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1 For a normal college experience during the pandemic, these students hopped continents
2 Israeli delegations bask in UAE glow, even as details few
3 Retired colonel shares stories of resilience
4 Despite Trump-Modi Friendship, Survey Says Indian Americans Back Biden
5 Serving the greater good
6 Group to develop guidance for evaluating requests to rename buildings, programs
7 The Headwinds Looming for the US Army
8 RENEWABLE ENERGY: Court derails Trump solar tariff plan
9 The Democracy Project | Hub
10 Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright reflects on her career
11 Dickson Effah | Consultant
12 Covid-19 may drive one in 10 Indian Americans to...
13 China: Charting a Course Between Conflict and Accommodation
14 For the People: Public Service in 21st Century America | Perryworldhouse
15 Poll: 72 percent of Indian American voters support Biden, Harris | TheHill
16 John Gans, Author at Just Security
17 Johns Hopkins evaluates foreign study programs in response to coronavirus outbreak
18 The Lawfare Podcast: An October Surprise from the New York Post
19 Vali Nasr to step down as dean of Johns Hopkins' School of Advanced International Studies
20 Shedding light on the limits of Chinese power
21 Carnegie Endowment Announces The Malcolm H. Kerr Carnegie Middle East Center
22 National security experts describe a distracted and potentially vulnerable country
23 Niskanen Briefing: Republicans Make The Case for Refugees (With Recording)
24 Falling into the Adaptation Gap
25 Europe's Surprising Global Reset – BRINK – News and Insights on Global Risk
26 Eisenhower Library Lunch & Learn: Author James Worthen
27 SAIS launches new doctoral degree program for international affairs practitioners
28 Capitol interns learn the power of respectful dialogue
29 AP Explains: Trump seizes on dubious Biden-Ukraine story
30 There Is a Solution to the Huawei Challenge
31 Hopkins closes on former Newseum building in DC to use for research, education, public events
32 Johns Hopkins SAIS and McGill University's Max Bell School of Public Policy launch cooperative degree program
33 Hopkins graduate student files class action suit seeking partial tuition refund
34 Looking ahead: Experts imagine a post-pandemic world
35 Johns Hopkins to acquire Newseum building in Washington, D.C.
36 SNF Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins announces new faculty hires
37 COVID-19 and a splintered European Union | Hub
38 Diane Bernabei, Author at Just Security
39 Understanding COVID-19's impact in Italy and Europe
40 Experts: Assassination of Suleimani 'pulverizes' U.S. influence in Middle East
41 Recognizing disinformation during the COVID-19 pandemic | Hub
42 36 early-career faculty members earn Johns Hopkins Catalyst Awards
43 A tabloid got a trove of data on Hunter Biden from Rudy Giuliani. Now, the FBI is probing a possible disinformation campaign.
44 East Asia offers mixed lessons in COVID-19 response
45 Johns Hopkins’ stark economic outlook and planned cutbacks signal what’s to come for Maryland higher education
46 Johns Hopkins awards nearly $1M to support PhD professional development
47 Amid increase in coronavirus cases, Johns Hopkins, Loyola opt for online-only classes this fall
48 Hopkins-Nanjing Center delays on-site programming amid China coronavirus outbreak
49 2020 Phi Beta Kappa Virtual Induction Ceremony | Academic Advising
50 Johns Hopkins libraries resume Borrow Direct service
51 'Foreign Policy' magazine ranks Johns Hopkins among nation's best schools for studying international relations
52 Student advisory group to provide input as Johns Hopkins plans gradual resumption of in-person activities
53 Johns Hopkins expert says coronavirus could bring on a digital Cold War with China
54 Kissinger Center hosts debate on grand strategy
55 COVID-19 likely to weigh on U.S. election turnout, outcomes
56 COVID-19 and World Order: The Future of Conflict, Competition, and Cooperation
57 Ambassador Cui Tiankai Speaks on current China-US Relations at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
58 Italy Remains Under Lockdown Due To Spread Of COVID-19
59 Student-run foreign affairs podcast continues to grow
61 COVID-19 and national responses, part 1 of 2: Asia and Europe
62 Esper Discusses 2 Years of National Defense Strategy Efforts
63 Travis Zahnow
64 DOD Review Finds $5.7 Billion in Savings to Shift to Priority Missions
65 Italy's prime minister pays a visit to Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
66 Johns Hopkins launches Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs
67 Coronavirus: American scholar says pandemic could de-escalate global conflict
68 Historian Hal Brands on COVID-19's effect on world order
69 The Newseum is closing. Here's what's next for the building and the Freedom Forum.
70 SAIS alumna's legacy carries on in memorial fellowship
71 Johns Hopkins hosts conversation about how women of color influence public policy
72 Your guide to virtual Commencement | Hub
73 Foreign language fellowship fosters exchange between Krieger School, SAIS
74 The pandemic's effects on climate change are mixed, but mostly harmful
75 New online financial aid tools available for all JHU students
76 An end to Hong Kong as we know it?
77 Korea think tank at U.S. university to close after Seoul withdraws funding
78 Study abroad students return home and other coronavirus precautions at Md. colleges
79 Historian, journalist Anne Applebaum joins SNF Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins
80 $25 Million To Accelerate Johns Hopkins' MBA Makeover
81 Researchers Will Track Whether Coronavirus Recovery Spending Benefits Climate
82 Nation needs smarter Coronavirus response | Letters to the Editor
83 Because Hamiltonians Fight Disaster: Elza Harb '18
84 This Beijing-Linked Billionaire Is Funding Policy Research at Washington's Most Influential Institutions
85 COVID-19: Housing Update | Community Living
86 Students sent home: University suspends in-person classes as coronavirus spreads nationwide
87 Student Conduct & Ethics | Student Affairs
88 Johns Hopkins University Buys The Newseum Building In DC
89 Podcast: Thomas Rid on active measures and digital disinformation
90 What future for the World Bank’s Doing Business project?
91 As Hopkins expands into D.C., what does that mean for Baltimore?
92 Mara Karlin
93 Susan A. Thornton
94 Envisioning a post-COVID-19 future with an eye on the past: a queer and trans perspective
95 Lisel Hintz
96 Home – 2020 Launching a Career in International Affairs – Foreign Policy Guide
97 Christiane Amanpour to speak at SAIS commencement
98 Johns Hopkins University to Purchase Newseum for $373M
99 Lou Forster elected 17th chair of Johns Hopkins University board of trustees
100 Army Officer Who Clashed With Trump Vows to Speak Out on Security Issues