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SAIS Hosted Forum on Upcoming Tunisian Elections on October 17

The SAIS Center for Transatlantic Relations (CTR) hosted a forum entitled "Tunisia: Act Two" on Monday, October 17 featuring Mohamed Salah Tekaya, Tunisian ambassador to the United States; Tamara Wittes, deputy assistant secretary for Near Eastern Affairs and deputy special coordinator for Middle East Transitions at the U.S.

SAIS Hosted Conference on Future of U.S.-China Relations on October 24

Zbigniew Brzezinski, SAIS professor of American foreign policy, counselor and trustee at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and former national security adviser, delivered the keynote address at this daylong conference entitled, "U.S.-China Sustained Dialogue" on Monday, October 24.

SAIS Hosted Conference on Rebuilding Afghanistan on October 27

Ekil Ahmad Hakimi, Afghan ambassador to the United States, and Larry Sampler, senior deputy assistant to the USAID administrator, delivered the keynote addresses at this daylong conference titled, "Rebuild Afghanistan Summit" on Thursday, October 27.

Professor Anne Krueger Spoke at SAIS on the European Financial Crisis and U.S. Recession on November 8

Anne Krueger, SAIS professor of international economics and former first deputy managing director at the International Monetary Fund, discussed "The European Financial Crisis and the American Recession: Which Way Out?" on Tuesday, November 8.

SAIS Hosted Book Event For Professor Eliot Cohen on November 10

Eliot Cohen, director of the SAIS Strategic Studies Program and author of Conquered Into Liberty: Two Centuries of Battles Along the Great Warpath That Made the American Way of Way; Tom Ricks, contributing editor for Foreign Policy and senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security; Nicholas Westbrook, director emeritus at Fort Ticonderoga; and Charles Doran (moderator), director of the SAIS Canadian Studies and International Relations programs, discussed Cohen's new book on Thursday, November 10.

SAIS Hosted Book Event for Journalist Robert Guest on November 17

Robert Guest, global business editor for The Economist and author of Borderless Economics: Chinese Sea Turtles, Indian Fridges and the New Fruits of Global Capitalism, discussed his new book on Thursday, November 17.

SAIS Hosted a Forum on the Geopolitics of Hunger on November 18, 2011

As a part of SAIS's "Year of Agriculture," Jessica Adelman, vice president of corporate affairs for the North America region at Syngenta, discussed "The Geopolitics of Hunger" on Friday, November 18.

U.S. Ambassador to Syria and SAIS Graduate Robert Ford Spoke at SAIS on November 21

Robert Ford, U.S. ambassador to Syria and a 1983 SAIS graduate, spoke at the school on Monday, November 21 during a discussion with students, faculty and alumni about his experiences in supporting the right of free speech and peaceful protest in Syria.