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India's Search for Prosperity

1:24:55 | Jun 13th, 2017

Vijay Joshi presents on his new book "India's Long Road: The Search for Prosperity." Subir Gokarn and Milan Vaishnav join to discuss India's economic development.
China's Ballistic Missile Submarines and Strategic Stability

1:25:04 | Oct 26th, 2018

Carnegie's Tong Zhao, Fellow based at the Carnegie–Tsinghua Center for Global Policy, discusses the growth of China's nuclear ballistic missile submarine program and its implications for US-China strategic stability.
Brokering Peace in Nuclear Environments

1:41:57 | May 21st, 2018

Drawing on the history of conflict between India and Pakistan, in his new book Brokering Peace in Nuclear Environments, Moeed Yusuf describes and evaluates how the process of third-party intervention affects deterrence strategies and prospects for pe...Show More
Preventing Escalation in the Baltics: A NATO Playbook

1:26:12 | Apr 4th, 2018

Preventing Escalation in the Baltics: A NATO Playbook by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Assessing Effectiveness of Aid Implementation

1:12:18 | Mar 29th, 2018

In his new book, "Navigation by Judgment: Why and When Top-Down Control of Foreign Aid Doesn’t Work," Dan Honig presents an empirically grounded argument for the value of implementation led by the judgment of field staff, particularly when tasks are ...Show More
The Demise of America's First Missile Defense System and the Rise of Strategic Arms Limitaiton

1:33:07 | Feb 8th, 2018

Why did the United States move from a position of nuclear superiority over the Soviet Union at the beginning of the 1960s to one of nuclear parity under conditions of mutual assured destruction in 1972? The story of this transition both sheds new lig...Show More
Toward a Post-American Europe? Transatlantic Relations One Year After Trump's Election

1:33:46 | Dec 6th, 2017

One year after U.S. President Donald Trump’s election, Europe is still struggling to make sense of his administration’s disruptive foreign policy. What impact has Trump had on the transatlantic relationship thus far, and what lies ahead? Where and ho...Show More
Non-nuclear Weapons and the Risk of Nuclear War: A Russian Perspective

1:21:46 | Dec 5th, 2017

The risk of a nuclear war is rising because of growing non-nuclear threats to nuclear weapons and their command-and-control systems. In a conventional war, such “entanglement” could lead to non-nuclear operations inadvertently threatening the opponen...Show More
Non-nuclear Weapons and the Risk of Nuclear War: A Chinese Perspective

1:25:19 | Nov 20th, 2017

Non-nuclear Weapons and the Risk of Nuclear War: A Chinese Perspective by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Can Legal Aid Change Power Dynamics? Experiences from India, Sierra Leone, and Elsewhere

1:38:05 | Oct 30th, 2017

Access to justice is a key governance concern in developed and developing countries alike. Community legal workers aim to help poor or comparatively powerless people defend themselves against land grabs, obtain public services, and challenge corrupti...Show More
Implications for U.S. Policy

1:24:00 | Sep 11th, 2017

While wars, terrorism , and rapidly changing economic conditions in the Middle East grab headlines, the close links between these issues and governance are increasingly relegated to back pages. Carnegie’s Middle East program and Stanford University’s...Show More
Global Comparisons to the Middle East and North Africa

59:30 | Sep 11th, 2017

While wars, terrorism , and rapidly changing economic conditions in the Middle East grab headlines, the close links between these issues and governance are increasingly relegated to back pages. Carnegie’s Middle East program and Stanford University’s...Show More
Yemen's Catastrophe: What Can Be Done to Stop the War?

1:35:06 | Sep 11th, 2017

Now entering its third year, the civil war in Yemen has exacted a horrific toll on civilians and enabled the expansion of al-Qaeda. Intervention by both the U.S.-backed, Saudi-led Gulf coalition and Iran has only sharpened the country’s fault lines a...Show More
Oil Corruption: How the United States Can Counteract a Curse

1:36:17 | Aug 10th, 2017

The oil industry has been entangled in serious corruption controversies. In response, the U.S. government has shown leadership over the past decade in helping bring more transparency to the sector.
Has Pakistan's Democracy Turned a Corner?

