In the event a peace and security regime for the Korean Peninsula leads to North Korean agreement to reduce its conventional weapons and equipment, Kim may want to convert portions of the North’s defense industries to production of civilian goods.
Without access to the same coercive tools controlled by the White House, Congress is forced to look for other ways to exert control over foreign policy toward Russia.
Far from being an unbiased mediator in the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians, the United States has been part of the problem. Now it is time for other countries to step in.
The European Chamber of Commerce in China has repeated year after year that the Chinese market is becoming too restrictive for foreign companies. Where does this leave the relationship between China and a European Union?
Join Carnegie for a conversation with Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) on the challenges facing the liberal international order and how Congress can take steps to bolster it. Carnegie President William J. Burns will moderate.
U.S. partners forced by proximity to rub elbows with the IRGC might worry that unavoidable contacts could make them subject to U.S. sanctions.
Brexit has plunged the English political system into a deep crisis and Trump has transformed American politics and perhaps the world. They have similarities that reveal some important toxins that are undermining modern democracies.
Shortly after the success of The Art of the Deal (1987) made Donald Trump a supposed expert on negotiation, he lobbied the George H.W. Bush administration to put him in charge of arms reduction talks with the Soviet Union.
The ordinary voter still views Modi as a compelling leader who is personally incorruptible. Modi’s pitch this election season is simple: He needs more than a single, five-year term to undo 65 years of corruption and administrative rot.
The United States needs a secretary of state who is tough but pragmatic and who understands that negotiations aren’t zero-sum games but need to be win/win propositions.