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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace


The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace was established in 1910 in Washington, D.C., with a gift from Andrew Carnegie. As a tax-exempt operating (not grant-making) foundation, the Endowment conducts programs of research, discussion, publication, and education in international affairs and U.S. foreign policy.

Carnegie’s senior associates—whose backgrounds include government, journalism, law, academia, and public affairs—bring to their work substantial first-hand experience in foreign policy. Through writing, public and media appearances, study groups, and conferences, Carnegie associates seek to invigorate and extend both expert and public discussion on a wide range of international issues. These include worldwide migration, nuclear nonproliferation, regional conflicts, multilateralism, democracy building, and the use of force. The Endowment also engages in and encourages projects designed to foster innovative contributions in international affairs.

Additional Materials from Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Policy Briefs | Videos | Working Papers | Journals: Foreign Policy


Title: Competing Definitions of the Rule of Law: Implications for Practitioners
Authors: Rachel Kleinfeld Belton
Date: January 2005

Title: Critical Mission: Essays on Democracy Promotion
Authors: Thomas Carothers
Date: July 2004

Title: Putin's Russia
Authors: Lilia Shevtsova
Date: April 2003

Title: Open Networks, Closed Regimes: The Impact of the Internet on Authoritarian Rule
Authors: Taylor Boas, Shanthi Kalathil
Date: January 2003

Title: Democracy Challenged: The Rise of Semi-Authoritarianism
Authors: Marina S Ottaway
Date: January 2003

Title: Kazakhstan: Unfulfilled Promise
Authors: Martha Brill Olcott
Date: August 2002

Title: Citizenship Today: Global Perspectives and Practices
Authors: T. Alexander Aleinikoff, Rainer Baubock, Linda Bosniak, Francis Deng, Adrian Favell, Richard T. Ford, Vicki C. Jackson, Paul Johnston, Christian Joppke, Douglas Klusmeyer, Karen Knop, Micheline Labelle, Jessica T. Mathews, Daniel Salee, Patrick Weil
Date: April 2001