Skip navigation

Event Recap

April 22, 2020

Lives and Livelihoods: The Impact of the Coronavirus on India

Experts from The Johns Hopkins University joined a discussion to offer insight on how the Indian...

Speakers: Devesh Kapur, Pravin Krishna, Amita Gupta, Nagpurnanand Prabhala

global health, India

April 20, 2020

Lifelong Learning and the Potent Challenge of Citizenship

Lord Dr. Michael Hastings joined Johns Hopkins SAIS students and guests for a discussion on the...

Speakers: Lord Dr. Michael Hastings

COVID-19, Europe, global health

April 16, 2020

ESM, SURE, Recovery Plan and Eurobonds: Too Little Too Late?

The Bologna Institute for Policy Research (BIPR) hosted an online seminar on Europe’s response to...

Speakers: Erik Jones, Filippo Taddei, Michael Leigh

COVID-19, economy, European Union

April 16, 2020

FPI Coffee Hour | Europe's Exit Strategy: Rising out of the COVID-19 Crisis

The school hosted a discussion to explore the various strategies of the European Union (EU) as it...

Speakers: Daniel S. Hamilton, Kristina Spohr, Cengiz Güna

global health, COVID-19, European Union

April 15, 2020

Globalization, Climate Change, and Cleantech Supply Chains in the Age of COVID-19

Johns Hopkins SAIS Professor Jonas Nahm reviews past attempts to revive domestic economies through...

Speakers: Jonas Nahm

COVID-19, Climate Change, Globalization

April 14, 2020

The Impact of the Coronavirus on Asian Countries

Johns Hopkins SAIS experts joined a webinar to discuss the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in...

Speakers: Karl Jackson, Devesh Kapur, Andrew Mertha, James Person, Joshua White, Carla Freeman

Asia, COVID-19, China, India, Pakistan, Indonesia, South Korea

April 11, 2020

The Breaking Point: The Emergence of Separate Knowledge and Information Systems Condemn the U.S. and China to Mutual Alienation

The school hosted a conversation on US-China relations amid at the coronavirus pandemic.

Speakers: Adam Webb, Robert Daly

China, COVID-19, economy

April 10, 2020

Intersectionality and Sphere Pluralism: An Unlikely Dialogue About Equality and Liberty in a Global Space

The school hosted a discussion focused on equality, liberty, and strategies for bringing about a...

Speakers: Adam Webb

Social Movements

April 9, 2020

Funding the Response to the COVID-19 Crisis

Governments are responding to the coronavirus pandemic with very different fiscal and monetary...

Speakers: Erik Jones, Filippo Taddei

COVID-19, economy, European Union

April 9, 2020

FPI Coffee Hour | Innovative Remedies Needed: Meeting the Economic and Financial Challenges of COVID-19

The Foreign Policy Institute of the Johns Hopkins SAIS launched their “FPI Coffee Hour” series with...

Speakers: John Lipsky

global health, COVID-19, economy

Pages