The Global Policy Residency is the capstone project of the Master of Arts in Global Policy (MAGP). Students tackle a policy challenge in a foreign country, analyze it in a comparative context, and propose recommendations […]
SAIS Europe students recently traveled south to Lazio in central Italy to analyze the Battle of Monte Cassino, one of World War II’s most important military operations which paved the way for the Allies to […]
There’s nothing like the strong smell of waste water to wake up Johns Hopkins SAIS IDEV students in the morning. As part of the fall course “Improving Service Delivery in Developing Countries,” Professor Tanvi Nagpal led her annual field trip to Washington, DC’s Blue Plains Wastewater Treatment […]
What is the human cost of using force for political objectives? How do civilian leaders interact with military leaders? How do the levels of war interact during conflict? Johns Hopkins SAIS students recently explored these […]
The Master of Arts in Global Policy (MAGP) hosted a three-day leadership residency in Richmond, Virginia at the end of August 2017.
First year Asia Programs concentrators ended their first week of school with a tour of the U.S. Capitol hosted by the office of Congressman Joaquin Castro (TX), followed by a roundtable discussion with Congressman Castro […]
As students concentrating in Conflict Management, European and Eurasian Studies, and International Law, all were very excited to apply what they learned in the classroom to understand a current conflict in their region of interest.