1:08:30 | Jan 26th, 2017

Ahmed Bilal Mehboob, one of Pakistan’s leading analysts of political, legislative, and electoral affairs, discusses challenges that affect the prospects for a second peaceful transition to power in Pakistan. He also shares key insights into the curre...Show More
Half Lion: How P.V. Narasimha Rao Transformed India

1:01:28 | Dec 21st, 2016

Vinay Sitapati shares key findings on how P.V. Narasimha Rao shaped India's economy, nuclear program, foreign policy, and domestic politics.
The Other One Percent: Indians in America

1:26:20 | Dec 5th, 2016

One of the most remarkable stories of immigration in the last half century is that of Indians to the United States. Not only do people of Indian origin now make up a little over one percent of the American population, but they have become the most-ed...Show More
Sino-Indian Relations in Turbulence

1:34:15 | Nov 30th, 2016

Sino-Indian relations have hit a rough patch in recent months. China’s opposition to India’s Nuclear Suppliers Group membership, Beijing’s continued support for Pakistan on issues of terrorism, and its continued obstinacy with respect to territorial ...Show More
Should We Fear Russia?

1:08:26 | Nov 30th, 2016

In this latest book, Dmitri Trenin, the longtime director of the Carnegie Moscow Center, explains why the Cold War analogy is misleading. Relations between the West and Russia are certainly bad and dangerous but, he argues, they are bad and dangerous...Show More
2016 WJP Rule of Law Index Launch Event

1:20:43 | Nov 30th, 2016

Strengthening the rule of law is essential for anyone interested in advancing peace, equity, and opportunity. Measuring how well countries adhere to the rule of law in practice can be a first step in setting benchmarks, stimulating and guiding reform...Show More
The View From New Delhi: A Conversation With Indian MPs

1:23:51 | Nov 30th, 2016

To take stock of the current state of India’s politics, economics, and foreign policy, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace—in collaboration with the Georgetown University India Initiative and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce a...Show More
U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz on Future Nuclear Challenges

58:36 | Nov 30th, 2016

The Obama administration has made significant progress in securing nuclear materials, eliminating unnecessary nuclear stockpiles, and reaching a comprehensive agreement with Iran. However, much remains to be done globally in order to harness the powe...Show More
John F. Sopko on Countering Corruption in Afghanistan

1:21:23 | Nov 29th, 2016

Corruption hardly topped the threat list when U.S. military forces and civilians first entered Afghanistan in 2001. But recognition of its devastating potential to undermine U.S. national security objectives is far higher today. Despite a myriad of U...Show More
Social Activism, Media, and Blogging in the Arab World

1:19:06 | Nov 29th, 2016

Where are those voices in the Arab world that called so compellingly for change and spurred the 2011 uprisings that swept across the region? Which spaces are they using for expression as governments crack down on street protests, civil society, and m...Show More
Bankrupting Kleptocracy: Financial Tools to Counter Atrocities in Africa’s Deadliest War Zones

1:25:03 | Nov 29th, 2016

One under-recognized factor is fueling many of the world’s most violent crises—not bitter identity rifts or imperial delusions, but the simple drive to amass lucre. Carnegie hosted for a discussion about how this trait can be exploited to reduce mass...Show More
Not War, Not Peace?: Motivating Pakistan to Prevent Cross-Border Terrorism

1:33:26 | Nov 29th, 2016

India confronts an exceptionally difficult national security problem: how to motivate Pakistan to prevent cross-border terrorism. Last month’s attack on the Indian Army base at Uri and India’s response, highlight the complexity of this challenge. Geo...Show More
Creating a Stable Asia

1:25:25 | Nov 29th, 2016

The election of Donald J. Trump as president of the United States could bring about a radical change in U.S. foreign policy in every region of the world. The uncertainties of the Trump presidency call for a probing, long-term strategy for strengtheni...Show More
The War in Yemen: Is There an End in Sight?

