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  • Security Risks and Opportunities in Central Asia

    • November 19, 2001 —  Washington, D.C.

    The most likely outcome the war on terrorism might bring about in Central Asia is a temporary amelioration of the key challenges facing the region that would produce a tenuous stability.

  • Perpetrators and Victims: The Middle East and the Challenges of Terrorism

    • November 19, 2001 —  Washington, D.C.

    Marina Ottaway was joined by Shibley Telhami, Nawaf Obaid, and Mamoun Fandy to discuss challenges in the aftermath of the September 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon. Terrorism's deep roots in the Middle East, and the nationalities of those involved in the recent attacks, have drawn even greater attention to the region.

  • Making Law Reform Work

    • November 16, 2001

    Roundtable on the rule of law at the Carnegie Endowment

  • Book Launch: Gorbachev, Yeltsin, and Putin

    • November 14, 2001 —  Washington, D.C.

    Two factors affect Putin and his movement toward the West, said Shevtsova. The first is the readiness and capability of the West to suggest a more sophisticated strategy for integration with Russia. Second, the success of the next stage of transformation might mean that Putin will be required to undo what he has done so far.

  • Ukraine: The Difficult Road to Democracy and Prosperity

    Ukraine: The Difficult Road to Democracy and Prosperity
    • November 08, 2001 —  Washington, D.C.

    Ukraine recently celebrated the tenth anniversary of its independence from the USSR, and for the past decade, Ukrainians have coasted on the euphoria of that one event, he noted. Today that is no longer enough; Ukraine needs economic growth, social development and democratization.

  • Crawford and Beyond: The Future of the U.S.-Russian Nuclear Relationship

    Crawford and Beyond: The Future of the U.S.-Russian Nuclear Relationship
    • November 06, 2001

    A special briefing featured a discussion on the U.S.-Russian relationship in terms of strategic reductions, cooperative threat reduction, and missile defense issues.

  • Afghan War and the Pakistani Dimension

    Afghan War and the Pakistani Dimension
    • October 25, 2001 —  Washington, D.C.

    Contrary to the belief of many American pundits, the Taliban are not a foreign force imposed on Afghanistan. While they are indeed hated by many Afghans, they also have enjoy deeply rooted support fed both by religion and by Pashtun nationalism. This support has if anything grown stronger as a result of the bombing campaign.

  • The Khatami Presidency and Emerging Patterns in Iranian Foreign Policy

    The Khatami Presidency and Emerging Patterns in Iranian Foreign Policy
    • October 17, 2001

    A Carnegie Proliferation Roundtable

  • Institutional Transfer: Method or Mirage?

    • October 05, 2001

    Roundtable on the rule of law at the Carnegie Endowment

  • 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>

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