While America is focused on fighting terror, it has turned the attention of policy makers and citizens away from Northeast Asia. China is no longer seen as the primary threat to the US. This has given China room to wield a new foreign policy in the region that establishes China's influence. Meanwhile, Russia and China are growing farther apart.
Meeting Emerging Security Challenges
Anatol Lieven reports on the Pakistani elections and security dynamics emanating from Afghanistan through Pakistan and into Kashmir.
Introduction by Carnegie President Jessica T. Mathews.
Special meeting with Mark Malloch-Brown, United Nations Development Programme Administrator
Carnegie International Non-Proliferation Conference 2001
Listen to Opening Remarks of Jessica Mathews, president of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
History of the Nuclear Age Series