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  • Clean Energy Now?: The Future of European Energy After Ukraine

    While the conversation about shifting away from fossil fuels to mitigate climate change is not new, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has brought new attention to the need to accelerate the roll out of clean energy technologies. Russia - the world’s third largest oil producer after the US and Saudi...

  • Altamar: The Next Decade's U.S. Security Challenges

    The U.S. is facing new and continued security challenges, and Altamar hosts Peter Schechter and Muni Jensen will take a deeper dive with John McLaughlin, former deputy CIA director and U.S. security expert.

    Many of the new challenges center around relations with China, starting with Beijing's ex...

  • Johns Hopkins India Institute:Women in Law and Socioeconomic Inequality in India

    Please join the Johns Hopkins India Institute and Hopkins at Home for a panel discussion on the role of women in the legal profession and the legacies of socioeconomic inequality in India. Drawing from both literary and social science perspectives, the panel will feature JHU alumna and award-winn...

  • The Impact of Indian-Americans on U.S. Politics

    Co-Hosted by the Johns Hopkins India Institute and SNF Agora Institute

    Indian-Americans, though representing just over 1% of the U.S. population, play a critical and growing role in the U.S. democratic process, in the spotlight now more than ever that Kamala Harris has become the country’s first...

  • Global Migration and Immigrant Experiences: From Policy to Practice

    Former SAIS Dean and current Majid Khadduri Professor of International Affairs and Middle East Studies, Vali Nasr joins Immigrant Food partners and SAIS alums Peter Schechter and Téa Ivanovic in a wide-ranging conversation about the growing role of business in social justice and advocacy, the cha...

  • Competing Along China's Western Horizon

    Tensions between the United States and China are on the rise, and it seems the world is entering what some experts have described as a "new type of Cold War." How should Washington respond to the geopolitical challenges posed by Beijing's rising power and influence? In particular, what difference...

  • Disenfranchised: The Rise and Fall of Industrial Citizenship in China

    Sociology Professor Joel Andreas dives into his second book, Disenfranchised: The Rise and Fall of Industrial Citizenship in China (Oxford 2019), which traces radical changes that have fundamentally transformed industrial relations over the past seven decades. Drawing on a decade of field researc...

  • Cold War Liberals

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    The purpose of this short course is to introduce (or reintroduce) alumni to an important chapter in contemporary intellectual history. The course studies several writers and scholars whose work in the early Cold War was decisive for casting the conflict between the Soviet Union and the United Sta...

  • India Institute

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    The Johns Hopkins India Institute unites Johns Hopkins’ India-affiliated community to improve society through research, education, practice, and
    mutually beneficial partnerships, and to help individuals lead healthier lives in India and beyond. The India Institute has focused so far on Hopkins’ g...

  • "China’s Western Horizon" (Book Club)

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    Under the ambitious leadership of President Xi Jinping, China is zealously transforming its wealth and economic power into potent tools of global political influence. But China’s foreign policy initiatives, even the vaunted “Belt and Road,” will be shaped and redefined as they confront the ground...

  • Vaccine Access in the Era of COVID-19 with the Johns Hopkins India Institute

    According to the World Health Organization, immunization currently prevents 2-3 million deaths a year and is one of the greatest successful and cost-effective public health interventions. With the continued spread of COVID-19, there is heightened attention on the need for an effective vaccine as ...