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International Peace
and Security

The Fog of (Cyber) War—Part 2 of 2

Earlier this summer, Carl Robichaud, Carnegie Corporation of New York’s program officer in International Peace and Security, and Scott Malcomson, Carnegie visiting media fellow, organized an online discussion of new technologies and nuclear security with security policy experts Ivanka Barzashka, Austin Long, Daryl Press, and James Acton. This is the second part of the 2-part discussion.

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A [Cold] War by Any Other Name

A [Cold] War by Any Other Name

The Corporation's Eugene Scherbakov reviews the latest book on U.S.-Russia relations by Robert Legvold.  Read the review and watch video of Levgold discussing Return to Cold War.

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The Greatest Threat: Nuclear Terrorism in an Age Of Vulnerability

The Greatest Threat: Nuclear Terrorism in an Age Of Vulnerability

As world leaders gather for the fourth and final Nuclear Security Summit in Washington, D.C., this feature examines the threat of nuclear terrorism and what can be done to prevent a nuclear catastrophe.

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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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A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Protecting NYC

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Protecting NYC

Thanks to the Wilson Center’s Foreign Policy Fellowship Program, a group of congressional staffers came to New York to meet directly with various security agencies and get a rare behind-the-scenes look at how they keep the city safe.

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