Carnegie Endowment for International Peace


Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Type NGO
Year founded 1910
Headquarters Washington, DC United States of America United States of America
Budget USD >100M
Functions Research
Funding sources Endowments, Foundations or grants
Tags governance international affairs defense and security
Summary The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a unique global network of policy research centers in Russia, China, Europe, the Middle East, India, and the United States. Our mission, dating back more than a century, is to advance the cause of peace through analysis and development of fresh policy ideas and direct engagement and collaboration with decisionmakers in government, business, and civil society. Working together, our centers bring the inestimable benefit of multiple national viewpoints to bilateral, regional, and global issues.


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How Social Media Platforms’ Community Standards Address Influence Operations

CEIP · 1 April 2021 English

Social media and messaging platforms are de facto regulators of online speech and therefore key decisionmakers in combating online influence operations. In recent years, major platforms have begun maintaining public …

Along the Kuwaiti-Saudi Border, Stability Is Built on Flexibility

CEIP · 31 March 2021 English

Over time, the Kuwait-Saudi border has developed a unique, flexible approach of firm physical boundaries but open economic boundaries. This approach allows both countries to resolve border disputes, such as …

Is Democratic Opposition to China’s Repression in Xinjiang Getting Stronger?

CEIP · 31 March 2021 English

A coalition of democracies is sanctioning China for its treatment of Uyghurs. Does this herald a new joint strategy among democracies for addressing China’s human rights violations in Xinjiang?

The Making of the Kurdish Frontier: Power, Conflict, and Governance in the …

CEIP · 30 March 2021 English

The Iraqi-Syrian border continues to be geopolitically restless. Kurdish parties have taken advantage of central government weaknesses to increase their autonomy in these areas.

Rivals or Partners? The EU-UK Foreign Policy Relationship After Brexit

CEIP · 30 March 2021 English

EU-UK cooperation on foreign policy will be hampered by the emotional and political fallout from a difficult divorce and boosted by a renewed transatlantic relationship. In the longer term, external …

Community Perspectives on Diversity in the Countering Influence Operations Field

CEIP · 30 March 2021 English

Increasing diversity in the field of countering influence operations is essential to the field’s future. Members of the counter–influence operations community discuss the barriers to greater diversity and recommendations for …

Russia in the Arctic—A Critical Examination

CEIP · 29 March 2021 English

Russia has big Arctic plans, but how they will be realized is uncertain. For the United States this will likely mean the return to a Cold War–like environment rather than …

Trump-Era Policies Toward Chinese STEM Talent: A Need for Better Balance

CEIP · 25 March 2021 English

Immigration is critical to U.S. science success. But policies instituted under Donald Trump threaten STEM talent flows from China. The Biden administration should quickly revisit these changes.

Europe’s Tightrope Diplomacy on China

CEIP · 24 March 2021 English

The EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment was born in a complex political environment but now has renewed potential to warm economic relationships between the two powers. As U.S.-China tensions rise, …

Algeria’s Achilles’ Heel? Resource Regionalism in Ouargla

CEIP · 24 March 2021 English

Ouargla Province, in central Algeria, is a resource-rich but infrastructure-poor province. As protests there ramp up, Algiers may find itself squeezed on solutions.

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