Unlike donor projects that come and go, these authorities are accountable to Ukraine’s citizens and will be there for people when the smoke clears. These communities have mobilized citizens to defeat Russia’s assault; they can also help midwife Ukraine’s rebirth.
Join us on Thursday, June 23 from 16:00 till 17:30 Beirut time for a panel discussion on the topic with Akeel Abbas, Marsin Al Shamary, Mohanad Hage Ali, Harith Hassan and Zeinab Shuker.
The Ukrainian capital embraces a new normal against the backdrop of war.
The Tunisian case has implications for other MENA states and states with a vibrant women’s movement. Pandemics and crises can create political opportunities to empower women and civil society in fragile and democratizing states.
Panelists will discuss how local players in three Southeast Asian countries—the Philippines, Malaysia, and Myanmar—pushed Chinese actors to adapt to local conditions.
Join the Carnegie Endowment for the last of a two-part Summer Reads series featuring Henry Shue, author of The Pivotal Generation, and Dan Baer, acting director of Carnegie’s Europe Program, to reflect upon the modern environmentalist movement and where we are: at the last opportunity to act.
Join Aaron David Miller as he sits down with Mary McCord to address the unique domestic security challenges confronting a nation increasingly divided at home.
Ideas that are not backed by power tend to be weaker ideas. It is true that success based on things like the successful application of military power really do help bolster people's belief in certain sets of ideas.
Please join the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Middle East program for a discussion of a book that provides an in-depth look at how Saudi Arabia’s religious sector continues to influence Islam across the globe.
A theory full of holes is inspiring the western world's growing white-supremacist terrorist threat.