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Mediterranean Basin Initiative

Diplomacy in D.C.

Washington’s Premier Executive Seminar for Foreign Officials and Diplomats

Being successful in Washington, D.C., is challenging, complicated, but possible. Learn from world-renowned international relations scholars and practitioners from the Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) on what it takes to be an effective diplomatic leader.

During this executive seminar participants will explore topics including:

  • What Matters in Washington
  • Getting Your Message Across
  • What Drives U.S. National Security Stratecy
  • K Street, Business and Special Interest Groups
  • Think Tanks and the Media
  • The United States Beyond the Beltway
  • Capitol Hill, U.S. Congress and the White House

Learning will extend beyond the classroom to include tailored visits to the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Congress and the Pentagon.

To learn more and to register, contact:

Lindsey Waldrop
Director of Executive Education and Strategic Initiatives

202.650.6005
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