February 28, 2019

Philanthropy accounts for a significant flow of resources across borders in support of a variety of civic and nonprofit initiatives.  What is its size and composition and how important is it?  How are conditions for philanthropy changing across different regions?  A brief presentation of recent findings from the Global Philanthropy Indices will precede a discussion of what role philanthropy does play and should play in international relations.  The Global Philanthropy Indices are two periodic me...

In this week's "Four Minute Foreign Policy" interview Johns Hopkins SAIS Foreign Policy Institute proudly presents Fellow Benjamin Creutzfeldt, who has spent thirty years working on China and the last decade on burgeoning China-Latin America relations.

With such politically sensitive regions and topics, how can we discern the signal from the noise? Dr. Creutzfeldt shares his insights into working in noisy environments, both in terms of popular media and academic analysis.

What can we learn from le...

This week, FPI SAIS is pleased to introduce outgoing Visiting Scholar Rasmus Sinnemaa, who sat down with us to discuss his experience, plans, and advice for potential future visiting scholars, offering a candid look behind the scenes at life as a visiting international researcher in Washington, DC. A first-hand perspective for all international scholars interested in joining and working with FPI!

DAAD Post-Doctoral Fellow Stephan Kieninger's new article will be published by the Journal of Transatlantic Studies in its forthcoming special issue on Henry Kissinger.

Read the early access online version here.


Drawing on American and German evidence, Stephan Kieninger’s contribution

looks into Henry Kissinger’s ambivalent relationship with Germany scrutinizing

both the parallels between Kissinger’s détente and Willy Brandt’s Ostpolitik as well

as the frictions and the competition between bo...

February 11, 2019

Foreign Policy Institute’s Art of Diplomacy Speaker Series Presents

Climate Negotiation on the Frontlines

with Sue Biniaz Senior Fellow, United Nations Foundation

and Former Deputy Legal Adviser, U.S. State Department

Moderated by Daniel Magraw, FPI Senior Fellow

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

12:30pm - 1:45 pm

Nitze 410

1740 Massachusetts Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20036

FPI's Art of Diplomacy Speaker Series is a student-run program that seeks to increase Johns Hopkins SAIS students’ understanding of modern d...

Welcome to a two-part interview featuring DAAD Post-Doctoral Fellow Dmitri Blueschke, who leverages game theoretical models to understand state interactions in the confluence of economic and political interests. How does game theory modeling work? And what can it show us about U.S. tariff policies? Watch now to learn more!

Game Theory in IR: How Can We Model State Actors?

In this episode of "Four Minute Foreign Policy," FPI SAIS is pleased to introduce DAAD Post-Doctoral Fellow Dmitri Bl...

February 1, 2019

Welcome to a special three-part Four Minute Foreign Policy series on the INF, which ran from Monday, January 28 to Friday, February 2, when the United States moved to allow the INF Treaty to expire following controversy over Russian missile development. FPI Fellow Jeffrey Pryce breaks down the history, contemporary controversy, and consequences of the INF and its potential abrogation.

The INF: Origins and Impact (Pt. I)

On February 2, 2019, many expect that the United States will move to end the h...

Please reload

Please reload

Follow Us
  • Twitter Basic Square
  • Facebook Basic Square
  • YouTube Social  Icon
  • LinkedIn Social Icon
  • Google+ Basic Square
Search By Tags
Please reload

1619 Massachusetts Ave. NW

Rome Building, Suite 734

Washington, DC 20036


  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • YouTube
  • LinkedIn

© 2015 The Foreign Policy Institute

The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)
The Johns Hopkins University