In response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, the Carnegie Endowment is holding a series of briefings to examine aspects of the new war on terrorism. Carnegie scholars have also written op-eds for print media and produced commentary for the Web.

For a list of related Carnegie scholars, a comprehensive reading list of publications, and web resources, click here.

Carnegie Special Briefings

Crawford and Beyond: The Future of the U.S.-Russian Nuclear Relationship
US-Russian Relations: Born Again Partnership or Marriage of Convenience?
Day 50 of the War on Terrorism
The Transformation of Defense and Proliferation Policies after September 11
Strange Bedfellows in a Strange Land: The International Coalition to Combat Terrorism
Osama Bin Laden's Neighborhood
Terrorism and Immigration: Our Borders, Security, and Liberties
Pakistan's Nuclear Dilemma
Balancing National Security and Civil Liberties in an Age of Networked Terrorism

   
Opinions and Commentary

Historical Analogies, Shlomo Avineri, Jerusalem Post, November 6, 2001
What If the New Strategic Framework Goes Bad?, Joseph Cirincione and Jon Wolfsthal
After the Attacks: Protecting Borders and Liberties, Doris Meissner, November 2001
Letter from Lahore: Returning to Pakistan, Anatol Lieven, October 2001
Voices from the Region, Anatol Lieven, October 26, 2001
Afghan Terrain, Anatol Lieven, October 25, 2001
A Democratic Deficit, Shlomo Avineri, Jerusalem Post, October 22, 2001
Dilemma of the Pakistan Soldiers who Support the West, Anatol Lieven, The Times, October 20, 2001
Can War bring Peace to Kashmir?, Anatol Lieven, The New York Times, October 21, 2001
India's Choice, Miriam Rajkumar, October 18, 2001
Coalition of the Unwilling, Robert Kagan, Washington Post, October 17, 2001
U.S. Needs A Contingency Plan For Pakistan's Nuclear Arsenal, Jon Wolfsthal, Los Angeles Times, October 16, 2001
The Coalition Trap, Robert Kagan, Weekly Standard, October 15, 2001
Russian WMD as a Terrorist Threat, Jon Wolfsthal, October 08, 2001
The Other "Bomb in the Basement," Andrew Krepps, October 15, 2001
This War Will Not Be Televised, Joseph Cirincione, October 4, 2001
The Powell Papers, Robert Kagan, Washington Post, October 3, 2001
Russia and Realpolitik, Anatol Lieven, Financial Times, October 3, 2001
This is Russia's Chance to Become a Full Partner, Michael McFaul, San Jose Mercury News, October 2, 2001
Terror Attacks and Hope for the U.S.-Russian Relationship, Jon Wolfsthal, October 1, 2001
After the Attacks: America's New Cold War, The Guardian, September 28, 2001, Anatol Lieven
Strike at the Root: Deploying our Full Arsenal, Michael McFaul, San Francisco Chronicle, September 30, 2001
The Right War, Robert Kagan and William Kristol, Weekly Standard, October 1, 2001
To Fight a New 'ism', Michael McFaul, Washington Post, September 22, 2001
When Conflict Comes Home, Marina Ottaway, Web Analysis, September 28, 2001
America's Anti-Terrorist Campaign and Russia's Choice, Dmitri Trenin, Web Analysis, September 19, 2001
Beijing's Chance To Forge True Alliance, Minxin Pei, South China Morning Post, September 19, 2001
U.S. Must Reappraise Weaponry, Joseph Cirincione, The Boston Globe, September 18, 2001
U.S. Proliferation Policy and Campaign Against Terror, Lee Feinstein, Web Analysis, September 17, 2001
The Roots of Terrorism, and a Strategy Against It, Anatol Lieven, Prospect, October 2001
New Enemies, New Strategies, Anatol Lieven, The Times, September 13, 2001
Turning Casualties into Opportunities: Terrorism and the WTO, John Audley, Web Analysis, September 18, 2001
Pakistan Primer, James Gibney, Slate, September 17, 2001
We Must Fight This War, Robert Kagan, Washington Post, September 11, 2001
Even a Hegemon Needs Friends, Moises Naim, Financial Times, September 14, 2001
Revisiting the Twelve Myths of Central Asia , Martha Brill Olcott, Carnegie Working Paper
Thank You Russia, Michael A. McFaul, Vremya-N, Sept. 16, 2001
Lieven Discusses Terrorism on WBEZ, Anatol Lieven
Islamic Threat: Myth or Reality?, Aleksei Malashenko, press conference, September 10, 2001