|March 2, 2017 - Organized by the Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe Student Government Association|
Iraq & Syria's Generation 2000: An Uphill Struggle
MARIA LUISA FANTAPPIE International Crisis Group, Belgium
|February 27, 2017 - Strategic Studies Series|
Is the Post War International Order Coming to an End?
SIR LAWRENCE FREEDMAN King's College London, University of Oxford, U.K.
|February 23, 2017 - Understanding the New Europe Series|
The Political Economy of Monetary Solidarity: Understanding the Euro Experiment
WALTRAUD SCHELKLE The London School of Economics and Political Science, U.K.
|February 20, 2017 - International Development and Economics Series|
Global Value Chains and Focal Enterprises
PAUL H. DEMBINSKI Observatoire de la Finance, Switzerland
|February 16, 2017 - Understanding the New Europe Series|
Politicization and Integration through Law: Whither Integration Theory?
SABINE SAURUGGER Sciences Po Grenoble, France
|February 13, 2017 - International Development and Economics Series|
Social Protection and Labor Policies: Building Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa
GIUSEPPE ZAMPAGLIONE World Bank, U.S.
|February 6, 2017 - International Commercial Policy Series|
Services and Performance of the Indian Economy: Analysis and Policy Options
HILDEGUNN KYVIK NORDAS OECD, France
|February 2, 2017 - Understanding the New Europe Series|
France's Strategic Role in the World: Historical Continuities and New Dilemmas in the Era of Brexit and Trump
ALICE PANNIER Institut de Recherche Strategique de l'Ecole Militaire; CERI Sciences Po, France
|January 30, 2017 - Constitutional Developments in Central Asia Series|
Central Asia’s Global Authoritarian Spaces: Politics and Contestation Outside of a Closed Region
ALEXANDER COOLEY Harriman Institute, Columbia University, U.S.
|December 20, 2016 - Economics Series. Supported by the Steven Muller Chair in German Studies |
Financial Stability and the Real Economy
CLAUDIA M. BUCH Vice-President, Deutsche Bundesbank, Germany