Democracy and Governance

    • Testimony

    Human Rights and the New Geopolitics of Central Asia

    The new US military presence in Uzbekistan is one more sign of how the dominant geopolitical paradigms of the last half of the twentieth century are no longer operative. The Cold War and its aftermath post-Cold War period are at an end.

    • Event

    Security Risks and Opportunities in Central Asia

    The most likely outcome the war on terrorism might bring about in Central Asia is a temporary amelioration of the key challenges facing the region that would produce a tenuous stability.

    • Event

    Making Law Reform Work

    Roundtable on the rule of law at the Carnegie Endowment

    • Event

    Book Launch: Gorbachev, Yeltsin, and Putin

    Two factors affect Putin and his movement toward the West, said Shevtsova. The first is the readiness and capability of the West to suggest a more sophisticated strategy for integration with Russia. Second, the success of the next stage of transformation might mean that Putin will be required to undo what he has done so far.

    • Event

    Ukraine: The Difficult Road to Democracy and Prosperity

    • November 08, 2001
    • Washington, D.C.

    Ukraine recently celebrated the tenth anniversary of its independence from the USSR, and for the past decade, Ukrainians have coasted on the euphoria of that one event, he noted. Today that is no longer enough; Ukraine needs economic growth, social development and democratization.

    • Commentary

    America's Real Russian Allies

    Russia's transition from authoritarianism is far from complete, however as preoccupied as Washington is with its new campaign against terrorism, inattention to the fragility of Russian democracy would be a huge mistake -- and one that could have serious negative consequences for American security.

    • Commentary

    Democratic Deficit

    • Event

    Institutional Transfer: Method or Mirage?

    Roundtable on the rule of law at the Carnegie Endowment

    • Commentary

    This is Russia's Chance to Become a Full Partner

    • 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.

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