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2022-2024 Ax:son Johnson Institute for Statecraft and Diplomacy Pre and Postdoctoral Fellows at the Kissinger Center Announced

The Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) is thrilled to announce its new cohort of 2022–2024 Ax:son Johnson Institute for Statecraft and Diplomacy (AJI) Pre and Postdoctoral Fellows.

Featured Scholar: John Gleb, 2021-2022 AWC Predoctoral Fellow

In this Featured Scholar article, the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs spoke with Mr. John Gleb, a 2021–2022 America in the World Consortium Predoctoral Fellow at the Center, to learn more about his ongoing work on the emergence of the American national security state.

Featured Scholar: Daniel Chardell, 2021-2022 AWC Predoctoral Fellow

In this Featured Scholar article, the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs spoke with Mr. Daniel Chardell, a 2021–2022 America in the World Consortium Predoctoral Fellow at the Center, to learn more about his ongoing work on perspectives on the post-Cold War order in the Middle East.

Featured Scholar: Dr. Tyler Bowen, 2021-2022 AWC Postdoctoral Fellow

In this Featured Scholar article, the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs spoke with Dr. Tyler Bowen, a 2021–2022 America in the World Consortium (AWC) Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center, to learn more about his ongoing work on U.S. strategic defense allocation.

Featured Scholar: Dr. Payam Ghalehdar, 2021-2022 DAAD Postdoctoral Fellow

In this Featured Scholar article, the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs spoke with Dr. Payam Ghalehdar, a 2021–2022 Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) / German Academic Exchange Service Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center, to discuss his ongoing work on the role of emotions in the formulation of U.S. foreign policy.

Professor Hal Brands, "The Dangers of China’s Decline," Foreign Policy

In this Foreign Policy article, Professor Hal Brands explores what influence a China that is both economically challenged and militarily coercive could have in the world.

Professor Sergey Radchenko and Professor Mary Sarotte Interviewed about Ukraine in The Atlantic

In this article in The Atlantic by Uri Friedman, Professor Sergey Radchenko and Professor Mary Sarotte share their insights into major moments in Cold War history and how those crises compare to the crisis in Ukraine.

Professor Sergey Radchenko and Professor Mary Sarotte, "What China Can Learn from German History," Foreign Affairs

In this Foreign Affairs article, Kissinger Center faculty members Professor Sergey Radchenko and Professor Mary Elise Sarotte argue that China can draw on German history in its relations with Russia following the invasion of Ukraine.

Professor Hal Brands, "Opposing China Means Defeating Russia," Foreign Policy

In this Foreign Policy article, Professor Hal Brands examines the ways in which US policy towards Russia in Ukraine and its policy towards China are interrelated.

Hybrid Event: Germany and the United States: What’s Next for the Transatlantic Alliance?

Join SAIS Dean Jim Steinberg and H.E. Emily Haber, German Ambassador to the U.S., for a conversation on the potential trajectory of the German-American alliance after the inauguration of the new German government.

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