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  • Solving Japan’s Plutonium Problem
    September 29, 2015  – Washington, DC

    Japan’s plutonium production will soon exceed demand, creating a potentially destabilizing build-up.

  • Searching for Answers to Troubled Democratic Transitions
    September 24, 2015  – Washington, DC

    Can today’s leaders draw on lessons from successful experiences of democratization in previous decades to overcome transitional traps and other failures of democracy?

  • Myanmar’s Military and the 2015 Elections
    September 22, 2015  – Washington, DC

    Campaigning has begun for Myanmar’s first general election since the end of direct military rule. But recent events underscore the influential role of the military in the run-up to the election and raise questions about civil-military relations in the country’s transition to democracy.

  • U.S.-India Economic Ties: Ready for Takeoff?
    September 21, 2015  – Washington, DC

    To initiate an exciting week of efforts between the United States and India to strengthen bilateral relations, Carnegie hosted a half-day conference to discuss the prospects for transformed economic ties between the two countries.

  • U.S. Senator Chris Coons on the Middle East After the Iran Deal
    September 17, 2015  – Washington, DC

    U.S. Senator Chris Coons (D-DE), a leading member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, offered his thoughts on the Iran nuclear agreement and its implications for U.S. policy in the Middle East.

  • The UN General Assembly at 70: A Conversation With Assistant Secretary of State Sheba Crocker
    September 17, 2015  – Washington, DC

    In advance of the 70th annual session of the UN General Assembly, Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs Sheba Crocker discussed the U.S. priorities and preview some of the key events and activities during the Assembly’s High-Level Week.

  • Elections in Sri Lanka and New Prospects for U.S.-Sri Lanka Relations
    September 15, 2015  – Washington, DC

    By decisively rejecting former President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s comeback bid, Sri Lankan voters also validated the new government’s foreign policy orientation and opened the way for a greater rapprochement with the West. However, much more must be done to rebuild the U.S.-Sri Lanka relationship.

  • Saving Mes Aynak
    September 15, 2015  – Washington, DC

    Saving Mes Aynak, a 2014 award-winning documentary film, chronicles one Afghan archaeologist’s fight to save a 5,000-year-old Buddhist site from ruin.

  • Myanmar in Transition: A Conversation with Daniel Russel
    September 11, 2015  – Washington, DC

    Fresh from a trip to Yangon and Naypyidaw, the top U.S. diplomat for East Asia and the Pacific will give an update on policy toward Myanmar as the country gears up for historic elections. Carnegie’s Vikram Nehru will moderate.

  • Ukraine Reform Monitor Launch
    September 10, 2015  – Washington, DC

    The recent violent protests in Kyiv during parliamentary debates about constitutional changes and autonomy for eastern Ukraine underscore the country’s daunting domestic challenges.


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