Join Aaron David Miller as he sits down with Professor Richardson to discuss the state and fate of the American Republic.
Join Aaron David Miller as he sits down with Carnegie’s new nonresident scholar Francis Fukuyama to discuss the state and fate of America and the world.
The EU should make the most of its economic leverage in Cuba to more deftly balance its engagement with the single-party regime with more outreach to an emerging wave of new civic activists pressing for change.
While this Chinese engagement in South Asia often targets the needs of specific countries, even states with relatively robust state institutions and civil society struggle to grapple with the implications of China’s expanded footprint.
In the United States, new efforts to address state-backed racial violence and discrimination tap into a long global history of transitional justice. Case studies in Brazil, South Africa, and Northern Ireland shed light on which types of transitional justice programs are likely to be most effective in the United States.
Dr. Leanna Wen joins Aaron David Miller on Carnegie Connects to discuss the state of play of the COVID-19 pandemic and how the United States can prevent the next global health crisis.
The legacy of the Hendricks family is illustrative of how Islam manifests in such an indigenous, and completely orthodox, fashion, in a Muslim minority community that has been beset by so many challenges.
In many other countries—both developed and developing—these types of maneuvers are also used to stifle dissent and perpetuate ruling elites’ hold on power. In this respect, the recent rise of pro-government NGOs in Nigeria may be a cautionary tale.
. As the size of the diaspora increases, so will the number of young, Canadian-born Indians who are eligible to vote — increasing popular support for the NDP. At the same time, the sharp increase in recent Indian immigration will boost the numbers of naturalized citizens, who are more likely to support the Liberal party.
The creativity, talent, ideas, and hopes of African youth can no longer be a sideshow or afterthought.