• Commentary

    Realistic Engagement

    Ten years after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the cold war, it is striking how many remnants of that era remain. Partly as a result of Russia's slow progress in becoming a "Western" country, European and American leaders are reconsidering the kind of relationship they wish to cultivate with Russia.

    • Commentary

    New Enemies Demand New Strategies as the Cold War Ends

    • Commentary

    Green Light for Israel

    • Event

    Conflict in the Middle East: A Humanitarian Perspective

    Discussion on the Israel-Palestinian conflict often focuses more on the politics of the conflict than on the terrible human cost. The Carnegie Endowment hosted a Werner Kaspar and Kathleen Newland to discuss the humanitarian consequences of the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

    • Research

    Israel-Russia Relations

    The disintegration of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War have fundamentally changed the strategic balance in the Middle East and have had a profound impact on the Arab-Israeli conflict. Carnegie's Shlomo Avineri argues that four facets can be discerned from current Russian attitudes toward the Arab-Israeli conflict that inform Russian policy.

    • Event

    Assessment of the Missile Threats to Israel, the Implications and Responses

    • March 13, 2001

    Briefing by Uzi Rubin, Senior Director for Proliferation and Technology, Israel's National Security Council

    • Event

    In the Beginning: The Development of Israel's Nuclear Strategy

    Presentation by Dr. Avner Cohen, part of the History of the Nuclear Age series

    • Commentary

    Lessons from the Debacle

    The way out of the Israeli-Palestinian impasse may be two sets of unilateral steps: a unilateral Israeli withdrawal from most of the Palestinian territories still under its control, coupled with both consolidation to most of the larger and contiguous Israeli settlements and abandonment of the smaller and isolated ones–and, on the Palestinian side, a unilateral declaration of independence.

    • Event

    193 Days of Putin

    Senior Associates Anatol Lieven and Martha Brill Olcott and Visiting Scholar Shlomo Avineri discuss Russia and the security challenges from the south.

    • Commentary

    Letter to Edward Said

    In light of the failed Oslo Peace Accords and other events that have transpired since, Edward Said's support for an Israeli unilateral withdrawal from Palestinian territories, rather than reaching a Israeli-Palestinian rapprochement, was not only pragmatic, but it was right.

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