Press Releases

    U.S.–Russia relations cannot improve unless Russia reforms

    • September 09, 2010

    The “reset” in U.S.–Russian relations has come with closer cooperation on arms control, Afghanistan, and Iran. But as long as Russia’s system of personalized power rests on anti-Western principles, a true reset is unattainable.

    Carnegie Europe Expands Presence in Europe

    • September 08, 2010

    Carnegie Europe announced a series of new research and policy initiatives that will foster fresh thinking on the regional and global issues that will shape Europe’s role in the world.

    Carnegie launches high-level non-partisan initiative on transportation

    • August 05, 2010

    The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace announced a new leadership initiative to develop a non-partisan solution for financing a better transportation system in the United States.

    A truly strategic dialogue can strengthen U.S.–China relations

    • July 28, 2010

    Taiya Smith, who managed the U.S.–China Strategic Economic Dialogue for Treasury Secretary Paulson, draws on examples from her experience to analyze the recent history of strategic dialogues and recommends steps Washington and Beijing should take to improve the broader bilateral relationship.

    Bakrie Center Foundation Endows Carnegie Southeast Asia Chair

    • July 26, 2010

    The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace announced that the Bakrie Center Foundation will generously support a new senior associate to work on Southeast Asian issues, based in Washington, D.C.

    The Carnegie Moscow Center launches a new website Russia-2020: Scenarios for the Future

    An international team of experts has been brought together to discuss the prospects and opportunities for Russia’s future along key vectors. Draft materials have been posted for discussion on a special Russia-2020 website launched by the Carnegie Moscow Center.

    United States should pressure China to stop nuclear sale to Pakistan

    • July 19, 2010

    Concerns are growing about China’s potential sale of two nuclear reactors to Pakistan. The United States should oppose the transaction in its current form and pressure China to reverse course.

    Police reform in Pakistan will increase security and the strength of the civilian government

    • July 14, 2010

    Pakistan’s police force has historically been constrained by the military and intelligence agencies and often politicized as an instrument of repression against opposition groups. Reforming civilian security forces will diminish Islamabad’s dependence on the military and increase the legitimacy of the regime.

    China’s housing bubble—challenging, but not unfixable

    • July 08, 2010

    An uncontrolled collapse of the housing market is unlikely if Beijing can effectively cool speculative demand for housing. Still, China should remain wary of the potentially destabilizing social consequences associated with unaffordable housing.

    China’s support for local innovation can help the global economy

    • July 07, 2010

    Beijing’s focus on domestically developed products and services—if executed correctly—is a positive development. Adopting market-friendly policies that foster innovation could move China beyond its current policies, which stifle rather than encourage innovation. This will lead to an increase in wages and living standards in China and help build technological progress worldwide.

    Fayyad failing to rebuild West Bank

    • July 01, 2010

    The international community’s understandable admiration for Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad and his efforts to rebuild the West Bank obscures a dangerous regression in democracy and human rights.

    EU and Russia must overcome divergent expectations for bilateral relationship

    In a new series of commentaries, Carnegie experts from Moscow, Brussels, and Washington take stock of the relationship, assess the challenges and opportunities for both sides, and provide a clearer view of what is—and what is not—possible for EU–Russian relations.

    The Emergence of a Civic Culture of Parenthood in Russia

    Contemporary Russia is experiencing a transformation of the values related to parenthood and child-rearing. The contributors to this issue of Pro et Contra investigate the evolution of approaches to child-rearing in the post-Soviet period and evaluate contemporary tendencies in the development of relations within the family.

    Alexander Pikayev Dies at 48

    Alexander Pikayev, our colleague and friend of many years, has passed away. Pikayev was a member of the Carnegie Moscow Center Research Council for many years.

    Al-Qaeda’s uncertain African prospects

    • June 10, 2010

    Lightly patrolled borders, sparsely populated areas, and recent terrorist activity raise fears that the Sahel is a fertile ground for jihadist movements, notably al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM). Regional cooperation and discreet aid from the West are critical for countries to regain control of their territory and prevent al-Qaeda from gaining ground in Africa.

    Al-Qaeda exploits local Yemeni grievances

    • June 08, 2010

    Al-Qaeda has successfully adapted its message in Yemen to exploit local grievances. Still, the violent jihad it advocates is not widely accepted by Yemenis at this point, and there is a small window of opportunity to take steps to undermine al-Qaeda’s influence.

    The Israeli–Palestinian peace process requires functioning Palestinian politics

    • June 07, 2010

    It is clear that a two-state solution requires reconciliation between Palestinian factions and reunification of the West Bank and Gaza. The United States should support Palestinian institution building and be open to political competition, including elections.

    Carnegie issues special report on the euro crisis

    • June 03, 2010

    In a special report and interactive website, Carnegie experts examine the causes of the euro crisis, provide country case studies, and offer policy recommendations for the affected European countries, Germany, and the United States.

    Efficient energy use will improve Russia’s economy and climate

    Russia enjoys the world’s largest share of energy resources. While urban areas have grown more efficient in recent years, great expanses of the vast country continue to squander its valuable resources. Russia’s energy reserves can be conserved through available, cost-effective measures and this will lead to a more competitive economy, more jobs, and increased national income.

    Assessing a regional approach for Afghanistan

    • May 07, 2010

    Leading experts analyze the interests of Afghanistan’s neighbors, what they mean in practice, and what it could mean for U.S. policy.

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