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Carnegie Endowment Aug 16
Military rule is here to stay in Algeria. The country’s top brass took over after the longtime president stepped down. Despite demands for civilian rule, the powerful Algerian military isn’t likely to give up control.
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Protests in Russia have exposed cracks in the Kremlin’s power. The regime is trying to flex its muscles, but poor coordination among key government institutions has allowed protestors to set the political agenda.
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Carnegie Endowment Aug 16
Is the U.S.-India partnership worth it? Skeptics say U.S. investment hasn’t paid off. But the world’s largest democracy is still Washington’s best hope to counter China’s rise in Asia. Ashley J. Tellis and Robert D. Blackwill in .
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Carnegie Endowment Aug 16
Military rule is here to stay in Algeria. The country’s top brass took over after the longtime president stepped down. Despite demands for civilian rule, the powerful Algerian military isn’t likely to give up control.
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Carnegie Endowment Aug 16
Is the U.S.-India partnership worth it? Skeptics say U.S. investment hasn’t paid off. But the world’s largest democracy is still Washington’s best hope to counter China’s rise in Asia. Ashley J. Tellis and Robert D. Blackwill in .
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Carnegie Endowment Aug 15
Interpreting India: A new podcast from . 🎧 The inaugural episode features and host discussing technology’s role in society in India and around the world. Tune in and subscribe👇
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Carnegie Cyber Policy Aug 15
Listen to , Director, talk about defending forward in the cyber domain and why inaction can be escalatory on with Patrick Gray 🎧👇
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Jon Bateman Aug 15
This podcast distills 10 years of U.S. cyber policy evolution down to 30 crisp minutes. You won't find a more informed observer than .
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Carnegie Endowment Aug 14
“Generous U.S. policies were not merely a favor to New Delhi; they were a conscious exercise of strategic altruism,” explain Ashley J. Tellis and Robert D. Blackwill in their latest article.
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Carnegie India Aug 14
Happy 🇮🇳We’re delighted to announce the inaugural episode of our podcast 🎧 ‘Interpreting India’ with & as they discuss empowerment and ’s role in a globalized world:
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Carnegie India Aug 12
Join us on August 15 for the inaugural episode of our new podcast🎧, Interpreting India. On episode 1 speaks to on the , , and 's role in a globalized world. Listen now👉
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Jon Bateman Aug 14
This blockbuster investigation of ’s support to African political surveillance will drive the Huawei conversation going forward. H/t to , and , w/ excellent analysis by @StevenJFeldStein. Here’s a thread with my breakdown: [1/8]
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Evan Feigenbaum Aug 13
Great new podcast launch from our team at !
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Carnegie Endowment Aug 14
“Generous U.S. policies were not merely a favor to New Delhi; they were a conscious exercise of strategic altruism,” explain Ashley J. Tellis and Robert D. Blackwill in their latest article.
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My colleague has followed Tunisia for a lot longer than most in the Beltway - worthy observations here to consider
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Carnegie Endowment Aug 13
After 10 weeks of demonstrations, protesters are showing up in mass at the . We asked about Carrie Lam, the chief executive of . How is she perceived by Hong Kongers? What is her relationship with mainland China?
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Evan Feigenbaum Aug 13
Our new initiative is talking to movers across Asia who shape events from outside capital cities. Check out these three chats with Nebraska’s agricultural trade rep, a Chinese investor in the rust belt, and a university VP:
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Carnegie Endowment Jul 20
The shadowy mercenaries of the Wagner group—bankrolled by a close Putin ally and led by a Russian military intelligence veteran—offer Moscow deniability on the battlefield and a cheap way to build influence around the globe.
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Carnegie Endowment Aug 13
Opponents of extending the New START treaty claim that Russia’s expanding nuclear arsenal will not be covered by the treaty. explains how provides a framework to limit the most immediately worrisome of these weapons in
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