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The Economic Times
Indian surgical action was carefully measured: Expertsas reassurance for Indian domestic audiences. Modi could not let the outrage at
Indian surgical action was carefully measured: Experts
The Economic Times / Posted 6 hours ago
as reassurance for Indian domestic audiences. Modi could not let the outrage at Uri go unanswered," Ashley Tellis of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a top American think-tank said. "The Indian action was carefully measured:... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The brutal strategy behind Russia's massacres in Syriarebel-held areas, threatening those communities with starvation, a Syria analys
The brutal strategy behind Russia's massacres in Syria
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 hours ago
rebel-held areas, threatening those communities with starvation, a Syria analyst named Aron Lund warned in a brief for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace that rebel-held Aleppo could be next. "Imposing starvation on civilian... Read more
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The Age
The brutal strategy behind Russia's massacres in Syriarebel-held areas, threatening those communities with starvation, a Syria analys
The brutal strategy behind Russia's massacres in Syria
The Age / Posted 13 hours ago
rebel-held areas, threatening those communities with starvation, a Syria analyst named Aron Lund warned in a brief for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace that rebel-held Aleppo could be next. "Imposing starvation on civilian... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The brutal strategy behind Russia's massacres in Syriarebel-held areas, threatening those communities with starvation, a Syria analys
The brutal strategy behind Russia's massacres in Syria
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
rebel-held areas, threatening those communities with starvation, a Syria analyst named Aron Lund warned in a brief for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace that rebel-held Aleppo could be next. "Imposing starvation on civilian... Read more
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Canberra Times
The brutal strategy behind Russia's massacres in Syriarebel-held areas, threatening those communities with starvation, a Syria analys
The brutal strategy behind Russia's massacres in Syria
Canberra Times / Posted 15 hours ago
rebel-held areas, threatening those communities with starvation, a Syria analyst named Aron Lund warned in a brief for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace that rebel-held Aleppo could be next. "Imposing starvation on civilian... Read more
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WA Today
The brutal strategy behind Russia's massacres in Syriarebel-held areas, threatening those communities with starvation, a Syria analys
The brutal strategy behind Russia's massacres in Syria
WA Today / Posted 15 hours ago
rebel-held areas, threatening those communities with starvation, a Syria analyst named Aron Lund warned in a brief for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace that rebel-held Aleppo could be next. "Imposing starvation on civilian... Read more
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Business Standard India
Pakistan can't take India's restraint granted for long: Mediacapabilities and political engagements and away from risky, punitive gambits,"
Pakistan can't take India's restraint granted for long: Media
Business Standard India / Posted 2 days ago
capabilities and political engagements and away from risky, punitive gambits," Lalwani wrote. George Perkovich from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace said beyond small-scale tit-for-tat action against targets in Pakistan-controlled... Read more
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dna
Pakistan can't take India's strategic restraint granted for long: Wall Street Journalcapabilities and political engagements and away from risky, punitive gambits,"
Pakistan can't take India's strategic restraint granted for long: Wall Street Journal
dna / Posted 2 days ago
capabilities and political engagements and away from risky, punitive gambits," Lalwani wrote. George Perkovich from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace said beyond small-scale tit-for-tat action against targets in Pakistan-controlled... Read more
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Op-Ed News
How Nuclear Power Causes Global Warmingten possible after that to phase into production. U.S. Secretary of Energy Erne
How Nuclear Power Causes Global Warming
Op-Ed News / Posted 2 days ago
ten possible after that to phase into production. U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz said on September 13, 2016, at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace that the mismanaged project was "impossible" to carry out and that it could cost... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Does The Carnegie Endowment for Peace Support BDS?CEIP means - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace The Carnegie Endowment
Does The Carnegie Endowment for Peace Support BDS?
