and Mid-career Military Officials

The Kissinger Center's NSRI program co-hosted a panel on nuclear safety with CSIS' Project on Nuclear Issues for undergraduates studying nuclear scholarship and international relations

James Steinberg joins NPR to discuss President-elect Biden's nominee for secretary of state and impending foreign policy challenges

James Steinberg, who served in the Obama administration as Deputy Secretary of State, joined NPR’s "All Things Considered" podcast series to discuss the next President-elect Biden's secretary of state nominee, Antony Blinken

Kissinger Center Hosts Amb. Wendy Sherman for a Talk on Political Transitions

Amb. Wendy Sherman hosted a seminar on political transitions for PhD students in the Kissinger Center's IPSCON program

Sheltering in Place: American Foreign Policy in Crisis

Eli Lake joined Johns Hopkins SAIS and undergraduate students for a conversation on the new direction of US Foreign Policy and how the US can be active in the world while addressing major challenges at home.

Perspectives on the Post-Covid World Order

The John W. Kluge Center hosted a discussion on the world after Covid-19 with the Kissinger Center's Margaret MacMillan, Francis J. Gavin and Hal Brands.