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Yemen’s devastating conflict has entered its fifth year, with all sides exhausted by the enormous material and human costs incurred.
The legality of nuclear weapons, nuclear war, and nuclear deterrence have been much debated over the years. What if the ICJ were to take up the issue again after their 1996 Advisory Opinion? Would the result be any different, especially in light of the negotiation of the 2017 Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons? Please join us for a discussion of these issues.
Tunisia is at a crossroads. The democratic transition has failed to meet the expectations of most citizens, with the government unable to address key challenges facing their country. What comes next?
What are the potential benefits for the United States of hypersonic missiles? Specifically, will they help offset equivalent Chinese and Russian capabilities? And what are the risks of their acquisition and potential employment, including of escalation to a nuclear war?
Pakistan remains at the center of many challenges facing the United States in South Asia yet the foreign policy establishments in both countries are less certain than ever about the direction and potential of the bilateral relationship. George Perkovich will conduct a conversation with Ambassador Khan on these and other issues.
Carnegie hosted a presentation of UNIDIR's new report and an interactive discussion on how to close the gender gap in arms control, non-proliferation, and disarmament.
What are the challenges facing democracy globally and how can the United States recover its role as a leader in international democracy support?
As renewed rivalries set in among great powers and instability grows around the world, it is more difficult than ever to predict the nature of future conflicts.
Join Carnegie for a conversation with Hassan Abbas on his new book Pakistan’s Nuclear Bomb: A Story of Defiance, Deterrence, and Deviance.
What explains the patterns of violence along the Line of Control and what are the chances that conflict could escalate and involve nuclear weapons?