The best of the Internet on maritime security, ocean resources, and sovereignty for the week of December 2-6.
Please join the SAIS Review for a launch event on Monday, December 9th at 4:30 PM in the Rome Auditorium. Light refreshments will be served! RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org OR on […]
On May 9th, the SAIS Review of International Affairs hosted Vanda Felbab-Brown, of the Brookings Institution, for a dynamic and engaging discussion of the illicit economy and how it relates to state-building, governance, and violence.
The Foreign Policy Institute and the SAIS Review of International Affairs hosted a lecture by Robert Neuwirth on March 28th. He discussed the informal
economy as part of an inclusive and equitable development strategy.
The SAIS Review’s Associate Editor Meghan Kleinsteiber interviewed Samuel Tadros from Hudson Institute and Yukon Huang from Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on two regions undergoing major transitions today, the Middle East and China. Watch the interviews here.
The SAIS Review will host “The World in Transition” release event on Monday, March 4. Join us in celebrating our 23rd year of publication.
The SAIS Review’s Editor-in-Chief, Joshua Grundleger, and Senior Editor, Sean Creehan, recently sat down with Ian Bremmer, founder and president of Eurasia Group, a global political risk research and consulting firm. Dr. Bremmer discussed […]
The SAIS Review of International Affairs has published its newest issue, Hidden Risks: Challenges for the International System. Risk—or the calculated probability that some undesirable outcome will occur—impacts nearly every aspect of our lives. In Hidden Risks, the SAIS Review seeks to foster a discussion on some of the risks that may be hidden, misunderstood, or woefully unaddressed by those who might be most affected by their realization.
The SAIS Review of International Affairs, the academic journal of The Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), has long sought to provide a forum for fresh insight and discussion of some of the most pressing and significant issues in international relations, economics, and policy. Now with the launch of the SAIS Review blog and website, it hopes to continue this mission, reaching new audiences and playing a greater role in the development of the community of ideas.