U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders discusses the rise of authoritarianism and emerging threats to democracy in the United States and around the world, and the implications for U.S. domestic and foreign policy.
Since the height of the Arab protests in 2011, not only has the optimism of the moment faded, but post-revolutionary Arab states have proceeded along diverse paths. This has brought—in varying forms—chaos, unpredictability, stagnation, and perhaps progress. Sada presents a new eBook that explores the region’s deep political changes since the Arab uprisings. Download it here for free: http://ceip.org/1YpkroJ Link
As part of our series looking at what a Trump presidency might mean for different parts of the world, Carnegie Senior Vice President for Studies Thomas Carothers and Senior Fellow Rachel Kleinfeld discuss how the election of Donald Trump might affect global populist movements: http://ceip.org/2glUIP7 Link
Out now—Guiding Principles for a Sustainable U.S. Policy toward Russia, Ukraine, and Eurasia.… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
Governments worldwide are now intensely trying to assess what a Trump presidency will mean for their relations with the United States and for international order more generally. In turn, Thomas Carothers asked a group of Carnegie’s experts to examine how these governments are digesting the news of Trump’s victory, their views and concerns related to Trump’s foreign policy, and the potential implications for their countries: http://ceip.org/2ePMEVQ Link