Thirty Years of Foreign Policy Pain Coming Europe’s Way

Strategic Europe August 19, 2014

In addition to growing internal divisions, sclerotic economies, and resurgent nationalism, the EU must now take on geopolitical challenges of a kind it has never faced before.

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Crisis in Ukraine

August 25, 2014

The situation in Ukraine is spiraling downward. Read comprehensive analysis from Brussels, Moscow, and Washington and follow Carnegie experts on Twitter for instant reactions.

Latest Analysis

After the Sanctions, a Strategy for the East
Judy Dempsey, Strategic Europe

The World Is Getting Used to the Ukrainian Crisis
Alexei Malashenko, Eurasia Outlook

Shevardnadze’s Lessons For Ukraine
Thomas de Waal, Eurasia Outlook

The Dangers of Inflexibility
Andrew S. Weiss, Perspectives on Peace and Security


Judy Asks: What Could Bring Stability to The Middle East?

Strategic Europe August 21, 2014

Every week, a selection of leading experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.


Is the World Falling Apart?


Carnegie experts assess the instability around the world and today’s foremost geopolitical hotspots—it’s much-needed sober analysis during heady times.  

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Beyond Sanctions: What’s the West’s Strategy on Russia?

article August 1, 2014

The escalating sanctions have served as a warning shot to Moscow. But sanctions can only become meaningful if they are part of a wider strategy.


Erdogan is the Victor But He is Not Yet Almighty

Financial Times August 11, 2014

Recep Erdogan’s transition to the presidency is a turning point in the nation’s politics; the question is what path he will lead the country down now.


Do Not Belittle the Islamic State

Article July 17, 2014

The declaration of a Middle Eastern caliphate has wide-reaching consequences for the region and the world. The West needs to realize the significance of what is happening.

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Why Defense Matters: A New Narrative for NATO

Paper June 24, 2014

It is time for all NATO countries to engage in a real strategic debate about why defense matters and what members should do to uphold the transatlantic relationship.


Locked In or Left Out? Transatlantic Trade Beyond Brussels and Washington

Paper June 3, 2014

The United States and the EU are negotiating a transatlantic trade deal that could be difficult to multilateralize. Third countries should engage now to avoid that danger later.

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