The Jewish Press / Posted 4 days ago
CEIP means - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP) has significantly contributed to the progress of global peace and promotion of global citizenship. Nonetheless, recently, CEIP Vice... Read more
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The New Yorker
President Trump’s First Termrefusing to implement it would be, in effect, “a gift to Iran,” according to Ka
President Trump’s First Term
The New Yorker / Posted 10 days ago
refusing to implement it would be, in effect, “a gift to Iran,” according to Karim Sadjadpour, an Iran specialist at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. “The hard-line forces in Iran are looking for a way in which this deal can... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Pak may be building new nuclear site, say expertsto have around 120 nuclear weapons, more than India, Israel and North Korea. A
Pak may be building new nuclear site, say experts
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 13 days ago
to have around 120 nuclear weapons, more than India, Israel and North Korea. A 2015 report written by scholars at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Stimson Center said Pakistan could increase its stockpile by 20 warheads a... Read more
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dna
Pakistan could be constructing new nuclear site, say analyststo have around 120 nuclear weapons, more than India, Israel and North Korea. A
Pakistan could be constructing new nuclear site, say analysts
dna / Posted 13 days ago
to have around 120 nuclear weapons, more than India, Israel and North Korea. A 2015 report written by scholars at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Stimson Center said Pakistan could increase its stockpile by 20 warheads a... Read more
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Business Standard India
Pakistan may be building new nuclear site: Analyststo have around 120 nuclear weapons, more than India, Israel and North Korea. A
Pakistan may be building new nuclear site: Analysts
Business Standard India / Posted 13 days ago
to have around 120 nuclear weapons, more than India, Israel and North Korea. A 2015 report written by scholars at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Stimson Centre said Pakistan could increase its stockpile by 20 warheads a... Read more
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The Economic Times
Pakistan may be building new nuclear site: Analyststo have around 120 nuclear weapons, more than India, Israel and North Korea. A
Pakistan may be building new nuclear site: Analysts
The Economic Times / Posted 13 days ago
to have around 120 nuclear weapons, more than India, Israel and North Korea. A 2015 report written by scholars at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Stimson Center said Pakistan could increase its stockpile by 20 warheads a... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Pakistan may be building new nuclear site, strengthening its arsenalto have around 120 nuclear weapons, more than India, Israel and North Korea. A
Pakistan may be building new nuclear site, strengthening its arsenal
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 13 days ago
to have around 120 nuclear weapons, more than India, Israel and North Korea. A 2015 report written by scholars at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Stimson Center said Pakistan could increase its stockpile by 20 warheads a... Read more
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14d
The Times & The Sunday Times
Pakistan may be building new nuclear site: analyststo have around 120 nuclear weapons, more than India, Israel and North Korea. A
Pakistan may be building new nuclear site: analysts
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 14 days ago
to have around 120 nuclear weapons, more than India, Israel and North Korea. A 2015 report written by scholars at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Stimson Center said Pakistan could increase its stockpile by 20 warheads a... Read more
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J Weekly
Donors make 2015 America’s most generous year everconsistently makes massive annual gifts to this subsector; several organization
Donors make 2015 America’s most generous year ever
J Weekly / Posted 14 days ago
consistently makes massive annual gifts to this subsector; several organizations, including Google, Coca Cola and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, shifted their programmatic focus toward global issues. 9. Giving to foundations... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
US promises Israel $38-b military aidrelations are terrible but everyone agrees the military relationship has never
US promises Israel $38-b military aid
Manila Standard Today / Posted 14 days ago
relations are terrible but everyone agrees the military relationship has never been stronger,” Joseph Bahout of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace told Agence France Presse. “That’s the paradox. What we hear from Israeli... Read more
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The Washington Times
George W. Bush’s Afghanistan reconstruction efforts killed by corruptionSecretary Hillary Clinton failed to approve the U.S. Embassy’s anti-corruption
George W. Bush’s Afghanistan reconstruction efforts killed by corruption
The Washington Times / Posted 15 days ago
Secretary Hillary Clinton failed to approve the U.S. Embassy’s anti-corruption strategy. Mr. Sopko, in a speech to the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, said the lessons go well beyond Afghanistan, to anywhere that the U.S. is trying... Read more
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FOX News
US taxpayer billions lined pockets of corrupt Afghan warlords, says watchdogof a blistering new report, Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstru
US taxpayer billions lined pockets of corrupt Afghan warlords, says watchdog
FOX News / Posted 15 days ago
of a blistering new report, Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) John Sopko addressed the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace about the astronomical amount of wartime waste expended by U.S.... Read more
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ABC News
America's 'Ultimate Failure' in Afghanistan: Corruption By the Billionseats away the base of every pillar of Afghan reconstruction, including security
America's 'Ultimate Failure' in Afghanistan: Corruption By the Billions
ABC News / Posted 15 days ago
eats away the base of every pillar of Afghan reconstruction, including security and political stability," Sopko said at The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, according to prepared remarks. A representative for the government of... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Burmese Springyears, but the top-down, bloodless variety is rare. More often, as Thomas Carot
The Burmese Spring
The New Yorker / Posted 16 days ago
years, but the top-down, bloodless variety is rare. More often, as Thomas Carothers, a specialist on democratization at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, said of dictators, “It has to be taken away from them, usually by angry... Read more
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Pakistan News Tribune
Sanctioning Pakistan,declaring it a state sponsor of terrorism could backfire: US Law makersconditions in ways that more Pakistanis and Americans will actually understand.
