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  • Pakistan's Nuclear Dilemma

    Pakistan's Nuclear Dilemma
    • September 26, 2001

    A Carnegie Proliferation Roundtable<BR><A href="http://www.ceip.org/files/events/Paktranscript.asp">Transcript of Event</A>

  • Future of Russian Energy Exports

    • September 17, 2001 —  Washington, D.C.

    The development of Russian energy exports is not driven by geopolitical considerations, as many believe; instead they correspond to companies' strategies of profit-maximization. This pattern of "the flag following the trade" can be observed in each of the three energy sectors--electrical power, oil, and gas--and across all regions where Russian firms play a key role.

  • Dr. Sigfried Hecker on Nuclear Cooperation with Russia

    Dr. Sigfried Hecker on Nuclear Cooperation with Russia
    • September 07, 2001

    A Carnegie Proliferation Roundtable

  • Moscow Press Conference

    Moscow Press Conference
    • July 19, 2001 —  Moscow, Russia

    Rose Gottemoeller and Sasha Pikayev address US-Russian relations at the Press Development Institute, in Moscow on July 19, 2001.

  • Democratic Conditionality for Development Assistance?

    • June 27, 2001

    Roundtable on democracy promotion at the Carnegie Endowment

  • Promoting Democracy in Zimbabwe

    • June 20, 2001

    Roundtable Meeting at the Carnegie Endowment

  • New Leaders, New Directions

    New Leaders, New Directions
    • June 18, 2001

    <a href="http://www.ceip.org/files/projects/npp/resources/nppconf2001.htm">Carnegie International Non-Proliferation Conference 2001</a><br><br> Listen to Opening Remarks of Jessica Mathews, president of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

  • Political and Economic Situation in Russia

    • May 22, 2001

    Presentation by Mr. Anatoly Chubais, the Chief Executive Officer of United Energy Systems (UES) and co-chairman of the Union of the Rightist Forces (SPS).

  • Conflict in the Middle East: A Humanitarian Perspective

    Conflict in the Middle East: A Humanitarian Perspective
    • May 16, 2001 —  Washington, D.C.

    Discussion on the Israel-Palestinian conflict often focuses more on the politics of the conflict than on the terrible human cost. The Carnegie Endowment hosted a Werner Kaspar and Kathleen Newland to discuss the humanitarian consequences of the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

  • Missile Technology Control Regime: How Effective Is It?

    Missile Technology Control Regime: How Effective Is It?
    • May 07, 2001

    Presentations by Vann van Diepen and Richard Speier

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