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Law and Order: Recentralization and Life in Russia Today

Michael Moran, Visiting Media Fellow for Peace and Security at the Carnegie Corporation of New York, speaks with Brian Taylor, professor of political science at the Maxwell school at Syracuse University, and Alexandra Vacroux, Executive Director at the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University, about life inside Russia today.

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Russia Matters

Russia Matters

Russia featured heavily in the recent U.S. presidential election. Get up to speed on Russia Matters, published by the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center with support from Carnegie Corporation of New York.

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Partnership On Peacebuilding


Carnegie Corporation of New York and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs look back on support for Northern and Southern peacebuilding academic and policy research.

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The Scoville Effect: Thirty years of launching careers in international peace and security

The Scoville Effect: Thirty years of launching careers in international peace and security

With the next generation of experts in international peace and security on the horizon, the Scoville Fellowship looks to tap into their potential.

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Call for Proposals: New Technologies and Nuclear Risk

Call for Proposals: New Technologies and Nuclear Risk

Carnegie Corporation of New York seeks research projects that combine technical and policy expertise to examine a particular emerging technology, or combination of technologies, that pose a threat to nuclear stability.

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