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  • Carnegie Connects: A Conversation with Francis Fukuyama
    November 18, 2021  – Live Online

    Join Aaron David Miller as he sits down with Carnegie’s new nonresident scholar Francis Fukuyama to discuss the state and fate of America and the world.

     
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  • The Rise of Political Violence in the United States
    November 18, 2021  – Live Online

    Violence has been on the rise in the United States since 2017, fueled by a more polarized electorate and divisive domestic politics. What other factors may have catalyzed this worrying trend, and what can citizens and states do to bolster democracy ?

     
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  • Nuclear Peace in South Asia?
    November 17, 2021  – Live Online

    Please join us for a special event with Michael Krepon on the future arms control from his recently published book, Winning and Losing the Nuclear Peace. He will be joined in conversation by Beenish Pervaiz and Debak Das and Toby Dalton will moderate.

     
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  • Can China and India Get Back on Track?
    November 16, 2021  – Live Online

    Paul Haenle will moderate a discussion between Han Hua and Darshana Baruah on the trajectory of China-India ties and the implications for the United States.

     
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  • Reframing Climate Justice: Low-Income Countries and the Energy Transition
    November 10, 2021  – Live Online

    Join us for a special event as part of the OECD COP26 Virtual Pavilion on climate justice for low-income countries, co-hosted by the OECD Development Centre and the Carnegie Africa Program.

     
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  • Strengthening and Diversifying America’s Cyber Workforce
    October 28, 2021  – Live Online

    Join the Carnegie Endowment for a virtual, public event on strengthening and diversifying America’s cyber workforce.

     
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  • Addressing China’s Influence in South Asia
    October 28, 2021  – Live Online

    While this Chinese engagement in South Asia often targets the needs of specific countries, even states with relatively robust state institutions and civil society struggle to grapple with the implications of China’s expanded footprint.

     
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  • Responding to African Priorities in U.S.-Africa Relations: Insights from Afrobarometer
    October 28, 2021  – Streamed Live from Georgetown University

    Join us for a conversation featuring CEO of Afrobarometer Joseph Asunka and USAID Deputy Assistant Administrator for Africa Travis Adkins to hear about African citizens’ perspectives on local, regional, and global challenges and their implications for U.S.-Africa relations. Dr. Asunka will present key highlights from Afrobarometer’s most recent Round 8 survey of Africans across the continent.

     
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  • Carnegie Connects: A Conversation With Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad
    October 27, 2021  – Live Online

    Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad, the former U.S. special representative for Afghan reconciliation, joins Aaron David Miller to debrief the withdrawal from Afghanistan, what went wrong, and where the United States goes from here.

     
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  • China’s Impact on Strategic Regions
    October 21, 2021  – Live Online

    China’s global footprint has expanded exponentially in recent years, becoming a source of investment for countries around the world. But notably, many nations have struggled to grapple with the accompanying implications and political risks.

     
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