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“The whole world has gotten more closely connected, and the issues we have to contend with are growing exponentially,” says Judith Kelley, dean of Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy. In this FP Guide, you will see how leading deans, professors, and program directors are preparing the next generation of global policy and international affairs professionals to tackle the toughest challenges of our times. For example, you will meet:

You will see how these and other innovative educators are preparing the next generation of leaders in global health security, climate change, diplomacy, development, and so much more.

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Top photo: Students at Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)