Sanctioning Pakistan,declaring it a state sponsor of terrorism could backfire: US Law makers
Pakistan News Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
conditions in ways that more Pakistanis and Americans will actually understand. Toby Dalton, a co-director of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, explained that there was a vast difference between what the US should and could... Read more
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New Kerala
US lawmakers warned that sanctioning Pak can backfire - newkerala.com #117537coercive approach" with Pakistan than the outgoing president, Barack Obama. Me
US lawmakers warned that sanctioning Pak can backfire - newkerala.com #117537
New Kerala / Posted 18 days ago
coercive approach" with Pakistan than the outgoing president, Barack Obama. Meanwhile, Toby Dalton, a co-director of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace said that there was a vast difference between what the U.S. should and could... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
US runs after Russia, seeking Syria peace plantrips would be a bit ridiculous, if they weren’t so dramatic for Syria,” said J
US runs after Russia, seeking Syria peace plan
Manila Bulletin / Posted 22 days ago
trips would be a bit ridiculous, if they weren’t so dramatic for Syria,” said Joseph Bahout, a scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. “You get the impression that America is running after Russia. What has the... Read more
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Business Insider
Central Asia's most populous country will have its first transition of power in 25 years — and it could get diceytransition might not go as smoothly as hoped," Paul Stronski, a senior associat
Central Asia's most populous country will have its first transition of power in 25 years — and it could get dicey
Business Insider / Posted 26 days ago
transition might not go as smoothly as hoped," Paul Stronski, a senior associate in the Russia and Eurasia Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, told Business Insider. "This has all been happening behind the... Read more
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Gulf News
What is Russia’s endgame in the Middle East?paper titled “Russia in the Middle East: Moscow’s Objectives, Priorities, and P
What is Russia’s endgame in the Middle East?
Gulf News / Posted 26 days ago
paper titled “Russia in the Middle East: Moscow’s Objectives, Priorities, and Policy Drivers”.Trenin, the Director of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Moscow Centre, penned his essay in April 2016, and warned that it was “premature... Read more
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The Economic Times
Indian civil services need urgent reform: US thinktankoutdated personnel procedures, and a mixed record on policy implementation, and
Indian civil services need urgent reform: US thinktank
The Economic Times / Posted 27 days ago
outdated personnel procedures, and a mixed record on policy implementation, and it is in need of urgent reform," the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace said in its report on 'The Indian Administration Service Meets Big Data' released... Read more
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NBC News
What happens when a nation loses the only leader in its history?officials have not commented on the president's health. "It's a place that run
What happens when a nation loses the only leader in its history?
NBC News / Posted 30 days ago
officials have not commented on the president's health. "It's a place that runs on rumors," analyst Paul Stronski of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace told The Associated Press. 3. Why does Uzbekistan matter? Central Asia has... Read more
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asianage
Rumours of Uzbek President's death raise questions over successionentertainment to signal a leader's demise. "It's a place that runs on rumors,"
Rumours of Uzbek President's death raise questions over succession
asianage / Posted 30 days ago
entertainment to signal a leader's demise. "It's a place that runs on rumors," said analyst Paul Stronski of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Uzbekistan's opacity makes assessing the potential threat of Islamic extremism... Read more
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FOX News
What next? Opaque Uzbekistan faces transition anxietiesentertainment to signal a leader's demise. "It's a place that runs on rumors,"
What next? Opaque Uzbekistan faces transition anxieties
FOX News / Posted 30 days ago
entertainment to signal a leader's demise. "It's a place that runs on rumors," said analyst Paul Stronski of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Uzbekistan's opacity makes assessing the potential threat of Islamic extremism... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
What next? Opaque Uzbekistan faces transition anxietiesentertainment to signal a leader's demise. "It's a place that runs on rumors,"
What next? Opaque Uzbekistan faces transition anxieties
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 30 days ago
entertainment to signal a leader's demise. "It's a place that runs on rumors," said analyst Paul Stronski of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Uzbekistan's opacity makes assessing the potential threat of Islamic extremism... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
What next? Opaque Uzbekistan faces transition anxietiesentertainment to signal a leader's demise. "It's a place that runs on rumors,"
What next? Opaque Uzbekistan faces transition anxieties
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 30 days ago
entertainment to signal a leader's demise. "It's a place that runs on rumors," said analyst Paul Stronski of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Uzbekistan's opacity makes assessing the potential threat of Islamic extremism... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
