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  • Beyond the Surge: A Political Strategy for Afghanistan?

    Beyond the Surge: A Political Strategy for Afghanistan?
    • January 28, 2010 —  London

    On the sidelines of the international ministerial conference on January 28th, Afghan stakeholders as well as Western experts brought their insights to shape the debate on the future of Afghanistan.

  • BBC Live at Carnegie: Obama’s Foreign Policy—One Year On

    • January 14, 2010 —  Washington, D.C.

    In a special live broadcast of the BBC’s prestigious The World Tonight, leading foreign policy experts assess President Obama's first year in office and the chief challenges that lie ahead: strengthening the nonproliferation regime, climate change, the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, Iran, and Afghanistan.

  • U.S.-China Relations: 21st Century Compact?

    U.S.-China Relations: 21st Century Compact?
    • January 14, 2010 —  Paris

    President Obama conducted a four-nation tour of Asia from November 12-19, which incorporated visits to Japan, China, Singapore and South Korea. The tour reflected the increasing significance of the region, and particularly China, for U.S. foreign policy.

  • Climate Change: There is Life After Copenhagen

    Climate Change: There is Life After Copenhagen
    • January 12, 2010 —  Washington, D.C.

    With governments, academics, and NGOs still digesting the results of the Copenhagen Summit, Washington’s senior G20 diplomats agreed that while progress had been made in Copenhagen, significant work remained to be done.

  • NATO-Russia: Partners for the Future

    NATO-Russia: Partners for the Future

    Three months ago, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen presented the basis for a new strategic partnership with Russia, laying out the specific areas where practical cooperation could be extended. Now, the Secretary General comes to Moscow, reaffirming the preeminence of NATO-Russia cooperation on the Alliance’s agenda.

  • Euro-Atlantic Security Initiative Launch

    Euro-Atlantic Security Initiative Launch
    • December 10, 2009 —  Washington, D.C., Brussels, Moscow
    • Русский

    The hoped for undivided “Europe whole and free” of twenty years ago has today become a region in danger of seeing new lines divide the continent with the prospect of heightened tension for all. It will require adjustments and new thinking from all to recapture the promise of an undivided, secure, and prosperous region.

  • Getting to Pluralism: Political Actors in the Arab World

    Getting to Pluralism: Political Actors in the Arab World
    • December 07, 2009 —  Brussels

    While a greater degree of pluralism has been introduced into Arab societies, they are still likely to grapple with political apathy, low voter turnout, dwindling membership in registered parties, and shrinking constituencies for the foreseeable future.

  • Keynes at Home, Smith Abroad—the Right Approach?

    Keynes at Home, Smith Abroad—the Right Approach?
    • November 23, 2009 —  Brussels

    Leading economists describe the 2007-2009 economic crisis as the worst since the Great Depression, causing regulators worldwide to question the system that has drive the world’s economy for the past two decades.

  • The Resurgence of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula

    The Resurgence of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula
    • November 19, 2009 —  Brussels

    Yemen faces a great and growing number of challenges which need to be addressed immediately, or there is a very real risk that the country will collapse, becoming a safe-haven for al-Qaeda and destabilizing the entire Gulf region.

  • Is Afghanistan Still Worth It?

    Is Afghanistan Still Worth It?
    • November 10, 2009 —  Brussels

    European governments are finding it ever more difficult to convince their constituencies back home that a sustained European presence in Afghanistan is of critical importance to any sort of lasting peace.

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