Hopkins advanced international studies head wins $250,000 prize

April 24, 2006

Johns Hopkins University professor Fouad Ajami has been awarded a $250,000 prize by the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation of Milwaukee.

Ajami is director of Middle East studies at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. He is a contributing editor to U.S. News & World Report, a consultant on Middle Eastern affairs for CBS News, and a member of the editorial board of Foreign Affairs.

The foundation says it is devoted to strengthening American democratic capitalism and its institutions. Clint Bolick, president of the Alliance of School Choice, economist Hernando de Soto of Lima, Peru, and Shelby Steele, a senior researcher at the Hoover Foundation, also received awards.

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