Pivotal States: Russia and U.S. Global Strategy
May 1, 2024

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has brought bilateral relations with the U.S. to their lowest point since the Cuban Missile Crisis. Yet Russia holds sway over many U.S. foreign policy priorities. How can the U.S. support European security without sacrificing its other interests?

Non-state Actors and Geopolitical Rivalry
April 30, 2024

Join the Carnegie Endowment for a discussion of how societies can manage the risks non-state actors pose as countries navigate challenges involving security, governance, and the well-being of their populations with Daniel Byman, Mariano-Florentino (Tino) Cuéllar, Beatriz Magaloni, and Rachel Kleinfeld.

Can Energy Ties Prevent an Azerbaijan–EU Rift?

While Baku appears inclined to pursue a “business only” arrangement with the European Union, it’s unclear whether that would be acceptable for Brussels.

· April 8, 2024
In Conversation With U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai
April 4, 2024

Carnegie Europe is honored to host a policy discussion on the future of transatlantic trade relations featuring U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai.

The Belt and Road City: Geopolitics, Urbanization, and China’s Search for a New International Order

An exploration of how China’s Belt and Road Initiative seeks to reshape international order and how it has catalyzed a new era of infrastructural geopolitics.

· April 2, 2024
Yale University Press
On the Frontier of U.S.-Japan Tech Collaborations
March 28, 2024

The United States and Japan continue to make technology collaborations a core pillar of their bilateral relationship, but many governmental discussions around trade and investment are framed by traditional and increasingly outdated notions of what is happening on the ground.

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  • Kenji Kushida
  • Aki Jiang
  • Ryosuke (Ricky) Sakai
  • Wataru (Doug) Kuribayashi