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Ocean Nations: An Indo-Pacific Islands Dialogue 
September 19, 2021 – September 20, 2021 Japan Society, New York City
Ocean Nations: An Indo-Pacific Islands Dialogue 

Event Archive

  • Changing Our Collective Fate: The Future of Great Power Competition and Strategic Stability
    July 1, 2021  – Live on Zoom

    How can we prevent great power competition from escalating into open military conflict?This event will present and discuss principles and policy recommendations for the future of great power competition and strategic stability.

  • 2021 Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference
    June 24, 2021  – Live Online

    The Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference is going virtual! Join experts and officials from around the world to debate—and explore solutions for—the most pressing challenges in nuclear nonproliferation, arms control, disarmament, deterrence, energy, and security.

  • LGBTQI Rights as Human Rights
    June 17, 2021  – Live Online

    This Pride Month, join us for a fireside chat with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Ford Foundation President Darren Walker on the progress made in the last decade and the progress still to come.

  • Carnegie Connects: What Will the New Israeli Change Coalition Actually Change?
    June 14, 2021  – Live Online

    The inauguration of a new Israeli government raises a series of questions that bear consequentially on the politics of Israel, the conflict with Palestinians, relations with key Arab states, and the Iran nuclear accord: What will the new coalition government mean for the future of Israel?

  • Social Realities of Indian Americans: Findings From the 2020 Indian American Attitudes Survey
    June 9, 2021  – Live Online

    As the number of Indian Americans in the United States has swelled north of 4 million, the community’s diversity has also grown and yet there is surprisingly little systematic data on the everyday social realities of Indian Americans.

  • Ultimate Authority: The Struggle for Islamic Institutions in the Arab World
    June 8, 2021  – Live Online

    Please join the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Middle East program for a public discussion marking the launch of a new edited volume, “Islamic Institutions in Arab States: Mapping the Dynamics of Control, Co-option, and Contention.”

  • Developing a World Class Indian Military
    June 2, 2021  – Live Online

    Ashley J. Tellis will host a discussion with C. Christine Fair, John H. Gill, and Arjun Subramaniam for a timely conversation addressing contemporary issues that speak to whether India’s armed forces can support its ambitions to become a leading power in the international system.

  • How Will the EU Navigate U.S.-China Tensions?
    June 1, 2021  – Live Online

    Over the past few years, Europe and the United States have each approached China’s rise differently. Paul Haenle will moderate a discussion with Rosa Balfour, director of Carnegie Europe, and Cui Hongjian, director of the Department of European Studies at the China Institute of International Studies, on the trajectory of U.S.-EU-China relations.

  • China in the Middle East: What Lies Ahead?
    May 27, 2021  – Live Online

    Conflict and instability in the Middle East show no signs of abating. Join us for a discussion featuring Paul Haenle, Karim Sadjadpour, and He Wenping on recent developments in China-Middle East relations and their implications for the United States.

  • Re-balancing U.S. Security Engagement with Arab States
    May 26, 2021  – Live Online

    Please join the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Middle East program for a public discussion marking the launch of a new edited volume, “From Hardware to Holism: Re-balancing America's Security Engagement with Arab States.”


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