1:14:36 | Nov 29th, 2016

A battleground marked by regional intervention and a growing al-Qaeda presence, Yemen's civil war continues unabated. The fighting has exacted a horrific toll on civilians, whether from bombing by the Saudi-led coalition, indiscriminate shelling by H...Show More
Understanding Chinese Nuclear Thinking

1:29:32 | Nov 18th, 2016

Chinese nuclear experts think about nuclear weapons very differently from their U.S. counterparts. They use different terminology and contrasting security paradigms to discuss and make decisions on nuclear policy. How can Washington and Beijing promo...Show More
International Perspectives: Autonomy and Counter-autonomy in Military Operations

1:30:56 | Nov 17th, 2016

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Carnegie Mellon University host the first session of their joint Colloquium on Digital Governance and Security. Part one address the "Future of Consumer Privacy: Machine Learning and New Internationa...Show More
The Future of Consumer Privacy: Machine Learning and New International Data Protection

1:42:01 | Nov 17th, 2016

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Carnegie Mellon University host the first session of their joint Colloquium on Digital Governance and Security. Part one address the "Future of Consumer Privacy: Machine Learning and New Internationa...Show More
A Conversation With UN Deputy Secretary General Jan Eliasson

1:02:21 | Nov 16th, 2016

A conversation with UN Deputy Secretary General Jan Eliasson on the future of the United Nations and multilateralism in a changing global landscape.
Thinking Strategically About Women's Political Empowerment

1:35:56 | Oct 14th, 2016

With democracy struggling in many countries, providers of democracy support are looking to tailor assistance strategies to respond to the growing variety of troubled transitional contexts. Aiding women's political empowerment—a crucial area of intern...Show More
The Future of Arms Control and Strategic Stability with P5 Delegates

2:00:16 | Sep 19th, 2016

After meeting as part of the intergovernmental P5 process, representatives from the five nuclear-weapon states recognized by the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons participated in a public discussion on the future of arms control and ...Show More
How Can Myanmar Avoid the Resource Curse? (full audio)

1:27:40 | Aug 8th, 2016

Myanmar’s abundant natural resources have served as the country’s main export revenue, but have also been a primary driver of conflict in ethnic areas. What should the newly elected government do to improve the governance of resource wealth in the co...Show More
The Rise of Russia's New Nationalism

1:17:13 | Jul 26th, 2016

Charles Clover depicts the intellectual ferment that has brought provocative strands of Russian nationalism at the heart of the Kremlin’s policy-making apparatus under Vladimir Putin.
Oil Market Futures: The Policy and Politics Shaping Twenty-First Century Energy (full audio)

2:40:35 | Jul 6th, 2016

The oil market has been turned upside down over the past two years. How will future policies, designed to meet the Paris climate agreement, shape the future of oil demand?
U.S. Nuclear Weapons in the Twenty-First Century (full audio)

1:23:12 | Jun 30th, 2016

Can and should the United States do more to reduce the role of nuclear weapons in its security strategy and the number of weapons in its arsenal? This question is particularly timely given the lively international debate on nuclear disarmament. Brad ...Show More
Global Internet Policy and the U.S.-Japan Alliance

1:30:01 | Jun 30th, 2016

The topic of information and communication technologies diplomacy has been a dynamic aspect of U.S.-Japan cooperation since 2010 when U.S. President Barack Obama and then Japanese prime minister Naoto Kan first launched a U.S.-Japan Policy Cooperatio...Show More
The Economics Of The Arab Spring And Its Aftermath

1:14:33 | Jun 20th, 2016

The Arab uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Libya, and Syria over the past five years represent a conundrum. Standard development indicators failed to capture or predict the outburst of popular anger during the so-called Arab Spring of 2011. The Wo...Show More
Arab Voices On The Challenges Of The New Middle East

1:09:43 | Jun 20th, 2016

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace hosted a review of its first Arab Experts Survey. The results of the survey, conducted in English and Arabic, represent the views of more than one hundred accomplished political thinkers representing al...Show More
Iranian Civil Society: Past, Present, and Future

