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This Week at SAIS [Oct. 20 – Oct. 25]

On Monday, Dr. Eliot Cohen will lead students in discovering how Shakespeare portrays the nature and consequences of the lust for power. (Photo: Wiki Commons)

On Monday, Dr. Eliot Cohen will lead students in discovering how Shakespeare portrays the nature and consequences of the lust for power. (Photo: Wiki Commons)

Another week of great events at SAIS, including none other than William Shakespeare

Monday, October 20

The 20th Anniversary of the 1994 US-DPRK Agreed Framework” Panel discussion, 10am, Kenney Herter

India: Managing Elections in the World’s Most Populous Democracy” Navin Chawla,12pm, Rome 806

Wealth Management” Michael Zhuang, MZ Capital Management, 12:15pm, BOB500

Transparency, Coherence and Authority at the Court of Justice at the European Union12:30pm, BOB714

Consulting Club Internship Panel12:30pm, Nitze 517

Shakespeare on War and Politics with Dr. Eliot A. Cohen: A Discussion on HENRY V4:45pm, Rome 205

The New Kings of Crude: China, Oil and the Civil War in Sudan and South Sudan” Dr. Luke Patey, Danish Institute of International Studies, 5:30pm, Rome Auditorium

Tuesday, October 21

Global Women in Leadership Brown Bag Discussion” Luncheon Discussion,11:30am, Nitze 417

The Untold Stories of Chinese Comfort Women” Dr. Peipei Qiu, 12pm, Rome Auditorium

Toxics and Human Rights: A Scoping Consultation” Baskut Tuncak, 1pm, BOB500

Clean Energy Approaches Across the US Government” Panel Discussion, 5pm, Rome Auditorium

Kyrgyzstan: Prospects for Sovereignty” John Engvall, 5pm, Rome 806

Wednesday, October 22

A Fresh Perspective on Tunisia” Mondher Zenaidi, 10am, BOB500

Cartica Capital Internship Opportunities Presentation” Mike Lubrano, 12:30pm, Career Services Conference Room

Russia/Eurasia Forum: Maxim Trudolyubov12:30pm, Rome 535

The China Triangle: China’s Rise in the Fate of the America’s” Kevin Gallagher, Nitze 517

Awkward Engagement: Reflections on Doctors Without Borders’ Work in North Korea” Laurence Binet, 6pm, Rome Auditorium

Thursday, October 23

Employer Learning, Statistical Discrimination and University Prestige” Breno Braga, 4:30pm, BOB714

Foreign Service Oral Assessment (FSOA) Information Session5pm, Rome Auditorium

SAIS Book Launch: Incomplete Democracies in the Asia-Pacific5:30pm, Kenney Herter

Friday, October 24

Rising Tensions in East Asia? A Transatlantic Perspective10am, Kenney Herter

SAIS Christian Forum11am, Nitze 410

Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) Presentation12:30pm, Career Services Conference Room

LASP Club Happy Hour4pm, Nitze 410

Unwrapping Victorian-Era Egyptology: The Curious Case of the Web of the Occult and Scholarship” Steve Vinson, 6pm, Rome Auditorium

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