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Welcome Back Party

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Join the International Studies Program for our annual Welcome Back Party on Thursday, September 5 from 5:00pm-7:00pm in Gilman 132.  Mix and mingle with International Studies faculty, staff, and students and learn about what to expect this fall from the International Studies Leadership Committee and the International Studies Program.  Food and drinks will be provided.
Note:  This event is for sophomore, junior and senior declared majors only.

Aronson Center Speaker Series

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“North America the Next Generation: From NAFTA to USMCA”
Speakers: Francisco Gonzaléz, Latin American Studies Program, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)
Christopher Sands, Canadian Studies Program, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)

Aronson Center Speaker Series

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“International Nationalism: The European Far-Right and the American Alt-Right”
Speaker: Anne Applebaum, SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University

SAIS in Baltimore Day

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Join the Homewood International Studies Program and the School of Advanced International Studies for “SAIS in Baltimore Day” Wednesday, October 2.  See below for program information, times and locations.
Lunch Event:
SAIS in Baltimore Faculty Panel: American Foreign Policy in the Trump Era and Beyond
12:00pm-1:15pm
Levering Great Hall
Faculty Speakers:
Professor Hal Brands, Henry A. Kissinger Distinguished Professor
Professor Andrew Mertha, George and Sadie Hyman Professor of China Studies and Director of the SAIS China Studies Program
Professor Adria Lawrence, Aronson Associate Professor of International Studies and Political Science
Professor Matthias Matthijs, Assistant Professor of International Political Economy

Evening Event:
America and the Future of Great-Power Competition
5:00pm-6:30pm
Bloomberg 272
Join us for a discussion on the future of war and America’s relationships with China and Russia, featuring Former Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work and Head of the Center for New American Security, Richard Fontaine.  The talk will be moderated by Professor Hal Brands, Henry A. Kissinger Distinguished Professor at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).

America and the Future of Great-Power Competition 5:00pm-6:30pm Bloomberg 272

Aronson Center Speaker Series

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Join Erik Jones, Professor of European Studies and International Political Economy and Director of European and Eurasian Studies at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) for a candid talk about the current political situation in the UK, “Brexit and the Disintegration of Europe.”  Lunch will be provided.
Informational Reading:
“Towards a Theory of Disintegration”
“Why European Democracies are Struggling”
“Europe: Between Dream and Reality?”
“Four Things We Should Learn from Brexit”

Aronson Center Speaker Series

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“Who’s Afraid of China? Contesting the Sino-Korean Border in History and Imagination”
Speaker: Nuri Kim, East Asian Studies, Johns Hopkins University

Aronson Center Speaker Series

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“Space: The Final Frontier?”
Speaker: Daniel Deudney, Political Science, Johns Hopkins University

Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs Presentation

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Join the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) for an information session on best practices when applying for graduate school.  Carmen Mezzera, APSIA’s Executive Director, will answer questions about:
Selecting a graduate program
Preparing an application
Paying for school
Career opportunities
Lunch will be provided.

SAIS BA/MA and JYA Information Session

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Interested in doing the BA/MA program with SAIS?  Thinking about the semester or junior year abroad program at SAIS Europe?  Are you a graduating senior that wants to learn more about the Direct Admissions Program?  Then join the International Studies Program on November 14 for an information session with admissions representatives from SAIS.  Learn about the different SAIS campuses, eligibility requirements, what makes a good applicant, and get all your questions answered.  We hope you’ll join us!

Symposium on Brazil: Amazonian Studies: Multidisciplinary Approaches

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Co-Sponsored by the International Studies Program and the Portuguese Language Program at Johns Hopkins University.