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A private, nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing cooperation between nations and promoting active international engagement by the United States.
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“The Islamic State’s ideology is multifaceted and cannot be traced to one individual, movement, or period. Understanding it is crucial to defeating the group.”
Hassan Hassan analyzes the sectarianism of the Islamic State: http://ceip.org/1YmgwbW
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Our independent team of Ukraine-based scholars analyzes Ukraine’s reform progress in four key areas from mid-February to mid-April 2016:http://ceip.org/1SC91YP
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Asia has already risen by most hard-power measures. But without an understanding of the downsides of Asia’s rise, the conventional narrative is incomplete, misleading, and inaccurate. Chung Min Lee explores the fundamental dichotomy that defines contemporary Asia in his new book, “Fault Lines in a Rising Asia”: http://ceip.org/1StMVKa 

You can also watch coverage from our launch event of “Fault Lines in a Rising Asia” here:http://ceip.org/1XlxCo3
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The U.S.-Saudi partnership, once the cornerstone of America’s security posture in the Gulf, is experiencing deep structural changes. Perry Cammack and Richard Sokolsky examine the new normal in U.S.-Saudi relations ahead of next week’s Gulf Cooperation Council summit: http://ceip.org/23F9Zuk
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Carnegie India, the sixth international center of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, opens in April 2016 in New Delhi. Ahead of the center’s launch, Carnegie President William J. Burns discusses the importance of the center amid India’s rise in a changing international landscape: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UdaiHYHnDc&feature=youtu.be
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The geopolitical landscape is more complicated and crowded than ever as governments struggle to keep pace with emerging challenges, rapid innovation, and rising expectations. How did Carnegie address these and other issues in 2015? Take a look at our 2015 Annual Report, now available online: http://ceip.org/AnnualReport15
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Early 2016 has been marked by a series of scandals in Ukraine, but what progress has the country made in its reforms? Our Ukraine Reform Monitor team takes a look in its February memo: http://ceip.org/1oPpReX
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“Alarmist assessments of ISIS in Libya should not lead to a hasty and heavy-handed intervention,” say Frederic Wehrey and Wolfram Lacher. Read why the Western approach must work carefully to ensure that it harnesses and unifies—rather than divides—Libya’s societal and political actors: http://ceip.org/1UYIYwZ
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Paul Stronski writes, “With the West’s future in Afghanistan unclear, Iran on the verge of opening up economically, and Russia flexing its muscles in Ukraine and the Middle East, the geopolitical landscape is shifting around Tajikistan.” Read more about Tajikistan and its president, Emomali Rahmon: http://ceip.org/1VCpXR7
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