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Petrol Politics: Russia's Quest for Economic Equilibrium

Visiting Media Fellow Michael Moran speaks with Sergey Aleksashenko, Former deputy chairman of the Central Bank of Russia and former chairman of Merrill Lynch Russia and Clifford Gaddy, Senior Fellow, Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution and author, “Mr. Putin: Operative in the Kremlin” about Russia's economic challenges and its dependence on oil.

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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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African Politics, African Peace 

If Africa aspires to achieve its ambitious goal of ‘silencing the guns’, it must deepen and strengthen the African Union’s politics of peace in all its normative, ownership, and security dimensions.

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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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Nuclear Terrorism: A Call for Ideas

Nuclear Terrorism: A Call for Ideas

Carnegie Corporation of New York and the MacArthur Foundation invite proposals for analytical work on reducing the risks posted by nuclear materials. We seek projects that will generate fresh thinking and new approaches that can be taken up by government and industry.

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