Presentation by Matt Bivens, former editor of <a href="http://www.moscowtimes.ru"><i>The Moscow Times </i></a>.
Presenter: P.R. Chari, Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies
Discussion on corruption in China with Angang Hu, Qinghua University
Panel presentation at the Carnegie Endowment on Department of Energy's January 10, 2001 report
As President Clinton exits the White House, Harold Koh, Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, evaluates the administration's strategy for and record of advancing democracy around the world.
Roundtable with officials from the Foreign Ministry of France and outside experts
Symposium on civil society with Michael Edwards, Irungu Houghton, David Rieff and Thomas Carothers
Dictatorship has not won in Romania. Thinking back to Zbignew Brzezinski's tripartite categorization of democracy--functional, dysfunctional, and fictitious--Romania falls somewhere between the first and second categories. The driving forces in the recent elections were emotion, despair, and cynicism, but not ideology; this was neither a vote for nor against democracy.
Presenters: David Albright, Institute for Science and International Security and Jon Wolfsthal, Associate, Carnegie Non-Proliferation Project
Rose Gottemoeller and Thomas Graham, Senior Associates at Carnegie Endowment, and Andrew Kuchins, Director of the Russian and Eurasian Program, discussed Russian geopolitics and nuclear security. The panel was moderated Thomas Carothers, Vice President of Studies. For video clips and transcripts, <a href="http://www.ceip.org/files/daysofputin/205days.htm">click here</a>.