Carnegie’s Yukon Huang presented his new book which provides a holistic and contrarian view of China’s major economic, political, and foreign policy issues.
The Carnegie Moscow Center hosted a discussion on the changing global energy market at a time of abundant supply and high policy uncertainty, particularly in regards to American energy politics under the Trump administration.
Carnegie Moscow Center hosted an open discussion on major power relationships in the Asia-Pacific region with John McCarthy, former Australian ambassador to Vietnam, Indonesia, Japan, and India.
During a recent media call, Andrew Weiss and Andrey Movchan discussed the current stand of the Russian economy.
Carnegie Moscow Center hosted a discussion on the impact of resource dependency on the economic development of Russia and other major petrostates in a comparative context.
Carnegie Moscow Center hosted a seminar on pressing security challenges in Northeast Asia, including the recent developments on the Korean Peninsula and possible strategies for Japan and Russia to address these issues.
Carnegie Moscow Center hosted a discussion on Japanese foreign and security policy.
Carnegie Moscow Center hosted a launch of Dmitri Trenin’s new book, “Should We Fear Russia?”
Carnegie Moscow Center organized a conference on contemporary issues in Central Asia.
Carnegie Moscow Center hosted a discussion about the current situation in Southeast Asia and the potential of Russian-Japanese cooperation in the region. The discussion was organized jointly with the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences.