Leading Russian finance expert Andrey Movchan will join the Carnegie Moscow Center as a senior associate and director of its Economic Policy Program.
The Carnegie Moscow Center announced the appointment of Alexander Baunov and Maxim Samorukov as editor in chief and deputy editor of Carnegie.ru.
The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace announced today that three new scholars will join the research team at the Carnegie Moscow Center.
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation named the Carnegie Moscow Center as a recipient of the MacArthur Award for Creative and Effective Institutions. The award recognizes the center’s work and provides a grant of $2.5 million.
Tens of thousands of Russians took to the street on December 10 in protest over voter fraud allegations in the country’s parliamentary elections. Carnegie Moscow Center experts analyze the election results and what the public response might mean for the country’s future.
The modern-day Russian Orthodox Church faces numerous problems but, twenty years after the end of communism, it is adopting a new and energetic strategy of change under the leadership of Patriarch Kirill.
The world is still coping with the consequences of the collapse of the Soviet Union. Two decades later, the West has yet to adjust to the post-Soviet reality and Russia has not settled on its relationship with the rest of the world.
An international team of experts has been brought together to discuss the prospects and opportunities for Russia’s future along key vectors. Draft materials have been posted for discussion on a special Russia-2020 website launched by the Carnegie Moscow Center.
In a new series of commentaries, Carnegie experts from Moscow, Brussels, and Washington take stock of the relationship, assess the challenges and opportunities for both sides, and provide a clearer view of what is—and what is not—possible for EU–Russian relations.
Contemporary Russia is experiencing a transformation of the values related to parenthood and child-rearing. The contributors to this issue of Pro et Contra investigate the evolution of approaches to child-rearing in the post-Soviet period and evaluate contemporary tendencies in the development of relations within the family.
Alexander Pikayev, our colleague and friend of many years, has passed away. Pikayev was a member of the Carnegie Moscow Center Research Council for many years.
Russia enjoys the world’s largest share of energy resources. While urban areas have grown more efficient in recent years, great expanses of the vast country continue to squander its valuable resources. Russia’s energy reserves can be conserved through available, cost-effective measures and this will lead to a more competitive economy, more jobs, and increased national income.
On May 1, 2010, the Center moved its Internet presence onto a platform fully integrated with the Carnegie Endowment’s global network. The new website will allow seamless navigation throughout the world of analysis and insight that the Endowment provides, putting our work in Moscow in the global context in which it rightfully belongs.
Despite its importance, Russia’s perspective has been missing from many previous analyses of coalition policy in Afghanistan. Dmitri Trenin and Alexey Malashenko fill that gap with a report that takes a fresh look at the coalition’s involvement in Afghanistan.
The 2009 Carnegie International Nonproliferation Conference , that took place at the Ronald Reagan International Trade Center in Washington, D.C., on April 6-7, attracted over 800 government officials, important members of the Obama Administration, former prime minister, current and former forei
The Carnegie Moscow Center has been named the best among Russia’s and East Europe’s think tanks according to the Think Tank Index compiled by the University of Pennsylvania