The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace has launched a multiyear research effort dedicated to exploring how U.S. foreign policy needs to change to better advance the economic well-being of America’s middle class.

Carnegie has convened a high-level bipartisan task force to oversee the effort and make concrete recommendations in mid-2020. Those recommendations will aim to help national security professionals, policy planners, congressional staff, and presidential campaign teams test their assumptions about how Americans perceive and experience the economic effects of U.S. foreign policy.

The task force’s recommendations will draw on data recently gathered by its research team and university partners in Ohio, Colorado, and Nebraska, on perceived and measurable economic effects of U.S. foreign policy at the state and local levels. The findings from Ohio were published in December 2018, and the findings from Colorado were published in November 2019. Those from Nebraska will be published in early 2020. The task force is now in the process of taking stock of the data and beginning to reflect on the implications, including on ongoing debates related to international trade and investment policy, economic competition with China, defense spending, foreign aid, and global cooperation to combat climate change

Ideas and analysis are valuable, but Carnegie’s business is improving policies, decisionmaking, and real-world outcomes. Excellence in scholarship and responsiveness to changing global circumstances define our work, and we are committed to making a concrete difference in the world. Join us in this shared commitment and connect with us today.

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  • Salman Ahmed

    Senior Fellow
    Geoeconomics and Strategy Program
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  • Wendy Cutler

    Vice President and Managing Director
    Asia Society Policy Institute
  • Rozlyn Engel

    Nonresident Scholar
    Geoeconomics and Strategy Program
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  • Allison Gelman

    Research Assistant and Program Coordinator
    Geoeconomics and Strategy Program
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  • David Gordon

    Senior Advisor
    Geoeconomics, Geopolitics, and Strategy
    International Institute for Strategic Studies
  • Jennifer Harris

    Senior Fellow
    Hewlett Foundation
  • Lt Gen (Retired) Douglas Lute

    Distinguished Chair
    West Point
    And President
    Cambridge Global Advisors
  • Daniel M. Price

    Managing Director
    Rock Creek Global Advisors
  • Christopher Smart

    Chief Global Strategist
    Barings
  • Jake Sullivan

    Nonresident Senior Fellow
    Geoeconomics and Strategy Program
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  • Ashley J. Tellis

    Tata Chair for Strategic Affairs
    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  • Tom Wyler

    Senior Vice President for Global Strategy
    PSP Capital
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