1:22:38 | Jun 20th, 2016

In a neighborhood engulfed in turmoil, Iran has enjoyed relative political stability of late. But have the rifts between state and society been reconciled? Has Iranian civil society resigned itself to incremental change within the confines of the Isl...Show More
On the New Arab Wars: Uprisings and Anarchy in the Middle East

1:02:29 | Jun 20th, 2016

Less than twenty-four months after the hope-filled Arab uprising, the popular movement had morphed into a dystopia of resurgent dictators, failed states, and civil wars. Marc Lynch’s new book, The New Arab Wars, is a profound illumination of the caus...Show More
Authoritarian Resilience and Revision after the Arab Uprisings

1:25:31 | Jun 16th, 2016

Five years after the 2011 uprisings, countries in the region are caught between the competing impulses of fragmentation and two equally unstainable authoritarian visions—that of the self-proclaimed Islamic State, or classic autocratic regimes.
Where Will Driverless Cars Take Us? A Transatlantic Conversation (full audio)

1:25:56 | Jun 14th, 2016

Promethean changes are poised to reshape the transport sector, with significant implications for the greenhouse gas emissions of twenty-first century mobility. Will autonomous vehicles prove to be a climate policy tool, or a climate policy challenge?
The Evolution of the Nuclear Order: A Global Perspective (full audio)

1:38:31 | Jun 7th, 2016

Tensions in the global nuclear order are rising. The new Carnegie report Perspectives on the Evolving Nuclear Order asks what role ‘middle ground,’ or emerging, nuclear states will play in the global debate on these issues. Debak Das, Mariana Nascime...Show More
A New Normal in Indian Politics - Full Audio

1:34:05 | May 12th, 2016

A quarter century ago, Indian National Congress dominance in New Delhi began to give way to two distinct political forces—the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party and a wide-ranging collection of regional political parties.
Philippines Votes 2016: What’s at Stake for U.S.-Philippines Relations? (Full Audio)

1:10:36 | May 5th, 2016

On May 9, Filipinos will vote for a new president and vice president in arguably one of the country’s most consequential elections. While outgoing President Aquino has overseen a dramatic turnaround in his country’s economic fortunes, the Philippines...Show More
Whither Ukrainian Reform?

1:06:35 | Apr 29th, 2016

The severe political crisis in Kyiv has raised fundamental questions in recent weeks about the fate of Ukrainian reform.
Japanese and U.S. Approaches to Support Asia-Pacific Development: Past as Prologue?

1:34:26 | Apr 28th, 2016

Seventy years after World War II, Southeast Asia stands at a crossroads amid multilateral trade negotiations, economic integration initiatives, political turmoil, and the establishment of new development institutions and regional governance framework...Show More
Opportunities, Challenges, and Priorities for Asia-Pacific Development in the Future

1:28:48 | Apr 28th, 2016

Seventy years after World War II, Southeast Asia stands at a crossroads amid multilateral trade negotiations, economic integration initiatives, political turmoil, and the establishment of new development institutions and regional governance framework...Show More
The First Fifty Years of Japan-Republic of Korea Relations: Observations and Implications

1:43:50 | Apr 28th, 2016

This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of normalized relations between Japan and the Republic of Korea with the signing of the Treaty of Basic Relations. Over the past five decades, bilateral relations have far surpassed those of the previous sixte...Show More
The Next Fifty Years for Japan and Korea: Security, Foreign Policy and Economic Perspectives

1:34:06 | Apr 28th, 2016

This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of normalized relations between Japan and the Republic of Korea with the signing of the Treaty of Basic Relations. Over the past five decades, bilateral relations have far surpassed those of the previous sixte...Show More
Japan-Russia Relations: 2nd Panel - Perceptions and Priorities for Security & Foreign Policy

1:28:04 | Apr 27th, 2016

Japan-Russia relations have received a flurry of attention in both countries’ capitals since 2013, and rumors of possible progress toward a long-pursued peace treaty persist. More recently, however, the process has stalled amid an intractable territo...Show More
Japan-Russia Relations: 1st Panel - Historical Background & Outstanding Issues

