The Carnegie Junior Fellows Conference will engage young professionals in the field of foreign policy on emerging long-term policy challenges.
The conflict in Syria has created the largest refugee crisis since World War II. Whether refugees return to Syria depends on a number of conditions—such as governance and personal safety as well as political transition.
Now that U.S. President Donald Trump has withdrawn the United States from the Iran Nuclear Deal, the path forward remains murky.
How the process of third-party intervention affects deterrence strategies and prospects for peace between India and Pakistan and lessons for other regional nuclear rivalries.
The troubling path of post-Cold War history has led to the current state of global democratic crisis.
Tunisia’s first ever democratic local elections in May are a crucial step in the country’s efforts to devolve power from the national to the local level.
As a possible Trump-Kim summit draws closer, join Carnegie for a conversation about what negotiating with North Korea actually entails. Previous U.S. negotiators will talk about what lessons have been learned in previous rounds of talks, and what the United States should know going forward. The New York Times’ Mark Landler will moderate.
An analysis of the challenges facing Chinese decisionmakers in developing and deploying nuclear power technology.
As U.S. ambassador to Russia from 2012 to 2014, Michael McFaul had a front-row seat as the relationship began to unravel in the wake of Vladimir Putin’s return to the presidency six years ago. What went wrong? Could today’s tensions have been avoided?
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s Belt and Road Initiative includes many state-owned enterprises that are operating in foreign countries for the first time. Hundreds of newly formed private security companies have been created to provide security services for these new ventures.