Our Faculty Fellow Sheena Greitens has published an article in Foreign Affairs examining how Taiwan has historically provided economic and political aid to Hong Kong and the international implications of the Taiwanese national identity.
In response to the surprise announcement by the US President to reduce the number of American soldiers in Germany, our executive director Will Inboden appeared on The World and Everything in it: Washington Wednesday to offer his analysis of the situation and the history of US troops stationed in Germany.
Registration has opened for online attendance of the "World Order after COVID-19 Forum."
Join Johns Hopkins University President Ron Daniels, the JHU School of Advanced International Studies and the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs for an event that draws upon the deep expertise and global academic leadership from among Johns Hopkins’ ten schools and departments as well as its unique programs including the SNF Agora Institute and the Applied Physics Lab.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic dealt a crippling blow to global public health while devastating the world economy. As Henry Kissinger recently warned, “The coronavirus epidemic will forever alter the world order.” Moments of great shock, however, can also provide an opportunity to boldly re-imagine our future to build a new and better world.
Our Senior Fellow Mark Pomar appeared on WORLD Radio this week to discuss America's role in public radio abroad and his career working with Radio Free Europe and Voice of America.
Clements Center Distinguished Senior Fellow General Vincent Brooks provides piercing insight into US-ROK relations and the current situation on the Korean peninsula in this CSIS panel discussion.
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