1:13:25 | Apr 27th, 2016

Japan-Russia relations have received a flurry of attention in both countries’ capitals since 2013, and rumors of possible progress toward a long-pursued peace treaty persist. More recently, however, the process has stalled amid an intractable territo...Show More
Japan-Russia Relations: 4th Panel - Implications for the Region & the U.S.-Japan Alliance

1:29:41 | Apr 27th, 2016

Japan-Russia relations have received a flurry of attention in both countries’ capitals since 2013, and rumors of possible progress toward a long-pursued peace treaty persist. More recently, however, the process has stalled amid an intractable territo...Show More
Japan-Russia Relations: 3rd Panel - Energy, Trade, & Investment Issues in the Asia Pacific

1:29:55 | Apr 27th, 2016

Japan-Russia relations have received a flurry of attention in both countries’ capitals since 2013, and rumors of possible progress toward a long-pursued peace treaty persist. More recently, however, the process has stalled amid an intractable territo...Show More
Lessons from the Agreed Framework with North Korea and Implications for Iran

1:43:06 | Apr 27th, 2016

Although Japan was not an official party to the U.S.-North Korea Agreed Framework nuclear deal twenty years ago, it was a vital partner in the effort to implement that agreement. The failure of the Agreed Framework taught the allies valuable lessons ...Show More
Opportunities, Challenges, and Priorities for Asia-Pacific Development in the Future

1:23:00 | Apr 27th, 2016

Although Japan was not an official party to the U.S.-North Korea Agreed Framework nuclear deal twenty years ago, it was a vital partner in the effort to implement that agreement. The failure of the Agreed Framework taught the allies valuable lessons ...Show More
Arctic Leadership-From Washington to Helinski

1:25:29 | Apr 22nd, 2016

This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the Arctic Council, with the United States handing over its rotating chairmanship to Finland. How can environmental and economic imperatives be balanced over the long-term?
The United Kingdom and the Asia-Pacific Region

59:06 | Apr 22nd, 2016

The U.S. rebalance to the Asia-Pacific is well-known but the United States is far from the only country turning toward the region.
From Silk to Silicon: The Story of Globalization Through Ten Extraordinary Lives

1:18:34 | Apr 21st, 2016

A single person can make a significant impact even in the face of transformational trends such as globalization, climate change, and income inequality.
Prospects for Low Income Developing Countries

1:29:18 | Apr 21st, 2016

Min Zhu will discuss the IMF's new study on Low Income Developing Countries, economic consequences of the outlook, and the policy options available.
Arab Voices on the Challenges of the New Middle East

1:07:18 | Apr 21st, 2016

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace hosted a review of its first Arab Experts Survey. Conducted in both English and Arabic, the survey represents the views of more than one hundred accomplished political thinkers representing almost every ...Show More
Dissecting Taiwan’s 2016 Election Results

1:13:56 | Apr 20th, 2016

The domestic implications of Taiwan’s legislative and presidential elections will be important for the region, as China’s slowing economy and Taiwan’s growing resistance to mainland influence continue to play out.
Return to Cold War

1:25:01 | Apr 20th, 2016

Professor Robert Legvold discusses his new book "Return to Cold War," which focuses on the decline of US-Russia relations since Crimea and what might be done to improve them.
Is Indonesia Changing Direction?

1:08:12 | Apr 14th, 2016

Indonesia’s President Joko (“Jokowi”) Widodo appears to be using his improving political strength and popularity to introduce much needed economic reforms. His administration is in the early days of a significant policy shift toward creating a more o...Show More
Japan in 2016: First Panel (Full)

1:31:51 | Apr 12th, 2016

At this event co-hosted by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Japan-America Society of Washington DC, experts from Japan and the United States reflected on the events of 2015 and discussed what issues they expected to dominate the...Show More
Japan in 2016: Second Panel (Full)

1:26:29 | Apr 12th, 2016

At this event co-hosted by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Japan-America Society of Washington DC, experts from Japan and the United States reflected on the events of 2015 and discussed what issues they expected to dominate the...Show More
A Global Reality Check on Nuclear Security (full audio)

