Carnegie Corporation and Russia: Grantmaking Amidst Transformation

Carnegie Corporation and Russia: Grantmaking Amidst Transformation

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Since 1983, Carnegie Corporation of New York has invested approximately $120 million in projects aimed at focusing policy, public, scientific and scholarly attention on the imperatives and opportunities for taming reckless policies and cementing closer bonds. With the emergence of a new Russia and with leaderships in Washington and Moscow concentrating on new global threats, Carnegie Results reflects on the foundation's programmatic experience with the former Soviet Union. How did the Corporation's strategy for advancing mutual understanding, linkages and cooperation evolve to keep pace with the volatile landscape? What were key practical, indirect and unintended achievements of its grants?
Citation: Stulber, Adam. Carnegie Corporation and Russia: Grantmaking Amidst Transformation (Carnegie Corporation of New York, 2005)
Program: International Peace and Security