The Biden administration has identified climate and the environment as top strategic, diplomatic, and economic priorities for the United States. This should mean new opportunities for U.S.-Taiwan collaboration, as well as broader international coordination, but what will it look like in action?
African countries are going through a severe debt crisis and with the current state of globalization, what happens there is going to ripple around the world.
Join the Carnegie Africa Program and The ONE Campaign for an in-depth discussion of the way forward for Africa’s post-pandemic economic recovery.
The 2022 IMF/World Bank Spring Meetings Curtain Raiser speech, Outlook For The Global Economy And Policy Priorities, will take place on Thursday, April 14th, from 9:00 to 10:00 am.
IMF proposals and Egyptian government initiatives offer an opportunity to bring the country's powerful military-owned companies under consolidated ownership and regulatory frameworks, mitigating their adverse impacts on economic output, public finances, and private sector development.
In an interview, Nikolay Kozhanov explains how the Ukraine conflict will affect Middle Eastern hydrocarbons production.
One persistent problem is that only a small share of this aid actually reaches women-led organizations.
In an interview, Chris Cormency discusses the serious consequences of water scarcity in the Middle East.
Join Carnegie for a special event in honor of World Water Day with experts Ellen Hanak , Olivia Lazard, and Stewart Patrick, in conversation with Tino Cuéllar, on the water crisis and how today’s leaders can deescalate conflict and pursue sustainable solutions for our global future.
The impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues to reverberate in the Middle East and around the world.