What next? Opaque Uzbekistan faces transition anxietiesentertainment to signal a leader's demise. "It's a place that runs on rumors,"
What next? Opaque Uzbekistan faces transition anxieties
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 30 days ago
entertainment to signal a leader's demise. "It's a place that runs on rumors," said analyst Paul Stronski of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Uzbekistan's opacity makes assessing the potential threat of Islamic extremism... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
What next? Opaque Uzbekistan faces transition anxietiesentertainment to signal a leader's demise. "It's a place that runs on rumors,"
What next? Opaque Uzbekistan faces transition anxieties
Hawaii News Now / Posted 30 days ago
entertainment to signal a leader's demise. "It's a place that runs on rumors," said analyst Paul Stronski of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Uzbekistan's opacity makes assessing the potential threat of Islamic extremism... Read more
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Salon.com
What next? Opaque Uzbekistan faces transition anxietiesentertainment to signal a leader’s demise. “It’s a place that runs on rumors,”
What next? Opaque Uzbekistan faces transition anxieties
Salon.com / Posted 30 days ago
entertainment to signal a leader’s demise. “It’s a place that runs on rumors,” said analyst Paul Stronski of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Uzbekistan’s opacity makes assessing the potential threat of Islamic extremism... Read more
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Daily Herald
What next? Opaque Uzbekistan faces transition anxietiesentertainment to signal a leader's demise. "It's a place that runs on rumors,"
What next? Opaque Uzbekistan faces transition anxieties
Daily Herald / Posted 30 days ago
entertainment to signal a leader's demise. "It's a place that runs on rumors," said analyst Paul Stronski of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Uzbekistan's opacity makes assessing the potential threat of Islamic extremism... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
What next? Opaque Uzbekistan faces transition anxietiesentertainment to signal a leader's demise. "It's a place that runs on rumors,"
What next? Opaque Uzbekistan faces transition anxieties
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 30 days ago
entertainment to signal a leader's demise. "It's a place that runs on rumors," said analyst Paul Stronski of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Uzbekistan's opacity makes assessing the potential threat of Islamic extremism... Read more
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The Hindu
LEMOA is not a military alliance pact: Expertand Manmohan Singh – did not sign it though it has been on the table since 2002
LEMOA is not a military alliance pact: Expert
The Hindu / Posted 30 days ago
and Manmohan Singh – did not sign it though it has been on the table since 2002. Ashley J. Tellis, Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace explains what the pact is and what it does to India-U.S. defence ties: Is this a... Read more
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Roll Call
Obama and the Mythical Arab Ground Forcesupport. "But that’s not going to work in Sunni Arab-controlled areas for a va
Obama and the Mythical Arab Ground Force
Roll Call / Posted 1 months ago
support. "But that’s not going to work in Sunni Arab-controlled areas for a variety of reasons,” said Cammack, now at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He added that Russian President Vladimir Putin “has mentioned using the Syrian... Read more
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Roll Call
Analysis: Desire to Avoid Bush Missteps Could Taint Obama Legacyout of Middle East wars.” A mixed record? On the latter, the president has a
Analysis: Desire to Avoid Bush Missteps Could Taint Obama Legacy
Roll Call / Posted 1 months ago
out of Middle East wars.” A mixed record? On the latter, the president has a “mixed record,” added Cammack, now at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. “But he can say that he was able to avoid getting stuck in a quagmire in Syria,”... Read more
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Calcutta News
Iranian vessels “come too close” of U.S. Navy destroyer in Strait of HormuzThis institutional culture hasn’t changed after the nuclear deal," explained Ka
Iranian vessels “come too close” of U.S. Navy destroyer in Strait of Hormuz
Calcutta News / Posted 1 months ago
This institutional culture hasn’t changed after the nuclear deal," explained Karim Sadjadpour, an expert on Iran at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. The Iranian body is suspicious of U.S. military activity near Iran’s... Read more
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Bdnews24.com
Iran vessels make 'high speed intercept' of US ship: US officialRevolutionary Guard commanders or sanctioned by senior officials in Tehran, sai
Iran vessels make 'high speed intercept' of US ship: US official
Bdnews24.com / Posted 1 months ago
Revolutionary Guard commanders or sanctioned by senior officials in Tehran, said Karim Sadjadpour, an Iran expert at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. "For four decades the Revolutionary Guard have been told that America is the... Read more
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Newsmax
FBI Files Say China Firm Pushed US Experts for Nuclear Secretsfrom corporate partners and foreign governments as part of that effort, said Ma
FBI Files Say China Firm Pushed US Experts for Nuclear Secrets
Newsmax / Posted 1 months ago
from corporate partners and foreign governments as part of that effort, said Mark Hibbs, a senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. "What you hear again and again from foreign company executives working in China... Read more

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