Carnegie Europe welcomes Tomáš Valášek as its new director.
Carnegie Europe is pleased to be named Prospect magazine’s 2016 EU International Affairs Think Tank of the Year.
Britain’s historic referendum on its EU membership has resulted in victory for the Leave campaign. Carnegie Europe experts discuss the outcome of the landmark vote and its implications.
The 2015 Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to Tunisia’s National Dialogue Quartet.
Pierre Vimont, serving previously as executive secretary-general of the European External Action Service, joins Carnegie Europe as a senior associate.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier discussed Germany’s recent and unprecedented foreign policy review, Review 2014.
Gwendolyn Sasse, a political scientist specializing in Eastern Europe, joins Carnegie Europe as a nonresident associate.
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen discussed Russia, the Middle East, and the transatlantic bond at an event hosted by Carnegie Europe.
Prospect magazine has named Carnegie Europe the 2014 European Think Tank of the Year.
On May 12, 2014, Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs Radoslaw Sikorski discussed “EU Security Amid Crisis in Ukraine” in a public Q&A discussion organized by Carnegie Europe.
Sinan Ülgen, visiting scholar at Carnegie Europe, has been invited by NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen to participate in a policy experts group.
Ulrich Speck, EU foreign policy expert and editor of the Global Europe Brief, joins Carnegie Europe as a visiting scholar.
U.S. Senator Richard Lugar and former U.S. Senator Sam Nunn are the first recipients of a new international award created in their honor to recognize individuals or institutions dedicated to advancing the cause of nuclear security.
The world is still coping with the consequences of the collapse of the Soviet Union. Two decades later, the West has yet to adjust to the post-Soviet reality and Russia has not settled on its relationship with the rest of the world.
In Juggernaut, Uri Dadush and William Shaw explore the rise of developing countries and how they will reshape the economic landscape.
Jan Techau, a noted expert on EU integration and foreign policy, transatlantic affairs, and German foreign and security policy, will lead Carnegie Europe.
Carnegie Europe announced a series of new research and policy initiatives that will foster fresh thinking on the regional and global issues that will shape Europe’s role in the world.
It is clear that a two-state solution requires reconciliation between Palestinian factions and reunification of the West Bank and Gaza. The United States should support Palestinian institution building and be open to political competition, including elections.
Despite its importance, Russia’s perspective has been missing from many previous analyses of coalition policy in Afghanistan. Moscow is an essential part of the Afghan equation that is often overlooked.
The Carnegie Endowment announces the launch of the Carnegie–Tsinghua Center for Global Policy, a joint U.S.–China research center based at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China.