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Program Director Launches Books on Intelligence Leaders around the World

Dr. Mark Stout

JHU AAP Program Director Dr. Mark Stout, in collaboration with fellow intelligence historians, Drs. Paul Maddrell, Christopher Moran, and Ioanna Iordanou launched a two volume edited set entitled Spy Chiefs in December and January. Published by Georgetown University Press, these include Volume 1: Intelligence Leaders in the United States and United Kingdom and Volume 2: read more…

MA in Government Faculty Member Al From Featured in Washington Post

Al From

MA in Government faculty member Al From was featured in Washington Post Magazine article, What Democrats can learn from the centrists who got Bill Clinton to the White House. Al From is the founder and former CEO of the Democratic Leadership Council. Al From is co-teaching a class with Alice McKeon Political Ideas, Strategy, and Policy Implementationin in the read more…

D. Robert Worley on NPR

On December 1, 2017, the “Truth, Politics and Power” weekly episode featured D. Robert Worley discussing how the commander in chief acquired that authority, why Congress has surrendered its constitutional role and whether there are any checks and balances on President Trump’s ability to launch a nuclear first strike on North Korea. Listen EPISODE 37: WAR POWERS

MS in Government Analytics Alum Zachary Hanson Publishes New Book

One of our distinguished Government Analytics alumni, Zachary Hanson, has just published a new book: The Art of Being Artificially Intelligent: A Millenial’s Guide to Faking It Till You Make It. About the book: It can be difficult to attain lofty goals and aspirations, especially for the millennial generation. The Art of Being Artificially Intelligent: A Millennial’s read more…

A New Endeavor by Our Adjunct Mark Zaid, Esq.

Mark Zaid, Esq.

Hello Everyone, There has been quite a bit of coverage the last couple days of one of the endeavors of our adjunct Mark Zaid, who teaches “Legal Issues in Intelligence and National Security.” For those who haven’t seen the announcement of his new project Whistleblower Aid, of which he is co-founder, I pass on a read more…

Global Security Podcasts: An Interview with Dr. Meir Elran

Dr. Meir Elran

Studying Societal Resilience at Home and Abroad With the cleanup from Hurricane Harvey still in its early stages and with Hurricane Irma plowing its way through the Caribbean aimed at the continental United States, now is a good time to think about societal resilience. In this Global Security Podcast, Mark Stout talks with Dr. Meir read more…

David Satter’s Op-Ed Article in The Wall Street Journal

David Satter

David Satter, adjunct faculty in the Center for Advanced Governmental Studies, has published his op-ed in The Wall Street Journal: Trump Must Stand Strong Against Putin The president needs to show that the U.S. is prepared to deter Russian aggression.

The Sports Impact Leadership Certificate Partners with JHU Advanced Academic Programs to Launch Online Training at the Intersection of Sports & Philanthropy

Sports Impact Leadership Certificate

WASHINGTON, DC, June 7, 2017 — SILC, in partnership with Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Programs, offers students the opportunity to earn an innovative non-credit certificate with support from a world-class academic institution. A project of the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers (WRAG), SILC provides leaders in this space the opportunity to Up Your Game read more…

Paul Weinstein’s Article on How CEOs Could Help Pay for Tax Reform

Paul Weinstein

Paul Weinstein, Director of the MA in Public Management program, publishes a new article in The Hill: How CEOs could help pay for tax reform. When Congress passed the Dodd-Frank Act, it included a requirement that U.S. companies annually report the ratio between their CEO and median worker pay. This modest provision takes effect this year, but read more…

Mark Stout Quoted in Popular Mechanics

Dr. Mark Stout

Dr. Mark Stout, Program Director of the MA in Global Security Studies, Certificate in Science, Technology and National Security, and the Certificate in Intelligence, was quoted in the article, How Many Spies Are Currently Living in the U.S.? To read the entire Popular Mechanics article, click here.