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  • Carnegie Live... The Longterm Implications of the Russia-Georgia Conflict

    Carnegie Live... The Longterm Implications of the Russia-Georgia Conflict
    • September 19, 2008 —  Brussels

    The Russia-Georgia conflict has not only re-defined the balance of power in the Caucasus but also Russia’s relations with the world. To understand what a re-emergent Russia wants, Carnegie Europe has hosted the first of its new ‘Live from…’ video briefing with leading Russian foreign policy expert, Dmitri Trenin.

  • Crisis in the Caucasus: A Conversation with Nino Burjanadze

    Crisis in the Caucasus: A Conversation with Nino Burjanadze
    • September 04, 2008

    <p>On September 4, 2008, former speaker of the Georgian parliament Nino Burjanadze spoke at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace , Washington, DC, on the Russia-Georgia conflict.<br clear='none'></br>Burjanadze highlighted the causes of the conflict, the next steps that the international community should take, U.S. policy towards Georgia, including during the next administration, Georgian prospects for NATO accession, democracy in Georgia, Georgian actions prior to the conflict, and the future of Russian-Georgian relations. The former speaker of the Georgian parliament insisted on the need of international support and criticized Russia, but noted that isolating Russia may not be the best solution and attempting diplomacy may still be possible at this moment.</p><br clear='none'></br>

  • Russia’s Over-Managed Democracy: Does Medvedev Make a Difference?

    Russia’s Over-Managed Democracy: Does Medvedev Make a Difference?
    • May 05, 2008 —  Washington, D.C.

    A panel of Carnegie Russia experts present analysis of the current state of Russia's political and economic development and the likelihood of continuity or change in Dmitry Medvedev's first term as president of Russia.

  • An Assessment of President Putin's Tenure and the Outlook for His Successor

    An Assessment of President Putin's Tenure and the Outlook for His Successor
    • March 03, 2008 —  Washington, D.C.

    Alexei Arbatov, scholar-in-residence at the Carnegie Moscow Center, gave a talk on the Putin legacy and the likely trajectory of his successor, Dmitry Medvedev. Ambassador James F. Collins, director of the Russia and Eurasia Program, moderated the event.

  • Russia After the Presidential Election: Major Challenges and Prospects for the Future

    Russia After the Presidential Election: Major Challenges and Prospects for the Future
    • February 22, 2008 —  Washington, D.C.

    On February 22, Carnegie Moscow Center Scholar-in-Residence Nikolai Petrov discussed Russia's March 2 presidential elections, which are widely expected to usher in the rule of Dmitry Medvedev, President Putin's favored successor. <BR><IMG alt=video hspace=5 src="http://www.carnegieendowment.org/images/video_icon_border.gif" align=top border=0><STRONG><EM>Features event Video</EM></STRONG>

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