Iran’s nuclear ambitions pose a challenge to international nonproliferation goals. The international community must find a way to ensure Iran’s right to peaceful nuclear technology while preventing Iran from developing atomic weapons.
In his first major foreign policy address, 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.
On his return from a month-long trip to Afghanistan, Gilles Dorronsoro provided a briefing on the security situation on the ground and offered a post-election strategy for addressing the Taliban threat.
Pakistan’s continuing instability is a matter of international concern. Leading Pakistani experts discussed the situation in their country and the role Europe could play in helping Pakistan achieve greater stability.
Shahram Chubin and Christoph Bertram presented an in-depth analysis on the aftermath of the Iranian election, and what it meant and will continue to mean for the world.
Post-war Iraq has a role to play as a regional leader in the Gulf. This discussion aims to identify the research and policy opportunities to place Iraq higher on the European Agenga.
Turkey is currently in the process of redefining its identity as a global actor, providing Europe and the U.S. with opportunities to build relations with Istanbul that will help advance their Middle East agendas.
Two days before the EU held its first ever bilateral summit with Pakistan, Frederic Grare and Shaun Gregory discussed how Europe can best contribute to reform in Pakistan.
Under the auspices of the Italian G8 presidency, regional experts will gather to develop policy proposals to stabilise Afghanistan and the surrounding region.
Carnegie's Uri Dadush and Denis Redonnet discussed how the economic crisis is affecting the EU and its member states, and how Europe can work together to create effective solutions.