Press Contact

To request an interview with a Carnegie expert, please contact us by email or +7 495 935 8904.

In Moscow

Svetlana Tugan-Baranovskaya

Communications Manager
+7 495 935 8904

In Washington

Meshal DeSantis

Senior Media Relations Coordinator
+1 202 939 2233

Sign up for our media mailing list by emailing your contact information and beat to

Recent Publications

    • Op-Ed

    Russia Sees Potential Win in South China Sea

    What Russia may seek in the long term in Southeast Asia is a position of a respected and seemingly disinterested outside power helping maintain an equilibrium in a potentially highly volatile region.

    • Op-Ed

    What Is Russia’s Plan With India?

    Russia badly needs to produce a long-term strategy towards India and the region of south Asia, and to stop thinking about India and Pakistan tactically and separately.

    • Op-Ed

    Deciphering China’s Security Intentions in Northeast Asia: A View from Russia

    The “turn to the East” has dramatically changed Russia’s strategy towards China and many underlying assumptions. It has also dramatically influenced the mainstream analysis of Chinese security intentions in Northeast Asia. The influence of this major shift in national policy, as well as policymakers’ and scholars’ perceptions of China, was felt throughout 2015.

    • Op-Ed

    Deep Military Cooperation Between Russia and Pakistan Threatens Delhi

    Russia's recent military exercises with Pakistan showed that Moscow still views many international issues through the prism of its relations with the U.S. Such a position might put Russia-India relations at risk.

    • Op-Ed

    Russia, China Can Help Kashmir Tensions

    Before India and Pakistan enter the SCO, Russia and China should make an effort to help them prevent future conflicts. Failing to help manage the relationship now carries a serious risk for the entire SCO project started by Beijing and Moscow 15 years ago. So, China and Russia owe it to themselves to begin defusing tensions between their partners.

    • Op-Ed

    The Prospect of a Superpower War in Syria is Hardly Far-Fetched

    So far, Moscow and Washington have proved incapable of ending Syria’s civil war. But a settlement is impossible without them.

    • Op-Ed

    Information Is a Potent Weapon in the New Cold War

    Modern western leaders might wish to consider that, in the end, what killed the Soviet system was not Reagan’s Star Wars, or even the scarcity of goods in the shops. What actually did it was the loss of public faith in the domestic political system. So, improve or beware of exposure.

    • Op-Ed

    A New Great Game in Russia’s Backyard

    Moscow should reconsider its own position in the region and within the EEU. Central Asian republics are not passive actors anymore, vying for advantageous bargaining positions with China.

    • Op-Ed

    Russia-China Entente Must Move Past Rhetoric

    Chinese and Russians now better understand both the potential and the limitations of their relationship. They need to move ahead on concrete issues, making sure that what is agreed upon at the top actually gets implemented.

    • Article

    Another Rubber Stamp Duma?

    The 2016 parliamentary campaign isn’t just a test run for the 2018 presidential race. Russia’s political regime is in search of a governing model that will help it sustain the status quo for the foreseeable future.

Please note

You are leaving the Carnegie–Tsinghua Center for Global Policy's website and entering another Carnegie global site.