1:22:42 | Mar 24th, 2016

Ahead of the upcoming Nuclear Security Summit in Washington, a new report presents a stark choice: Will the world recommit to continuous improvement in strengthening nuclear security, or will efforts decline and the danger of nuclear terrorism grow? ...Show More
A Norm for Nuclear Material Production: Beyond the Washington Summit and the Iran Deal (full audio)

1:19:34 | Mar 24th, 2016

The Nuclear Security Summit has made little progress on preventing the production of fissile material that has no plausible use. One way forward would be to establish a norm that such production should be consistent with reasonable civilian needs. Ca...Show More
Myanmar's Burden Of High Expectations

1:05:03 | Mar 7th, 2016

By April 1 Myanmar will have elected its new president, heralding the end of over six decades of authoritarianism. But the new administration—burdened with high expectations, little administrative experience, and a looming military presence circumscr...Show More
Science and Technology Diplomacy and the U.S.-Japan Alliance

4:24:23 | Mar 1st, 2016

A diverse group of specialists from Japan and the United States discuss the role of science and technology in twenty-first century diplomacy.
Myanmar's Elections: What Happened And What Happens Now (Full Audio)

1:02:17 | Dec 16th, 2015

Myanmar’s new parliament will begin deliberations in late January 2016, and a new president will be elected in March. But there is no certainty that the transfer of power will be smooth or peaceful—or whether it will happen at all.
Examining the Puzzle of Non-Western Democracy

1:14:36 | Dec 9th, 2015

Many people in non-Western countries say that they want a democratic system of governance—but just not Western-style democracy. Yet what is meant by non-Western democracy often remains unclear, and at times is merely a cover for non-democratic practi...Show More
3-D Printing the Bomb? The Challenge for Nuclear Nonproliferation (Full Audio)

1:28:58 | Dec 2nd, 2015

3-D printing may enable the most sensitive pieces of a nuclear weapons program to be more easily produced and transferred undetected around the globe. Tristan Volpe and Matthew Kroenig launch their new article and explore how the United States can ad...Show More
Why India Is Not a Great Power (Yet) - Full Audio

1:59:12 | Nov 13th, 2015

What are the deficits in India’s military capabilities and in the ‘software’ related to hard power, and how have these shortfalls prevented the country from achieving great-power status?
Creating a New Medina: The Quest for Pakistan

1:15:50 | Nov 6th, 2015

Contrary to the received wisdom, Pakistan was not simply a vague idea that serendipitously emerged as a nation-state, but was broadly conceived as a sovereign Islamic state—a new Medina.
China's Economic Rebalance (Full Audio)

1:46:59 | Oct 29th, 2015

China’s consumption imbalance bottomed out in 2011 and 2012, at the same time that financially repressed interest rates—the main factor behind both deepening imbalances and capital misallocation—finally reversed. Though China’s economy is rebalancing...Show More
Does India's Congress Party Have a Future? (full audio)

1:12:58 | Oct 22nd, 2015

In the 2014 general election, the Indian National Congress party suffered its worst electoral defeat on record. This decline has raised questions about whether India’s “grand old party” can recapture its past glories.
Is U.S. Missile Defense Aimed at China? (full audio)

1:24:30 | Oct 16th, 2015

The United States has been pressing South Korea to accept a very powerful radar that is allegedly intended for South Korea’s defense against North Korean ballistic missiles. However, North Korea is likely years away from building an intercontinental ...Show More
The Pakistan Paradox: Who Rules the Country Today? (full audio)

1:26:13 | Oct 9th, 2015

Nearly seven decades after the Partition of the Indian subcontinent, Pakistan faces a daunting series of existential challenges ranging from ethnic strife to Islamism and terrorism.
India and Pakistan: From Talks to Crisis and Back Again (full audio)

1:22:21 | Oct 9th, 2015

The last few months have witnessed nascent efforts to restart high-level bilateral talks between Delhi and Islamabad dashed again by political maneuvering in both capitals. Are the two states doomed to a perpetual state of “not war, not peace,” or is...Show More
Chinese Thinking on Nuclear Weapons (full audio)

