On Monday, March 4, The SAIS Review will host a release event for the latest print issue The World in Transition. The editorial staff invites you to an afternoon of celebration which will consist of a panel discussion and a reception starting at 4pm. If you would like to join us, please RSVP to SAIS.Review@gmail.com.
Rome Auditorium, Johns Hopkins SAIS
1619 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC, 20036
Yukon Huang is a senior associate in the Carnegie Endowment’s Asia Program. He was formerly the World Bank’s Country Director for China. His research focuses on China’s economy and its global and regional impact. Dr. Huang has published widely on development issues affecting China and East Asia. He is the A-List commentator for the Financial Times on China and his articles are seen frequently in the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Foreign Affairs and other major media. His recent books include East Asia Visions which addresses future prospects for the region and Reshaping Economic Geography in East Asia which analyzes how the growth patterns have been shaped by spatial and economic factors. He has a PhD in economics from Princeton University and a BA from Yale University.
Samuel Tadros is a Research Fellow at Hudson Institute’s Center for Religious Freedom. He was a Senior Partner at the Egyptian Union of Liberal Youth, an organization that aims to spread the ideas of classical liberalism in Egypt. He has received his MA in Democracy and Governance from Georgetown University and his BA in Political Science from the American University in Cairo. Mr. Tadros has previously interned at the American Enterprise Institute, where he worked on the Muslim Brotherhood and worked as a consultant for the Hudson Institute on Moderate Islamic Thinkers, and most recently the Heritage Foundation on Religious Freedom in Egypt. In 2007 he was chosen by the State Department in its first Leaders for Democracy Fellowship Program in collaboration with Syracuse University’s Maxwell School.
Charles Gati is a Foreign Policy Institute Senior Fellow at Johns Hopkins SAIS. He was a senior adjunct professor of Russian and Eurasian studies at SAIS. He served as a senior adviser with the Policy Planning Staff of the U.S. Department of State. He also taught at Union College and Columbia University. His publications include The Bloc That Failed: Soviet-East Relations in Transition and Hungary and the Soviet Bloc. Dr. Gati received his PhD in international relations from Indiana University.