Join Taubman and the director of the Carnegie Endowment’s American Statecraft Program, Chris Chivvis, for a discussion of Shultz’s life and its relevance for today’s global foreign policy challenges, from Ukraine to Taiwan to Iran and more.
The Malcolm H. Kerr Carnegie Middle East Center will be holding its sixth annual conference on December 7–8, 2022, covering global political and economic issues, the main purpose of which is to anticipate what will happen in 2023.
People claim that massive flows of immigration and demographic change have been helping a wave of populist parties gain power from Italy and Sweden to the United States. But immigration and demographic change don’t affect politics—politicians who tell a powerful story about these forces do.
Brazil’s October 2 elections present the country with a dramatic choice between incumbent president Jair Bolsonaro and former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.
Russia's war in Ukraine illustrates a greater problem: after years of decline, wars are becoming more prevalent. Organized violence is one of the most destructive forces against life, human freedom, and poverty reduction. What can be done to make it less likely?
The Chinese Communist Party is launching a new era of social control based on the power of digital surveillance. What is the line between digital utopia and digital police state?
Join us on Thursday, June 23 from 16:00 till 17:30 Beirut time for a panel discussion on the topic with Akeel Abbas, Marsin Al Shamary, Mohanad Hage Ali, Harith Hassan and Zeinab Shuker.
The Russian war on Ukraine is an outlier in today's conflict landscape. The majority of today's wars are internally derived—involving faction disputes within a single country. And in nearly all of these conflicts, terror groups and organized criminals play a significant and destabilizing role.
The panel is scheduled for Wednesday, May 25 at 16:00 Beirut time, and will feature contributions from Amer Bisat, Verena El Amil, Lama Fakih, Kim Ghattas and Ziad Majed.
The U.S. murder rate skyrocketed by nearly 30 percent in 2020—the highest recorded one-year rise in the country's modern history. What is going on in the United States? And what can we learn from efforts abroad to stem violence while reforming the police and criminal justice systems?