Senator John McCain, Ranking Member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, made an impassioned plea for President Obama to reconsider the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan.
In Advancing the Rule of Law Abroad, Rachel Kleinfeld describes the history and current state of reform efforts and the growing movement of second-generation reformers who view the rule of law not as a collection of institutions and laws that can be built by outsiders, but as a relationship between the state and society that must be shaped by those inside the country.
Jessica T. Mathews, president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, has been awarded the Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal in Citizen Leadership by the University of Virginia and the Thomas Jefferson Foundation.
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation named the Carnegie Moscow Center as a recipient of the MacArthur Award for Creative and Effective Institutions. The award recognizes the center’s work and provides a grant of $2.5 million.
U.S. Secretary Clinton, NATO Secretary General Rasmussen, and German Foreign Minister Westerwelle praised the Euro-Atlantic Security Initiative (EASI) at the 2012 Munich Security Conference. EASI's final report charting a roadmap of practical action to move toward a more secure and inclusive Euro-Atlantic Security Community was released on Friday.
26 former generals, senior policymakers, and businesspeople from Russia, North America, and Europe warned that the security situation in the Euro-Atlantic region is sliding backwards, and called for the creation of a new, more ambitious security dialogue in the region.
Carnegie Corporation of New York has awarded Carnegie Endowment for International Peace a five-year challenge grant of $10 million to further expand the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s international centers, in accordance with its Global Vision initiative of transforming the organization to the first truly global international think tank.
Tens of thousands of Russians took to the street on December 10 in protest over voter fraud allegations in the country’s parliamentary elections. Carnegie Moscow Center experts analyze the election results and what the public response might mean for the country’s future.
The modern-day Russian Orthodox Church faces numerous problems but, twenty years after the end of communism, it is adopting a new and energetic strategy of change under the leadership of Patriarch Kirill.
The world is still coping with the consequences of the collapse of the Soviet Union. Two decades later, the West has yet to adjust to the post-Soviet reality and Russia has not settled on its relationship with the rest of the world.
Speaking at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, former president of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf called U.S.-Pakistan relations “terrible,” but said the two countries must come together if they are to defeat terrorism and extremism.
Charles F. Gauvin has been named chief development officer for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
The 10th Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy recognizes individuals and families with exceptional and sustained Records of giving.
The world's major suppliers of civilian nuclear power plants have agreed to apply a common set of principles in their exporting decisions and practices.
Mark Van Putten, president of ConservationStrategy LLC and former president of the National Wildlife Federation, will join the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace as a visiting scholar in September.
Togzhan Kassenova, an expert on nonproliferation issues regarding weapons of mass destruction, with a regional focus on Central Asia and Southeast Asia, joined the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace as an associate in the Nuclear Policy Program.
Li Bin, a physicist and expert on nuclear arms control and disarmament, joined the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace as a senior associate working jointly in the Nuclear Policy Program and the Asia Program. Li’s work focuses on China’s nuclear and arms control policy and U.S.-China nuclear relations.
Georgia is entering a period of political transition and will have a new constitution after parliamentary and presidential elections in 2012 and 2013. While the current government has made progress in building a functioning state, the country’s economic situation is increasingly uncertain.
In America's Challenge, Michael D. Swaine offers a fresh perspective on current and future U.S. policy toward China.
In Juggernaut, Uri Dadush and William Shaw explore the rise of developing countries and how they will reshape the economic landscape.