The Carnegie Moscow Center hosted a discussion about the strategic future of U.S.-Chinese relations.
The Carnegie Moscow Center hosted a discussion about the role of history in the contemporary development of Russian-Japanese relations.
In a discussion on the important bilateral relationship between Russia and India, the Carnegie Moscow Center hosted Nandan Unnikrishnan and Manoj Joshi from the Observer Research Foundation in New Delhi, India.
The Carnegie Moscow Center hosted Deputy Foreign Minister of Afghanistan Hekmat Karzai to discuss the country’s political, economic, and military situation as well as future development prospects and security challenges in the region.
The Carnegie Moscow Center hosted Michael Tomasky, one of the top U.S. experts on the rise of Donald Trump and a long-time reporter on Hillary Clinton’s approach to electoral politics, to discuss the presidential elections in the United States.
In partnership with the Russo-Japanese Business Council, the Carnegie Moscow Center hosted a panel discussion on the prospects of Russo-Japanese relations prior to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to Sochi and his talks with President Vladimir Putin.
The conversation addressed the overlapping national interests of Moscow and Tokyo in the Arctic, possible opportunities and roadblocks for Japanese investment in the development of the Northern Sea Route, and business projects in the Russian Arctic, as well as security challenges and ways to mitigate them.
On February 24, Carnegie Moscow Center’s Nonproliferation Program hosted a roundtable focused on the past, present and future of U.S.-Russia nuclear cooperation.
Xi Jinping’s foreign policy is much more proactive than his predecessors, driven by his desire to complete the transformation of the Chinese economy and pursue the China Dream.
On January 14, Carnegie Moscow Center’s Russia in the Asia Pacific Program hosted a meeting between the Russian China experts and Michael Pettis.