April 29, 2019

With decades of experience at the front lines of Track II diplomacy, JHU SAIS Foreign Policy Institute Fellow Randa Slim sheds light on how committed groups and leaders can make progress toward resolving conflict even when official talks have broken down.

The Iron Curtain. The 1994 North Korea crisis. The Syrian Civil War. These are just a few of the monumental issues in which Track II diplomacy has played a critical role.

What, precisely, is this road less traveled? Watch now to learn the four co...

The Betty Lou Hummel Memorial Lecture

School of Advanced International Studies

Washington, DC

April 9, 2019

Why America Matters

Ambassador (ret.) Nicholas Burns

Congratulations to my friend, Dean Vali Nasr, for all he is doing to strengthen SAIS and to envision a new future here in Washington D.C. for this great school.

Many thanks to my Foreign Service colleague, Professor Eric Edelman, for being here. Thanks, as well, to Professor Carla Freeman.

It is an honor to give the Betty Lou Hummel Memorial Lec...

Foreign Policy Institute’s Art of Diplomacy Speaker Series Presents

Diplomacy and Diversity: A Female Diplomat in the Middle East

with Ambassador Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley

Moderated by Shamila N. Chaudhary, Senior Advisor to the Dean, Johns Hopkins SAIS

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

4:45pm – 6:00pm

Bernstein-Offit Building, Room 500

1717 Massachusetts Avenue NW Washington, DC

Former US Ambassador to Malta Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley shared her experiences as the first female leader of a US mission in Saudi...

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