Balázs Jarábik, Dmitri Trenin, Andrew S. Weiss, and Richard Youngs discussed the latest developments in the crisis in Ukraine.
The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace hosted a media call with Marwan Muasher and Michele Dunne on the Israel-Gaza conflict.
Vikram Nehru, senior associate in Carnegie’s Asia program, discussed Indonesia’s election.
Thomas de Waal and Jaba Devdariani discussed the geopolitical stakes in Eastern Europe, policy options for the EU’s new leaders, and Russia’s likely response.
The Carnegie Middle East Center hosted a media call with Lina Khatib and Yezid Sayigh on the recent developments in Iraq.
The Carnegie Middle East Center hosted a media call with Lina Khatib and Yezid Sayigh on the 2014 elections in Syria.
Nathan J. Brown and Michele Dunne discussed Egypt’s election.
Balázs Jarábik, Dmitri Trenin, and Andrew S. Weiss discussed the latest developments in the Ukraine crisis, the planned referendum in Donetsk on May 11, and the elections on May 25.
Sarah Chayes, Frederic Grare, and Pashtoon Atif discussed Afghanistan’s upcoming presidential election.
Jan Techau, director of Carnegie Europe, discussed the top priorities on the transatlantic agenda surrounding U.S. President Barack Obama’s visit to Europe.
Andrew S. Weiss, vice president for studies, and Jan Techau, director of Carnegie Europe, discussed the latest developments on the situation in Ukraine.
Eugene Rumer, Dmitri Trenin, and Andrew Weiss discuss the situation in Ukraine.
Geneva II is only the start of a process, not the end of a process.
Douglas Paal and James Schoff discussed U.S. policy toward Asia, heightened tensions on the Korean peninsula, and recent leadership changes.
Russia's presidential election was held Sunday, March 4, 2012. Ambassador James F. Collins in Washington and Dmitri Trenin in Moscow discussed the outcome of the election and how it may influence the country's policies.
Carnegie hosted a media conference call with Uri Dadush on the latest developments, the prospects for this week's meeting, and what steps policymakers should take to contain the crisis.
The Russian Duma elections are scheduled for December 4. Carnegie hosted a media conference call with Dmitri Trenin in Moscow and Matthew Rojansky in Washington to discuss the election and its implications on Russia and its foreign policy.