Archive: Throwback Thursday: Back in the USSR
In 1948 Carnegie Corporation provided seed money to establish the Russian Research Center at Harvard University. Its aim was to foster multidisciplinary study and... Learn More
Report: Does America Matter Anymore?
Global Flashpoints 2015: Crisis and Opportunity Hot off the press: a new report from Carnegie Corporation grantee the Center for Strategic and International Studies... Learn More
Primer: Have questions about executive action?
Have questions about executive action? A new primer on the “immigration accountability executive action” from the American Immigration Council puts the issues in... Learn More
Report: Narcotrafficking in Afghanistan: What’s next?
A new report from the EastWest Institute warns that Afghanistan faces an uncertain political and security environment. The drawdown of ISAF troops at the end of 2014 has... Learn More
Prepping Undergrads to Play a Global Role
Carnegie Corporation of New York is proud to support the Institute for Global Leadership at Tufts University and its work readying the next generation of foreign policy leaders. Learn More
FIVE QUESTIONS FOR LAVERNE EVANS SRINIVASAN
LaVerne Evans Srinivasan, the new Vice President of Education Programs at Carnegie Corporation of New York, speaks with Deanna Lee, the Corporation's Chief Communications and Digital Strategies Officer, about finding inspiration and innovation. Learn More
From The Desk Of...
Carl Robichaud: New Ideas for a Nuke-Free World
January 22, 2015– Five Questions for Carl Robichaud, Program Officer, International Peace and Security.
Nuclear risks have risen even as awareness of them has fallen, says Robichaud. The nuclear...
The National Security Archive: Putting Freedom of Information into Action
For more than 25 years, the National Security Archive has been working for more open government at home and abroad. This independent nonprofit covers the waterfront: investigative journalism;... Download | Read more