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  • In Conversation With U.S. Permanent Representative to NATO Julianne Smith
    January 21, 2022  – Live Online

    Rosa Balfour hosts Ambassador Julianne Smith for a discussion on the priorities for NATO and the U.S. at a critical juncture.

  • Carnegie Connects: A Conversation With Linda Thomas-Greenfield
    January 20, 2022  – Live Online

    Aaron welcomes Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield to talk about Biden's biggest successes and challenges from 2021 and to look at the year ahead in U.S. foreign policy.

  • Carnegie Connects: A Conversation with Heather Cox Richardson
    January 18, 2022  – Live online

    Join Aaron David Miller as he sits down with Professor Richardson to discuss the state and fate of the American Republic.

  • From Words to Action: Can the Summit for Democracy Deliver?
    January 13, 2022  – Live Online

    On December 9-10, 2021, U.S. President Joe Biden convened the first of two Summits for Democracy. Leaders from government, civil society, and the private sector agreed to a Year of Action by reviving democracy at home and abroad and advancing democratic reform. But is this summit capable of tackling democracy’s challenges?

  • Carnegie Connects: A Conversation with Kurt Campbell
    January 6, 2022  – Live Online

    Kurt Campbell sits down with Aaron to talk about U.S.-China relations and the future of the geopolitical rivalry between the two superpowers

  • Is There a Future for Nuclear Arms Control?
    December 16, 2021  – Live Online

    Tensions between the great powers are rising. A three-way arms race between China, Russia, and the United States is underway. Should a conventional conflict with either Russia or China occur, it could escalate into a nuclear war. Beijing, Moscow, and Washington all say they want to mitigate these dangers through arms control—but is there a practical way forward?

  • The Future of France-U.S. Defense and Security Cooperation
    December 15, 2021  – Live Online

    In the wake of the diplomatic rift between Paris and Washington over the AUKUS announcement, the United States and France pledged to deepen defense and security cooperation—the Biden administration to step up support of counterterrorism efforts led by France in the Sahel and to recognize a stronger and more capable European defense.

  • Is the U.S. Safer without the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty?
    December 10, 2021  – Live Online

    Join the Carnegie Endowment for a special conversation featuring Rose Gottemoeller, Stephen J. Hadley, and Tino Cuéllar on U.S. missile defense policy and arms control.

  • Navigating a Turbulent Future? What to Expect in 2022
    December 9, 2021  – Live on YouTube and Facebook عربي

    The Malcolm H. Kerr Carnegie Middle East Center will be holding its fifth annual conference on Wednesday, December 8, and Thursday, December 9, 2021, to delve deeper into what to expect in 2022.

  • The Future of the China-Russia Partnership
    December 7, 2021  – Live Online

    Join us for a conversation among Guan Guihai, Jennifer B. Murtazashvili, and Alexander Gabuev, moderated by Paul Haenle, on the evolving China-Russia relationship and the implications for the United States. This panel is the second of the Carnegie Global Dialogue Series 2021-2022 and will also be recorded and published as a China in the World podcast.


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