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  • Democracy Promotion Under Stress
    September 9, 2004  – Washington, D.C.

    Democracy promotion has moved to the top of the American foreign policy agenda, becoming directly connected to core U.S. security concerns in ways not seen since the Cold War. Discussants asses the role of democracy promotion in the Bush administration’s foreign policy and take stock of its record over the past four years.

  • How Much Has Federal Power Increased under President Putin?
    September 8, 2004  – Moscow

    On September 8th, 2004, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace hosted a discussion on the development of federal power in Russia. The speaker, Nikolay Petrov, is a Scholar-in-Residence with the Russian Domestic Politics and Domestic Institutions Program at the Carnegie Moscow Center since 1995. Carnegie Endowment Senior Associate Michael McFaul chaired the meeting.

  • What is Happening to the Union of Right Forces and Russian Politics?
    September 2, 2004  – Washington, D.C.

    On September 2, 2004, The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace hosted a meeting on the current situation of the Union of Right Forces in the context of current Russian politics. The speaker was Leonid Gozman, a long-standing activist in the Union of Rights Forces and an advisor to UES CEO Anatoly Chubais. Michael McFaul, a Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment, moderated the session.

  • The Record of Anti-Corruption Assistance: Lessons from Southeastern Europe
    April 16, 2004  – Washington, D.C.

    Martin Tisné presented the results of a new study that analyzed donor-supported anti-corruption programs in Albania, Bosnia, Bulgaria, and Macedonia.

  • Lessons From North American Environmental Cooperation
    May 30, 2003

    A one-day meeting to examine the promises, performance & lessons of NAFTA & its environmental agreement.

  • Carnegie Book Release- Deadly Arsenals: Tracking Weapons of Mass Destruction
    June 12, 2002  – Washington, D.C.

    Introduction by Carnegie President Jessica T. Mathews.

  • The Sum of All Fears
    May 14, 2002  – Washington, D.C.

    Special advance screening presented by the Carnegie Endowment and Paramount Pictures.

  • 193 Days of Putin
    November 16, 2000  – Washington D.C.

    Senior Associates Anatol Lieven and Martha Brill Olcott and Visiting Scholar Shlomo Avineri discuss Russia and the security challenges from the south.

  • Clinton-Putin Agenda: President Clinton's Trip to Russia
    May 24, 2000  – Washington, D.C.

    As the Clinton administration prepares for its June 4th - 5th meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Carnegie Senior Associates Michael McFaul, Joseph Cirincione, Martha Olcott, and Anatol Lieven shared their expectations for this summit.


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