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Section: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (USA)

    Russia’s National Security Narrative: All Quiet on the Eastern Front
    May24

    Russia’s National Security Narrative: All Quiet on the Eastern Front

    The war in Ukraine has cemented the Russian-Chinese partnership for the foreseeable future. While focusing all of its efforts to the West, the last thing Russia needs is a confrontation with China. …read more Source:: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    The Impact of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine in the Middle East and North Africa
    May20

    The Impact of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine in the Middle East and North Africa

    More specifically, Washington should not let this new frame of “great power rivalry,” which Middle East autocracies have heartily welcomed and exploited, distract it from scrutinizing the behavior of these regimes at home and from helping the region’s citizens and societies address the socio-economic and political problems they...

    A Fragile Stability in Moldova
    May11

    A Fragile Stability in Moldova

    Precariously located at the edge of the war in Ukraine, Moldova is thus far coping with Russian security threats. But the conflict’s socioeconomic fallout poses real dangers. …read more Source:: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Has Jeopardized the China-EU Relationship
    May10

    Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Has Jeopardized the China-EU Relationship

    “It’s not so clear how we’re going to get out of this.” …read more Source:: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Russia’s War in Ukraine Must Change the EU
    May05

    Russia’s War in Ukraine Must Change the EU

    The EU needs to plan now for a new policy toward its Eastern neighbors. It cannot wait for Russia to end its destruction of Ukraine or destabilize other countries in the region. …read more Source:: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Why Indonesia’s Palm Oil Export Ban Could Backfire
    Apr28

    Why Indonesia’s Palm Oil Export Ban Could Backfire

    It threatens to upend domestic and global markets already struggling with the fallout from the pandemic and the Russian invasion of Ukraine. …read more Source:: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    How the Lessons of the Syria War May Safeguard Lives in Ukraine
    Apr27

    How the Lessons of the Syria War May Safeguard Lives in Ukraine

    Some of Russia’s war tactics in Ukraine mirror the strategies Moscow has employed in Syria. The international community should apply the lessons learned then to limit devastation and casualties now. …read more Source:: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    The Ukraine War Is Reshaping the Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict
    Apr25

    The Ukraine War Is Reshaping the Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict

    With Russia unable to act as key mediator, the countries are looking elsewhere for help. …read more Source:: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    “What Is in Our Interest”: India and the Ukraine War
    Apr25

    “What Is in Our Interest”: India and the Ukraine War

    As Russia’s war in Ukraine unfolds, India’s national interests have so far dictated a position of formal neutrality. Here are the factors New Delhi faces in balancing its foreign policy priorities. …read more Source:: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    The Far-Reaching Consequences of a Le Pen Victory in France
    Apr19

    The Far-Reaching Consequences of a Le Pen Victory in France

    The EU and NATO-and their efforts to support Ukraine-would immediately feel the effects. …read more Source:: Carnegie Endowment for International...