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October 21, 2021

Are We Living through Another Cold War?

Professor Sergey Radchenko presents his inaugural lecture as SAIS Europe's Wilson E. Schmidt...

Speakers: Sergey Radchenko, Francis J. Gavin, Michael G. Plummer

Europe & Eurasia, Foreign Policy, International Relations, Politics

October 19, 2021

Here, Right Matters

Alexander Vindman, an FPI fellow and doctoral student at SAIS, joined Johns Hopkins SAIS Interim...

Speakers: Kent E. Calder, Cinnamon Dornsife, Alexander Vindman

Foreign Policy, Ukraine, U.S. Politics, Impeachment, Deans Speaker Series

October 18, 2021

Where Will Europe Fail and Where Will it Succeed?

Part of the BIPR’s European and Eurasian Studies Series, Professor Veronica Anghel begins the...

Speakers: Erhard Busek, Veronica Anghel

Europe & Eurasia, Foreign Policy, International Relations, Politics

October 14, 2021

Revolution and Counter-Revolution in the Middle East and North Africa

The discussion begins with Dr. Paola Rivetti noting that there are two main topics she will be...

Speakers: Dr. Paola Rivetti, Professor Raffaella A. Del Sarto

Foreign Policy, International Relations, Middle East & Africa

October 7, 2021

Eating in the Anthropocene: Can we mitigate climate change through food systems?

Professor Arntraud Hartmann begins the seminar with a brief introduction of Professor Jessica Fanzo...

Speakers: Jessica Fanzo, Arntraud Hartmann

Development, Economics Finance & Trade, Energy Environment Climate & Technology

October 4, 2021

Autocracy at War: Merit vs. Loyalty in the Red Army during WWII

For autocratic leaders fighting to stay in power, the struggle of how to promote subordinates while...

Speakers: Eugene Finkel, Michael G. Plummer

Foreign Policy, History, International Relations, Politics

October 1, 2021

Relearning the Lost Arts of China Scholarship Workshop Series

As our access to Chinese data sources becomes increasingly constrained, and the political...

Speakers: Andrew Mertha

SCGRC, China

September 30, 2021

A Conversation with Ambassador Juan José Gómez Camacho

Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies hosted Juan José Gómez-Camacho, Mexico's...

Speakers: Kent E. Calder, Juan José Gómez-Camacho

Diplomacy, U.S.-Mexico-Canada relations, Deans Speaker Series

September 27, 2021

Where Does the EU Want to Go? A Perspective from Rome and Brussels

The discussion began with Veronica Anghel asking Pietro Benassi and Antonio Parenti where the...

Speakers: Pietro Benassi, Antonio Parenti, Veronica Anghel

Europe & Eurasia, Foreign Policy, Politics

September 23, 2021

Borderlands: Europe and the Mediterranean Middle East

Over the last twenty years, and especially after the creation of its European Neighborhood Policy...

Speakers: Raffaella A. Del Sarto, Kalypso Nicolaïdis, Simone Tholens, Michael Leigh

Europe & Eurasia, Foreign Policy, International Relations, Middle East & Africa, Politics