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  • The Prospects for EU/Germany-Russia Relations
    September 29, 2014  – Moscow

    The current conflict between the European Union and Russia is a clash between a postmodern world, in which states prefer to use soft power to achieve their foreign policy goals, and a modern one, in which the use of force in foreign policy is considered acceptable.

  • Transatlantic Trends 2014
    September 12, 2014  – Moscow

    According to this year’s Transatlantic Trends survey, Russians have an increasingly unfavorable view of the United States and the EU. Americans and Europeans also had more negative outlooks toward Russia in 2014 than previous years.

  • Russia–U.S. Security Cooperation After Ukraine: What’s Possible, What’s Not
    May 22, 2014  – Moscow

    Today, the Russia-U.S. security relationship has both areas which will not likely see advances and opportunities for progress.

  • Syria Transition Roadmap
    April 17, 2014  – Moscow

    As the conflict in Syria continues, opposition groups have put together a plan named the “Syria Transition Roadmap” that they hope will lead the country into the future.

  • Carnegie Live From the Munich Security Conference
    February 2, 2014  – Munich

    Carnegie was on the ground at the 50th annual Munich Security Conference to give readers exclusive access to the debates and discussions as they unfolded.

  • Russia, EU and Eastern Europe: Vilnius and Beyond
    November 6, 2013  – Moscow Русский

    Russia-EU relations are of a technical rather than strategic character nowadays. A parallel functioning of the EU and the Eurasian Union would lead to more debate about strategic vision of Europe and the Eurasian continent.

  • Silver Bullet? Asking the Right Questions About Conventional Prompt Global Strike
    October 22, 2013  – Moscow

    The development of non-nuclear weapons that can strike distant targets in a short period of time has been a U.S. goal for over a decade now.

  • Russia and the Caucasus: A View from Washington
    September 10, 2013  – Moscow

    U.S. policy toward the Caucasus has undergone a reassessment over the past few years.

  • Twitter Q&A—View From Moscow: G20 Summit and the Syria Crisis
    September 6, 2013  – Twitter.com/DmitriTrenin

    Dmitri Trenin participated in a live Twitter Q&A on the situation in Syria, the G20 summit, and the U.S.-Russia relations.

  • Twitter Q&A: Syria, Russia, and the G20 Summit
    September 4, 2013  – Worldwide

    Marwan Muasher and Andrew S. Weiss will respond to questions on the situation in Syria, the likely implications of a U.S.-led attack, and what to expect in terms of Putin-Obama dynamics at the G20 meeting.

  • China’s and Russia’s Nuclear Relations
    July 7, 2013  – Beijing 中文

    There are growing signs that strategic relations between China and Russia are on an upswing. Yet the nuclear and strategic relationship between these two powers remains largely unexamined, as do their long-term prospects for cooperation.

  • The Cultural Foundation of China’s Foreign Policy
    June 19, 2013  – Moscow Русский

    Traditional Chinese core values, especially the notion of harmony, have a strong influence on China’s foreign policy.

  • The G8 Summit and U.S.-Russia Relations: Twitter Q&A with Dmitri Trenin
    June 13, 2013  – Twitter.com/DmitriTrenin

    Dmitri Trenin participated in a live Twitter Q&A on the upcoming G8 summit, the meeting between Presidents Putin and Obama, and the future of U.S.-Russia relations.

  • The Changing Dynamics of the Syria Crisis
    June 6, 2013  – Beirut

    The two-year-old Syrian conflict sharply escalated in recent weeks, hence necessitating a renewed U.S.-Russian effort to find a solution to the crisis and solve inner tensions within the Syrian opposition.

  • The Features of and the Prospects for the U.S. Policies in the Area of BMD
    May 22, 2013  – Moscow Русский

    Cooperation between the United Starts and Russia on ballistic missile defense (BMD) remains unlikely.

  • The Russia-Middle East Connection: The Arab Spring and its Impact on Russia’s Muslims
    April 12, 2013  – Beirut

    Since the Arab Spring first broke out in December 2011, Russian policymakers have viewed regional developments with unease. They now wonder what rising Islamist parties in the Middle East will mean for Russia's relationship with its own Muslim minority.

  • 2013 Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference
    April 9, 2013  – Washington, D.C.

    The 2013 Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference will bring together over 800 experts and officials from more than 45 countries and international organizations to discuss emerging trends in nuclear nonproliferation, strategic stability, deterrence, disarmament, and nuclear energy.

  • U.S.–Russia Relations: Whither Now?
    April 2, 2013  – Moscow Русский

    Despite the “reset” of U.S.-Russian relations during the first Obama administration, tensions seem to be increasing between Moscow and Washington.

  • Germany’s Changing Role in a Changing Europe
    March 27, 2013  – Moscow Русский

    The latest developments connected to the financial crisis in the EU have only further underlined the need for a leader within the European community. Many believe that Germany is the one who should take up this mantle. To do so, however, Germans have to come to terms with their difficult history.

  • The Mythical Alliance: Russia’s Syria Policy
    March 20, 2013  – Beirut

    Deadlock at the UN Security Council has so far dashed international hopes for finding an end to the Syrian crisis. The United States and Russia must now find a practical mechanism for implementing political transition in Syria.


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