The Polish government’s ongoing assault on the judiciary is making a mockery of the EU, says Carnegie Europe’s Judy Dempsey.
The Polish government’s ongoing assault on the judiciary is making a mockery

Poland’s Drift Away From Democracy

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Krzysztof Zielke
Krzysztof Zielke
Krzysztof Zielke
The uncertainty surrounding the Trump administration has created a space for India to take more of a lead in the region. Read Carnegie India’s Darshana Baruah: [ Ceip.org Link ]
The uncertainty surrounding the Trump administration has created a space for India

Where Are Indo-US Relations Headed?

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Tunisian Prime Minister Youssef Chahed joined Carnegie Middle East’s Sarah Yerkes for a discussion about the challenges facing Tunisia today: [ Ceip.org Link ]
Tunisian Prime Minister Youssef Chahed joined Carnegie Middle East’s Sarah Yerkes for

Keeping Tunisia Relevant

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What is the number one priority for other nations when it comes to their dealings with the EU? Judy Dempsey breaks down views from thirteen countries for Carnegie Europe.
What is the number one priority for other nations when it comes

Global Perceptions of Europe

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How can countries work together to prevent attacks on financial markets and institutions from rogue nations, and even non-state actors? Listen to our latest Carnegie Podcast featuring Tim Maurer and Michael Chertoff.
How can countries work together to prevent attacks on financial markets and

Michael Chertoff and Tim Maurer on Economic Cyber Security

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The preachers of a bright future for the EU are probably as mistaken as the merchants of doom were a few months ago, say Carnegie Europe’s Stefan Lehne and Tomáš Valášek.
The preachers of a bright future for the EU are probably as

The EU Is Not out of the Danger Zone

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What are the Colombia peace accord’s implications for the country’s democracy? Andreas E. Feldmann takes a look for our Rising Democracies Network.
What are the Colombia peace accord’s implications for the country’s democracy Andreas

Will Colombia’s Peace Accord Boost Its Democracy?

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Japan and the EU don’t intend to sit idly by and simply wait for America to make up its mind on trade, say Erik Brattberg and James Schoff: [ Ceip.org Link ]
Japan and the EU don’t intend to sit idly by and simply

Can the EU-Japan Deal Prompt a U.S. Recalibration on Trade?

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Overall, Turkey is now in crisis at home and abroad. But there is more at stake than meets the eye. Read the latest from Carnegie Europe’s Marc Pierini.
Overall Turkey is now in crisis at home and abroad But there

Turkey One Year After the Failed Coup

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Senem Aydın-Düzgit and E. Fuat Keyman explore the link between conflict and democracy in Turkey.
Senem Aydın Düzgit and E Fuat Keyman explore the link between conflict

Turkey’s Kurdish Conflict and Retreat From Democracy

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As Putin approaches the end of his third presidential term, he has become the embodiment of the status quo, says Carnegie Russia’s Alexander Baunov.
As Putin approaches the end of his third presidential term he has

Putin, Establishment Politician

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“Avoiding whiplash in U.S.-China relations will require that both countries establish a more comprehensive foundation for the relationship,” writes Carnegie-Tsinghua Center’s Paul Haenle for CNN.
“Avoiding whiplash in U S China relations will require that both countries

Trump and Xi at G20 in Hamburg: Time to Abandon Illusions

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On the latest Carnegie Podcast, Senior Fellow Jake Sullivan, former adviser to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, discusses the G20 summit and the future of U.S. leadership. Listen to the full recording: [ Ceip.org Link ]
On the latest Carnegie Podcast Senior Fellow Jake Sullivan former adviser to

Sullivan on the G20 Summit and the Future of U.S. Leadership

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It’s not enough to ask China to pressure Pyongyang to set up a U.S.-North Korea negotiation. China has to be a central part of the negotiation, too. Read more from Jake Sullivan and Victor Cha in the Washington Post.
It’s not enough to ask China to pressure Pyongyang to set up

The Right Way to Play the China Card on North Korea

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Robert C Lawson
Robert C Lawson
It is critical that Europe react soberly and strategically in the aftermath of the Paris withdrawal announcement, write Erik Brattberg and David Livingston.
It is critical that Europe react soberly and strategically in the aftermath

Beyond Fatalism: Transatlantic Energy and Climate Cooperation After the Paris Announcement

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Trump’s visit to Warsaw is an opportunity to give Trump a thorough, unjaundiced briefing about what is taking place in Europe, says Carnegie Europe’s Judy Dempsey.
Trump’s visit to Warsaw is an opportunity to give Trump a thorough

Trump Visits Poland

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“It’s time that the Trump administration draws some red lines with Riyadh,” say Richard Sokolsky and Wilson Center’s Aaron David Miller.
“It’s time that the Trump administration draws some red lines with Riyadh

Saudi Arabia’s New Crown Prince Is a Bumbling Hothead. Trump Needs to Treat Him Like One.

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Claire Oxley
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India is embarking on an ambitious endeavor to deliver public goods to its neighbors and foster regional connectivity and integration. Read the latest from Shounak Set for Carnegie India.
India is embarking on an ambitious endeavor to deliver public goods to

India’s Regional Diplomacy Reaches Outer Space

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How does Russia seek to influence the political development of its immediate neighbors? Alexander Cooley reports for Carnegie Russia.
How does Russia seek to influence the political development of its immediate

Whose Rules, Whose Sphere? Russian Governance and Influence in Post-Soviet States

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The ethnic and sectarian power-sharing systems in Lebanon and Iraq are in crisis. Read the latest paper from Carnegie Middle East’s Maha Yahya.
The ethnic and sectarian power sharing systems in Lebanon and Iraq are

The Summer of Our Discontent: Sects and Citizens in Lebanon and Iraq

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