Public Affairs

Public Affairs

SUBSCRIBE TO PUBLIC AFFAIRS

Carnegie Council's popular Public Affairs program consists of more than 50 events per year. Speakers are prominent people in the world of international affairs, from acclaimed authors, to Nobel laureates, to high-ranking UN officials.

Audiences typically consist of diplomats, educators, students, journalists, NGO representatives, members of the business community, and concerned citizens. Both speaker and audience benefit from the well-informed question-and-answer session following the presentation.

  • Events take place at the Carnegie Council headquarters on East 64th Street in Manhattan, New York City.
  • The season of programs runs from September to June.
  • For information on a year's subscription, click here. Individual events cost $25.00.
  • Registration is required for all events. See calendar for listing of all programs.
  • For more information, please contact Joanne Myers, director of Public Affairs Programs at jmyers@cceia.org
  • Edited transcripts and audios of many of these events are available online, along with select videos.
  • These programs are occasionally broadcast on C-SPAN.

Testimonials:

"What I get most from presenting at these Carnegie breakfasts is the questions, the challenges, the new points, the things I or my co-authors have missed."
—Paul Kennedy, Yale University historian

"I welcome this opportunity to meet people who come to the Carnegie Council because they enjoy thinking about issues, grappling with things that matter..."
—Shashi Tharoor, author and former UN official

"I urge all of you in the audience to continue to support the Carnegie Council. You can't imagine the force, the moral power, of private organizations like this, especially now that the United States is formulating a whole new foreign policy."
—The late Father Robert Drinan, author, Congressman, and law professor

Search Our Site

People  |  Advanced Search

Join our Mailing Lists
SOCIAL MEDIA
Online Magazine

Online Magazine

Social Network

Social Network

The Journal

The Journal