Established in 1994, the Carnegie Moscow Center is a leading source of in-depth analysis and insight on the complex issues facing Russia and the countries of the former Soviet Union. The center’s priority areas focus on foreign policy and security strategy, domestic politics and economics, and societal trends. United by a commitment to evidence-based, nonpartisan research on a broad range of challenges, Carnegie Moscow combines unparalleled local and regional expertise with a global perspective to provide both actionable and impactful policy recommendations.
Trenin is a regular commenter for Carnegie.ru, where he analyzes the latest changes to Russia’s foreign policy, from relations with the West to Ukraine to the Middle East. He also frequently writes books that examine Russia’s evolving position and role in the world. He published Russia in 2019, explaining pivotal moments in Russia’s history since 1900 and offering lessons it can draw from that tale.Recent Research
In an increasingly crowded, chaotic, and contested world and marketplace of ideas, the Carnegie Moscow Center offers decisionmakers global, independent, and strategic insight and innovative ideas that advance international peace.Follow Us
Carnegie Moscow’s professionals come from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds but are committed to Andrew Carnegie’s original vision of promoting peace through better mutual understanding and dialogue.
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