1:34:16 | Oct 9th, 2015

Chinese thinking on nuclear weapons issues can be difficult to discern. What are Chinese views on the role of nuclear weapons? Is there a specific security paradigm through which Chinese thinkers understand nuclear policy? How does China make decisio...Show More
Solving Japan's Plutonium Problem

1:18:43 | Sep 30th, 2015

Japan plans to start producing plutonium—intended for use in its nuclear energy reactors—as soon as possible. However, in the aftermath of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident in 2011, all but one of Japan’s reactors still remain offline, and the p...Show More
U.S. Senator Chris Coons on the Middle East After the Iran Deal (full audio)

59:33 | Sep 28th, 2015

U.S. Senator Chris Coons (D-DE), a leading member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, will offer his thoughts on the Iran nuclear agreement and its implications for U.S. policy in the Middle East.
Saving Mes Aynak (full audio)

31:54 | Sep 28th, 2015

Saving Mes Aynak, a 2014 award-winning documentary film, chronicles one Afghan archaeologist’s fight to save a 5,000-year-old Buddhist site from ruin.
The Economic Impact of Lifting Sanctions on Iran

1:02:04 | Sep 25th, 2015

A new World Bank report assesses that the removal of economic sanctions against Iran could significantly boost economic growth in Iran.
Searching For Answers To Troubled Democratic Transitions

1:24:19 | Sep 25th, 2015

Drawing on a new book edited by Sergio Bitar and Abraham Lowenthal, Democratic Transitions: Conversations with World Leaders (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015), this symposium probed the findings of a set of in-depth interviews with leaders of su...Show More
The UN General Assembly at 70: A Conversation With Assistant Secretary of State Sheba Crocker

50:38 | Sep 25th, 2015

In advance of the 70th annual session of the UN General Assembly, Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs Sheba Crocker discusses the U.S. priorities and preview some of the key events and activities during the Assembly’s ...Show More
U.S. Senator Harry Reid on the Iran Nuclear Deal

36:02 | Sep 25th, 2015

U.S. Senator and Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) offers his thoughts on the nuclear agreement as well as America’s role in a changing Middle East.
Ukraine Reform Monitor Launch (full audio)

1:30:50 | Sep 25th, 2015

The recent violent protests in Kyiv during parliamentary debates about constitutional changes and autonomy for eastern Ukraine underscore the country’s daunting domestic challenges.
Thailand and the Changing Geopolitical Dynamics of Southeast Asia

1:31:42 | Sep 24th, 2015

In the Asia-Pacific, economic development and interconnectivity is growing alongside increasing tensions between neighbor states. This is no clearer than in the fight for building Thailand’s infrastructure. Nobuhiro Aizawa will discuss how Thailand’s...Show More
Elections in Sri Lanka and New Prospects for U.S.-Sri Lanka Relations (Full Audio)

36:53 | Sep 24th, 2015

By decisively rejecting former President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s comeback bid, Sri Lankan voters also validated the new government’s foreign policy orientation and opened the way for a greater rapprochement with the West. However, much more must be done ...Show More
Economic and Strategic Imperatives of Enhanced Bilateral Trade

1:02:08 | Sep 24th, 2015

Scholars present the strategic and economic rationale for enhancing bilateral trade between India and the United States Panel: Ashley J. Tellis - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace C. Fred Bergsten - Peterson Institute for International Econ...Show More
Deepening Bilateral Economic Engagement: U.S. and Indian CEOs Speak

1:07:22 | Sep 24th, 2015

Members of the U.S.-India CEO Forum discuss U.S.-India economic ties and their highest priorities for cooperation ahead of the U.S-India Strategic and Commercial Dialogue. Panelists: Michael S. Burke - Chairman and CEO, AECOM David M. Cote - Chairm...Show More
U.S.-India Economic Ties: Ready for Takeoff?

