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The relief and enthusiasm at the change in U.S. administration is palpable across Europe. Now the work to repair the transatlantic relationship can begin. @RosaBalfour and 11 experts examine how the U.S. and EU can rebuild and rethink their partnership:
Join us as we launch Part 2 of our work on Indian Americans-- this time we look at how Indian Americans view India: - How do IAs assess Indian politics? - How do IAs stay connected to the "motherland"? - How do IAs envision US-India relations? RSVP:……
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The Biden administration will seek a five-year extension of the New START treaty, and Russia seems ready to agree. What would an extension mean? And if it succeeds, what comes next? @meganmdubois, @GauravDKalwani, and @pranayrvaddi answer:
10 years after the “Arab Spring,” many are wondering if the Middle East hasn't simply come full circle. In @POLITICOEurope, @hahellyer explains how the region’s future is inextricably linked to Europe, its colonial history, and its foreign policy today.
Protesters in Russia were not necessarily motivated by their support for opposition leader Alexei Navalny, but by their outrage at what the Russian state did to him. @baunov analyzes the protests and how the Kremlin’s attacks on Navalny backfired:
The roots of the failure of the Middle East’s democratic uprisings lie across the Mediterranean. @hahellyer writes for @politico.…
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The Kremlin finds itself in a completely new media situation. Millions of Russians watched the live transmission of Saturday’s protests online. Ordinary people can now observe the authorities’ actions in real time, writes @AndrKolesnikov
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As @JoeBiden starts talking with US allies, @Carnegie_Europe with @CarnegieEndow scholars teamed up to take a hard look at what the EU can propose to the US to restart the relationship… 1/6
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Patricia M. Kim: The challenge for the Biden administration will be to demonstrate to US allies & partners that their cooperation will be sought for critical efforts that serve vital common interests and not just to score points in a US-China tit-for-tat.…
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📽️ | What can the EU and the United States hope to achieve together in the next four years? Join Pierre Vimont, Cathryn Ashbrook, and@RosaBalfourr for a timely discussion on transatlantic relations—kindly supported by@US2EUU. Live tomorrow at 4 pm CET �
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🔔 Happening Now— Engaging China on Nuclear Arms Control A conversation with@james_acton322,@nobu_akiyamaa,@zhaot20055,@Fiona_Cunningg and@warstudiess' Nicola Leveringhaus. Watch
The time has come for America and Europe to repair the transatlantic relationship. From China and the Balkans to climate change and technology, this new essay collection analyzes the areas where EU-U.S. cooperation will be crucial. By @RosaBalfour, ed. �
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What steps can the Biden administration take to resolve the growing nuclear standoff with China and prevent an arms race? Tune in at 9:30 AM EST as @james_acton32, @nobu_akiyama, @zhaot2005, @Fiona_Cunning and @warstudies' Nicola Leveringhaus discuss:
Engaging China on nuclear arms control will be one of the greatest challenges for the Biden administration's security policy. @pranayrvaddi, @macdonald_td, & @james_acton32 explain how the U.S. can lay the groundwork for an agreement with China as its nuclear arsenal grows:
As the competition between the U.S. and China heats up in the Indian Ocean, how can India pro-actively try to shape the future of the region in its favor? @VGokhale59 breaks down the geopolitics of the Indian Ocean in @lawpolicyreview:
COVID-19 inspired innovations in voting and collective action, leading to record voter turnout in the 2020 elections and new forms of civic activism. As the pandemic recedes, will these positive trends continue? @AshleyQuarcoo in @ThinkGlobalHlth:
In the last 10 years, Tunisia has become a “real democracy” with fair elections, a free media, and a new constitution. @yusraghkh explains that what the country needs now is for the government to provide solutions to the daily problems facing the Tunisian people.
TOMORROW: @james_acton32 @nobu_akiyama @zhaot2005 @Fiona_Cunning and @warstudies' Nicola Leveringhaus discuss new opportunities for arms control engagement with China. Join us from 9:30 - 10:30 AM EST. Watch here:…
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Could increase of citizen involvement in political and social action in the U.S. during the era of COVID-19 be a silver lining that shows strengthening U.S. democracy? @CarnegieEndow expert @AshleyQuarcoo with @CFR_org in their @ThinkGlobalHlth series 👇…u
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Join us for a timely conversation with Swedish foreign minister @AnnLinde to discuss Sweden's priorities for its chairpersonship of the @OSCE moderated by @CarnegieEndow's @andrewsweiss. 👉 Thursday 1/28, 9am EST…F@SwedeninUSAA@SwedeninATOSCEE@SweMFAA
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In “Proportionate Deterrence: A Model Nuclear Posture Review,” @pranayrvaddi and I offer analyses and recs for a saner more just nuclear policy and posture centered on proportionality.…
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Norms governing cyberspace are key to ensuring international peace, stability, and responsible state behavior. Learn more about how cyber norms have evolved over the years with the new @CarnegieCyber Cyber Norms Index. Explore here:…
Biden hopes to extend the New START nuclear treaty with Russia for another five years, just days before it expires. @pranayrvaddi explains why the treaty's extension is important and what may lie ahead for U.S. nuclear policy with Biden at the helm.
