TED: Hacking, fake news, information bubbles ... the real target of anyone looking to influence geopolitics is dastardly simple: it's you. [ Carnegie.io Link ]
TED Hacking fake news information bubbles the real target of anyone looking

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The goal of our Democracy Program? Foster a pluralistic, vibrant democracy through the civic integration of immigrants, support for nonpartisan voter registration and education, and voting rights: [ Carnegie.io Link ]
The goal of our Democracy Program Foster a pluralistic vibrant democracy through

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#CarnegieFellows Research in Focus: ‘Anumeric’ People: What Happens When a Language Has No Words for Numbers? Speakers of anumeric, or numberless, languages offer a window into how the invention of numbers reshaped the human experience. [ Carnegie.io Link ]
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'Anumeric' people: What happens when a language has no words for numbers?

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The 2017 Andrew #CarnegieFellows will provide new perspectives on topics such as countering extremist narratives on social media, violence against women in politics, opportunity and education, and immigration enforcement and future of American democracy. Learn more about their projects: [ Carnegie.io Link ]
The 2017 Andrew CarnegieFellows will provide new perspectives on topics such as

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As votes are counted in Iran's presidential election, check-out The Brookings Institution article for a better understanding of the candidates, their motivations and how this election may affect Iran's future. [ Carnegie.io Link ]

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Did You Know: In 1940, historian Edward Mead Earle at the Institute for Advanced Study received $1650 for innovative work developing interdisciplinary approaches to the problem of security, which encompassed economics, psychology, sociology, and anthropology—together with more traditional fields of history, law, and political science—an approach still favored in the field of security studies....
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New African Peacebuilding Network Advisory Board chair Ismail Rashid: "It is my hope that the APN would continue to be a leading light in the field of peacebuilding in Africa, and beyond...I would like to see the APN become one of main knowledge hubs for innovative scholarship, policy ideas, and useful information on various topics relating to peacebuilding in Africa." [ Carnegie.io Link ]
New African Peacebuilding Network Advisory Board chair Ismail Rashid It is my

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Andrew Carnegie: “Upon no foundation but that of popular education can man erect the structure of an enduring civilization.” Learn more about his vision: [ Carnegie.io Link ]
Andrew Carnegie Upon no foundation but that of popular education can man

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The goal of our Education Program? An American public education that prepares all students with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions they need to be active participants in a robust democracy and to be successful in the global economy: [ Carnegie.io Link ]
The goal of our Education Program An American public education that prepares

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Did You Know: In 1954, in an example of the Corporation’s commitment to international public education, $500,000 over a five-year period was provided to the Council on Foreign Relations for activities including fellowships for scholars and journalists. #CarnegieFellows [ Carnegie.io Link ]
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Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) professor Siegfried S. Hecker: "There is no conceivable way the United States could destroy all North Korean nuclear weapons...the bottom line is, military strikes could be used to set back the North Korean nuclear program but not to eliminate it." [ Carnegie.io Link ]
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Watch Carnegie Moscow Center director Dmitri Trenin talk U.S.-Russia relations with Eurasia Group Foundation to better understand the history, perceptions, and motivations behind this critical relationship on international peace and security. [ Carnegie.io Link ]
Watch Carnegie Moscow Center director Dmitri Trenin talk USRussia relations with Eurasia

Rethinking Russia, Interview with Dmitri Trenin (Carnegie Russia)

Dmitri Trenin on why it's time to rethink the US-Russia relationship.

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Former U.S. diplomat Joel Wit on what U.N. Security Council can do following North Korea's latest missile test: "Well, in practice, of course, they can impose some more sanctions, although it's unclear whether China would support those sanctions. But in reality, while it's important to put pressure on North Korea, sanctions are really a policy dead end...at the end of the day, we're going to...
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As North Korea continues to provoke the U.S. and East Asia with missile tests and nuclear proliferation, Leon Sigal, director of the Northeast Asia Cooperative Security Project at the Social Science Research Council, discusses the current state of security in the region and North Korea’s new nuclear device.
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See how we’re helping reduce direct threats to international peace and security while also investing in international development: [ Carnegie.io Link ]
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Andrew Carnegie: “The reign of Democracy means ultimately nothing less than the reign of peace on earth, among men of good will.” Learn more about how we are implementing Carnegie's vision: [ Carnegie.io Link ]
Andrew Carnegie The reign of Democracy means ultimately nothing less than the

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Carnegie Corporation of New York President Vartan Gregorian: I'm happy that so many presidents and others have nominated assistant associate professors who are at the beginning of their academic careers, as well as a considerable number of female scholars and minority scholars. It reflects the...
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Sesame Workshop in partnership with International Rescue Committee are soliciting guidance and feedback from relief organizations, trauma experts, academics and others who have worked with refugees so they can bring smiles — and education — to millions of refugee children forced from their homes in Syria, Iraq and other war-torn countries. [ Carnegie.io Link ]
Sesame Workshop in partnership with International Rescue Committee are solicitin

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Even in the age of the internet, libraries remain very popular institutions that play a variety of vital roles for seniors, parents with young children, students, veterans, the unemployed, and immigrants. So, why don't we see more gifts to libraries? [ Carnegie.io Link ]
Even in the age of the internet libraries remain very popular institutions

Why Aren't More Big Donors Giving to Public Libraries?

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Did You Know: In 1928, a travel grants program was initiated to facilitate a flow of people from the U.S. to mainly Commonwealth countries and the sharing of information across geographic boundaries with the goal of extending the foundation’s reach. Influential educator John Dewey had a travel grant in 1934 to meet with educators in Africa and to study education issues in different settings. [...
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