• Russia-EU Dialogue | Русский

    The envisaged cooperation between the Carnegie Moscow Center and the EU-Russia Expert Network on Foreign Policy (EUREN) aims to make a key contribution to Russian and international debates about the challenges the EU and Russia face in their relationship. The main goal of the new project, Russia-EU: Promoting Informed Dialogue, is to establish a platform in Russia for high-quality expert analysis of relations between Russia and the EU.

    The EU-Russia Experts Network on Foreign Policy (EUREN) was initiated by the EU Delegation to Russia and the Russian International Affairs Council in 2016 to facilitate interaction between EU and Russian foreign policy experts and think tanks.

    Since 2017, EUREN has been part of the EU-funded Public Diplomacy. EU and Russia project. This project offers a platform for dialogue between selected Russian and EU audiences on a broad range of bilateral and global issues.

    The project is run in partnership with the EU Delegation to Russia.

  • Security in Europe | Русский

    The Carnegie Moscow Center’s new project, “Minimizing the Risk of an East-West Collision: Practical Ideas for European Security,” provides insight into navigating the increasingly contentious relationship between Russia and the West. This project will provide workable solutions on how to alleviate tensions, prevent conflict, and manage current disputes.

    The project is co-led by Carnegie’s Dmitri Trenin and Alexander Baunov, and supported by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

  • Twenty-first Century Strategic Stability | Русский

    The Carnegie Moscow Center’s new project, “A Global Strategic Environment in Flux: Russian Perspectives and Long-Term Policy Goals,” examines Russian perspectives for how best to navigate the increasingly complex and challenging strategic landscape —a result of rapid technological progress, mounting proliferation risks, and the rise of new military actors and capabilities. For this project, a team of Russia-based scholars and practitioners will generate in-depth analysis and policy recommendations regarding these recent developments.
    This project is led by Carnegie’s Dmitri Trenin and supported by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

  • Pax Sinica

    China is quietly exploiting Russia’s rift with the West to expand its influence in the geopolitical, security, technological, and financial domains. Are Russia and its neighbors becoming a testing ground for a new Beijing-centered regional order? Is a Pax Sinica emerging?

  • Relaunching U.S.-Russia Dialogue on Global Challenges: The Role of the Next Generation | Русский

    The breakdown in the U.S.-Russian bilateral relationship threatens to be long-lasting and volatile. Exchanges between policymakers on both sides have descended to depths not seen since the darkest days of the Cold War. Normal channels of communication between the two governments are barely functioning. Links between U.S. and Russian societies have also been negatively impacted by the crisis, making people-to-people exchanges more important than ever.

    Against this difficult backdrop, Carnegie Moscow Center’s new project aims to strengthen exchanges and dialogue between leading U.S.- and Russia-based scholars and experts, and to create new communication channels between the voices of the younger generation.

  • Sino-Russian Entente | Русский

    With the collapse of Russia’s relationship with the West, Russia is increasingly reliant on China as a market for exports, a source of loans and investment, and a provider of advanced technology and digital infrastructure.

    The Carnegie Moscow Center’s new project, “Managing Europe’s Changing Strategic Environment: The Transformative Impact of Russia’s Deepening Security and Economic Partnership with China,” will analyze the geopolitical, security and economic implications for Europe and the United States of the emerging Sino-Russian entente.

    The project is supported by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

  • Eurasia in Transition | Русский

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