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    Sandra Polaski Appointed U.S. Department of Labor’s Deputy Undersecretary for International Affairs

    • May 04, 2009

    Sandra Polaski, director of the Carnegie Endowment’s Trade, Equity, and Development Program, has been sworn in as deputy undersecretary for international affairs at the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of International Labor Affairs (ILAB).

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    Michael Pettis Joins the Carnegie Endowment

    • April 22, 2009

    Michael Pettis, one of the foremost experts on China’s economy, has joined the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

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    Negotiating With the Taliban Won't Stabilize Afghanistan

    • April 13, 2009

    Negotiating with the Taliban is the worst possible approach to stabilizing Afghanistan, and one that would fail. Though costly, a long-term commitment to building an effective Afghan state is the only way to achieve victory and defend U.S. national security objectives.

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    Trade Liberalization Provides Modest Benefits for Brazil

    • April 10, 2009

    A Doha trade agreement or a major trade pact with other developing countries, including China, would provide a small boost to Brazil’s economy.

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    IAEA Must Reassert its Authority to Save the Nonproliferation Regime

    • April 10, 2009

    The IAEA must reassert its full authority, particularly its right to conduct special inspections at undeclared facilities, to strengthen the dangerously weakened nonproliferation regime.

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    Abolishing Nuclear Weapons: A Debate

    • April 10, 2009

    Leading experts from thirteen countries debate what it would take to achieve the immensely important yet equally difficult goal of reducing the world’s nuclear weapons to zero.

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    Reformed Wealth Funds Could Help Economic Recovery

    • April 10, 2009

    Sovereign wealth funds could contribute to global economic recovery by reinvigorating international investment, if they first responded to the reservations of recipient governments by increasing transparency and improving public image.

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    Rose Gottemoeller Confirmed as U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Verification and Compliance

    • April 09, 2009

    Rose Gottemoeller, former director of the Carnegie Moscow Center and a senior associate in the Carnegie Russia and Eurasia Program in Washington, has been confirmed Assistant Secretary of State for Verification and Compliance. Gottemoeller has also been designated as the lead negotiator for a follow-on to the START Treaty, set to expire in December.

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    2009 Carnegie International Nonproliferation Conference "The Nuclear Order - Build or Break"

    • April 09, 2009

    The 2009 Carnegie International Nonproliferation Conference , that took place at the Ronald Reagan International Trade Center in Washington, D.C., on April 6-7, attracted over 800 government officials, important members of the Obama Administration, former prime minister, current and former forei

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    Nuclear Energy: Rebirth or Resuscitation?

    • March 27, 2009

    Expectations for nuclear energy have grown dramatically. Scores of nations are now considering nuclear power to improve their energy security and reduce their carbon emissions. But nuclear energy is a costly detour if the goals are to mitigate climate change or reduce dependence on foreign oil.

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    Sunil Mittal Joins the Carnegie Endowment’s Board of Trustees

    • March 27, 2009

    The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace announced that Sunil Mittal, chairman and managing director of the Bharti Group, has joined its Board of Trustees.

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    U.S.–China Climate Discussions Pledge Pragmatic Cooperation

    • March 20, 2009

    Minister Xie Zhenhua, vice chairman of China’s National Development and Reform Commission and China’s top climate negotiator, signaled the Chinese government’s willingness to work with the United States on reducing both countries’ greenhouse gas emissions.

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    Gulf Economies Must Diversify to Weather Crisis

    • March 19, 2009

    To meet long-term domestic challenges, oil-producing Gulf States should focus on improving economic governance to better manage diminishing oil revenues and attract foreign investment.

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    Rose Gottemoeller Nominated as Assistant Secretary of State for Verification and Compliance

    • March 18, 2009

    Rose Gottemoeller, director of the Carnegie Moscow Center from 2006 to 2008, has been nominated as assistant secretary of state for verification and compliance. In particular, she will be responsible for negotiating a follow-on to the START Treaty expiring next December.

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    Urgent Action Needed to Avoid a Global Trade War

    • March 11, 2009

    Aggressive action is needed to address the global financial crisis, but bailing out banks and domestic industries are measures that could—if not orchestrated carefully—provoke a devastating global trade war.

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    Middle East Peace Process Should be a Transatlantic Priority

    • March 06, 2009

    Although Europe actively tries to manage Middle East crises, it undermines its economic, political, and security interests by assuming a secondary role to the United States and following its policy line.

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    Pakistan’s Government Must Reform Intelligence Agencies, Reassert Civilian Control

    • March 06, 2009

    Pakistan’s new and fragile government must reform the country’s intelligence agencies to counter their influence on civil society and politics.

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    Two-State Solution Talks Dead for Now, Focus Should be Sustainable Armistice

    • February 26, 2009

    Negotiations over a two-state solution to resolve the Israeli–Palestinian conflict have reached a dead end. International efforts should focus on a short-term cease-fire between Israel and Hamas that can pave the way for a sustainable armistice.

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    More Transparency, Disclosure Needed for Sovereign Wealth Funds

    • February 26, 2009

    Greater transparency about their holdings and investment strategies would help Sovereign Wealth Funds to overcome concerns and to play a role in resolving the economic crisis.

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    U.S. Must Move Ahead on Democracy Promotion

    • February 25, 2009

    The Obama administration faces pressure to pull back U.S. democracy promotion efforts, given the Bush’s administration’s legacy and increasing talk of a global “democratic recession.” However, by building a new approach to democracy promotion the United States can regain its place as a respected, trusted, and influential ally of democracy around the world.

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