53:43 | Sep 24th, 2015

U.S. secretary of commerce Penny Pritzker and Indian minister of commerce and industry Nirmala Sitharaman discuss U.S.-India economic ties with Carnegie Endowment president, William J. Burns.
The Future of U.S.–South Korea Relations

1:47:35 | Sep 24th, 2015

Hyun Hong-choo and Choi Young-jin join Evans Revere and Carnegie’s Douglas H. Paal to discuss the U.S.–ROK relationship and what future challenges lie in wait. Han Sung-joo and Ahn Ho-Young give opening remarks.
Myanmar’s Military And The 2015 Elections (Full Audio)

1:23:54 | Sep 24th, 2015

Campaigning has begun for Myanmar’s first general election since the end of direct military rule. But recent events underscore the influential role of the military in the run-up to the election and raise questions about civil-military relations in th...Show More
Myanmar In Transition: A Conversation With Daniel Russel

55:10 | Sep 24th, 2015

Fresh from a trip to Yangon and Naypyidaw, the top U.S. diplomat for East Asia and the Pacific gives an update on policy toward Myanmar as the country gears up for historic elections. Carnegie’s Vikram Nehru moderates.
Defense and Security Partnership for a Stable Asia

1:21:13 | Jul 16th, 2015

Defense and Security Partnership for a Stable Asia by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
July 18, 2005: Looking Backward, Looking Forward

1:15:21 | Jul 16th, 2015

July 18, 2005: Looking Backward, Looking Forward by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Transforming Economic Cooperation: The Open Frontier

1:22:39 | Jul 16th, 2015

Transforming Economic Cooperation: The Open Frontier by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
India’s Evolving Nuclear Force and Doctrine

1:23:23 | Jul 9th, 2015

India stands at a new juncture in its nuclear development. New Delhi is unveiling ballistic missiles of ever-greater range, while its nuclear-armed submarine fleet is finally taking operational form with the launch of the Arihant. Despite these devel...Show More
Lunch Keynote, Amanda J. Dory, U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for African Affairs

56:58 | Jul 6th, 2015

Long neglected by outside powers, the Sahel region stands at the strategic nexus of a number of growing challenges facing the African continent, Europe, and the wider Middle East.
Development Challenges in the Sahel

1:13:03 | Jul 6th, 2015

Long neglected by outside powers, the Sahel region stands at the strategic nexus of a number of growing challenges facing the African continent, Europe, and the wider Middle East.
Security Challenges in the Sahel

1:24:55 | Jul 6th, 2015

Long neglected by outside powers, the Sahel region stands at the strategic nexus of a number of growing challenges facing the African continent, Europe, and the wider Middle East.
Crimean Tatars Under Russian Occupation: An Updated Assessment

1:14:53 | Jun 15th, 2015

Crimean Tatars have had an antagonistic relationship with Moscow since Stalin’s forcible removal of more than 200,000 of their people from the Crimea in 1944. They have also suffered continuous repression since the Russian annexation of the peninsula...Show More
Russian Roulette: A Screening with VICE News Reporter Simon Ostrovsky

52:21 | Jun 15th, 2015

Since launching the Russian Roulette series in March 2014, VICE News reporter Simon Ostrovsky has filmed and released over 100 video dispatches, creating a truly singular body of combat reportage about the Russian annexation of Crimea and the bloody ...Show More
The Future of American Predominance in the Western Pacific

1:29:59 | Jun 11th, 2015

China’s emergence as a major power in the increasingly vital Asia-Pacific region presents a major, long-term strategic challenge to the United States and its allies. Beijing’s growing military, economic, and political influence across the region, alo...Show More
China Faces the Kiss of Debt

1:26:48 | Jun 9th, 2015

Confronted by the 2008 global financial crisis, China unleashed an unprecedented economic stimulus package that included rapid growth in credit from the state banking system to enterprises and local governments. No other developing country has amasse...Show More
Make in India: Challenges and Prospects - Full Audio

1:28:29 | May 27th, 2015

India needs to generate one million jobs per month for the next 20 years to absorb its burgeoning working-age population. India’s manufacturing sector, which is relatively underdeveloped, will have to absorb a significant part of this workforce.
Modi’s China Policy - Full Audio

1:27:59 | May 27th, 2015

Over the last year, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s China policy has revealed the continuation of India’s asymmetric strategies--seeking to build multiple alignments while remaining grounded in strategic autonomy.