You have to go to the source of the problem to solve a challenge as vast as the health of the world’s oceans. But government can’t do it alone.
Destructive and illegal fishing practices are resulting in more and bigger boats fishing for fewer and smaller fish.
In “America: The Farewell Tour,” Chris Hedges pens a manifesto for America’s anticapitalist left that is unrelieved in its negativism, bears striking similarities with right-wing populism, and offers few answers about how to move forward.
Join Carnegie President William J. Burns for a conversation with Visiting Distinguished Statesman John Kerry about his new memoir.
The U.S. strategy in the Indo-Pacific is still evolving. By engaging now, European countries would have the opportunity to shape it.
A selection of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.
The Carnegie Junior Fellows Conference will engage young professionals in the field of foreign policy on emerging long-term policy challenges.
The idea that climate engineering provides a get-out-of-jail-free card is fraught with risk. More transparency is needed to help ensure it successfully addresses climate change
China is on course to lead the world in the deployment of nuclear power technology by 2030. Should it succeed, China will assume global leadership in nuclear technology development, industrial capacity, and nuclear energy governance.
A successful switch to electric vehicles, coupled with strategically increased refining capacity, could be both a geoeconomic and geopolitical maneuver for India.