Report: One in Four New Business are Started by Immigrants!
June is Immigrant Heritage Month in the United States, a celebration of our shared heritage as a nation of immigrants and a time to reflect on how immigrants boost our... Learn More
Summit: AU Cites Outcome of Dakar Summit in Call for More Investment in Higher Education
African leaders from across the continent this week affirmed their support for the need to better fund and support higher education at the 25th African Union Summit... Learn More
From the Desk of: Patricia Moore Nicholas
Q & A with Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists chief, Rachel Bronson Learn More
poll: Public Support Grows for Legal Status for Undocumented Immigrants
A Pew research poll shows broad public support for legal pathways to citizenship for undocumented immigrants in the United States. Almost 72% of the public continue to... Learn More
Grantee Op-Ed: ISIS’s Victory in Ramadi Reveals that Containment is the Best the U.S. Can Do for Now
The fog of war lies thick over the battlefields of Iraq and Syria. Deliberate enemy deception, willful self-deception, and the complexity of large-scale combat ensure... Learn More
Grant: Carnegie Corporation of New York Awards $750,000 in Support of American Diplomacy
United States Diplomacy Center to Foster Understanding through Education Learn More
Carnegie Corporation Trustee Louise Richardson to become Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford
We at Carnegie Corporation of New York congratulate Professor Louise Richardson, an esteemed member of our Board of Trustees, on being named the next Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford, the oldest university in the English-speaking world.
Hillary S. Wiesner Named Program Director for Transnational Movements and the Arab Region
Hillary S. Wiesner will join Carnegie Corporation of New York as Program Director for Transnational Movements and the Arab Region effective July 1, 2015.
Jago Pakistan / Wake Up, Pakistan
Time is running out for the critical reforms needed in Pakistan to avoid disaster and move ahead. So say some of the world’s foremost foreign policy experts—American, Pakistani, and international—who spent two years working on this powerful new report, supported by Carnegie Corporation of New York.