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“Ukraine must first set achievable goals and start helping itself instead of using Russian aggression—and now Western inaction—as an excuse for all of its domestic shortcomings.” Read more from Balázs Jarábik: http://ceip.org/1McuE1b 
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William J. Burns, former U.S. deputy secretary of state, begins today as president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Burns is Carnegie’s ninth president in its 105-year history. Read more: http://ceip.org/1EG2olw
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“Democracy aid has arrived not at a crisis, but at a crossroads, defined by two very different possible paths forward.” Read more from Thomas Carothers: http://ceip.org/1FRrjDY 
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With 2014 coming to a close, read our experts’ take on the year ahead: http://ceip.org/1ALJNPt 

Do you agree with our experts? What do you think will be the biggest surprise in 2015? 
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From the annexation of Crimea to the plummeting Russian ruble, a lot has changed since Vladimir Putin’s last annual address to Russia’s Federal Assembly. Scholars from Carnegie’s Global Centers discussed the significance of Putin’s recent address for the future of Russia and the country’s role in the international community: http://ceip.org/1zuS6AK 
What did you think of Putin’s address?
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As an international coalition gears up to confront the Islamic State, there is a rare opportunity to try to get the Syrian regime and rebels to stop fighting each other.
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Watch Thomas de Waal discuss his new book, Great Catastrophe: http://youtu.be/TGCAQIcJsoc 

Grab your copy today! http://ceip.org/15FNLj9
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Ahead of Barack Obama’s visit to India, Ashley Tellis provides recommendations for how the United States and India can improve their relationship: http://youtu.be/ty6DYv9Xym0 
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Carnegie experts outline possible game changers in the Middle East in the year ahead: http://ceip.org/1vCZSne 

What will you be watching for in the Middle East in 2015? 
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Take a look back at 2014 and ahead to 2015 with our special project, “The Year in Crisis”: http://www.ceip.org/yearincrisis
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“The highest hopes for EU external relations lie with the job where one would perhaps least expect it” argues Jan Techau. Read the piece: http://ceip.org/1wiDPra  
Do you agree that Donald Tusk is the best hope for an improved European Union Foreign Policy?    
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While Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has improved the quality of governance in his first hundred days in office, he has yet to pursue major economic policy reforms.
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The Carnegie Endowment is pioneering the first global think tank, with flourishing offices now in Washington, MoscowBeijingBeirut, and Brussels. These five locations include the centers of world governance and the places whose political evolution and international policies will most determine the near-term possibilities for international peace and economic advance.