The protests that took place across Russia on Saturday were all united by the same cause: opposition to the ruling regime, and support for the jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. @baunov explains why these protests are different and significant:
TREAD(short)preliminary conclusions: both sides are ready for the Belorussian scenario;this is not a protest of "children",even youth, the average age in Moscow is around 30 yo;the geography is expanded; Navalny is partially protected from "accidentally"being killed in prison 1/3
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🇺🇸 | Decoding the Biden Administration: Opportunities for the EU#Bidenen has brought new hope for transatlantic relations. What can the EU hope to gain from the next four years? Join an event this week with Pierre Vimont, Cathryn Ashbrook, &
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THREAD 1/7 Saturday’s protests were also noticeable for the lack of humorous slogans and placards in comparison with previous Russian protests . The protesters were very serious, even gloomy. From my current piece…
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One of the most significant actions that President Joe Biden took on his first day in office was his recommitment to the Paris climate agreement. @OliviaLazard explains the significance of Biden’s executive order and what to expect from his administration on climate:
As a result of the country-wide demonstrations against Ben Ali’s regime, Tunisia succeeded in establishing a new government and constitution. Samira Chikhaoui reflects on what the demonstrations of the revolution were like, and the hope she has for Tunisia’s future:
American perceptions of China have plummeted in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, accelerating the steady decline of China’s image. But what does the decline in U.S. sentiments toward China mean for U.S.-Japan relations? Patricia M. Kim explains:
After dominating German politics and shaping Europe for over 15 years, Chancellor Angela Merkel is set to leave office in 2021. @Judy_Dempsey explains how the crises she managed will shape her legacy, and what Armin Laschet's election to CDU party leader means for Germany.
(1/5) Last month, @CarnegieCyber co-hosted a conference on cybersecurity and financial inclusion with the @imf, @WEFCybersec, + @wbg_gov —the first high-level event of its kind, bringing together the development, cybersecurity, and regulatory communities:…
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As the rules of the road for cyberspace keep evolving, how can one keep up? The Cyber Norms Index from @CarnegieCyber is a one-stop resource for those interested in the development of norms of responsible state behavior in cyberspace. Learn more here:…
How should the US engage China in arms control? Here's an idea from @pranayrvaddi, @macdonald_td, and me. Do you agree? Disagree? Either way come tell us at our event on Tuesday! (Link in next tweet)
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The Kremlin’s attacks on Alexei Navalny have undercut one of its long-running political strategies: strengthening Putin’s standing by ensuring that the political landscape remains free of any meaningful political challengers. @baunov writes:
🇪🇺🇷🇺#EU #Russiassia Expert Network on Foreign Policy (EUREN) has published a report outlining 4 alternative futures for EU-Russia relations in 2030. EUREN coordina@SabFis3Fis3 describes them in this short video, part of a project supported@EUinRussiassHega
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The Arab Spring was driven by people on the ground who took risks, demonstrated in the streets, and organized for change. Ramzi Zaghdoudi recalls his experience of the violence during the Tunisian revolution, and how the goals of the revolution continue to shape the country.
1/10 Following news that President Biden will extend #NewSTART, his admin will likely begin a review of nuclear policy. @PerkovichG and I offer several principles to guide it in "Proportionate Deterrence: A Model Nuclear Posture Review." THREAD-…
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After Twitter and Facebook suspended Donald Trump’s accounts, there was a big uptick in downloads of alternative messaging apps. Is the tech giants’ deplatforming movement really taking the far-right’s megaphone away? @lageneralista explains:
The dramatic arrest of Russian opposition activist Alexei Navalny at a Moscow airport on Sunday is the latest in a series of self-inflicted wounds by the Kremlin. @baunov explains how the Kremlin has inadvertently helped raise Navalny’s profile:
In its recalibration of national security strategy, the Biden administration will assess and update U.S. nuclear policies. In a new report, @PerkovichG & @pranayrviddi analyze America’s nuclear posture and call for innovative approaches to arms control.
Yesterday, President Biden's team began to #BuildBackBetter, including on democracy at home & abroad. In @ForeignAffairs, ideas from Tom Carothers, Alex Pascal & me on POTUS's Democracy Summit. @CarnegieDCG @CarnegieEndow @DouglasLFarrar @RachelKleinfeld…
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Turkey has moved a long way from being an essential pillar of NATO, a reliable member of the Council of Europe, and a promising EU candidate. @MarcPierini1 & @fsiccardi explain why the U.S. and EU should adapt their approach to Turkey in 2021:
Our updated Cyber Norms Index is now live! The Index has been updated with cyber norms developments over the past three years and now includes an interactive timeline of activity since 2007. Visit the site here:…
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In September 2021, German Chancellor Angela Merkel will leave the center stage after holding office since 2005. But before she leaves, Merkel has to deal with some urgent matters. @Judy_Dempsey on how Merkel’s last months in office will shape her legacy:
Instead of blackballing #Navalny, the Kremlin has made him the world’s most famous political prisoner. Everything the state has done to counteract Navalny has only made him into a hero, starting with Putin’s superstitious refusal to speak his name.
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🇷🇺 | Is the EU Too Soft on Putin? The poisoning of Alexei Navalny and his detention in Moscow should spur the EU into finally adopting a tough and united strategy toward the Russia of Vladimi#Putinin.@Judy_Dempseyey asks, 11 experts answer.
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As far-right extremists search for their next online home, a deluge of political misinformation might be waning. But will social media companies’ recent actions take the far-right’s megaphone away? @lageneralista on whether deplatforming can really work:
As Joe Biden officially enters the White House, North Korea may accelerate plans to modernize its arsenal to build leverage in case of potential negotiations with his administration. @nktpnd explains what Biden should know about North Korea’s nukes:
Trump’s pro-Israel gestures mask a weakening of America’s credibility and reputation around the world, which hurts Israel too. @aarondmiller2 in @washingtonpost on why Trump was good for Netanyahu, but Biden will be better for Israel:
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