- Selective Engagement: A Bipartisan U.S. Foreign Policy Approach?
Foreign Policy Research Institute | 01/24/2019
Senior Fellow Nikolas Gvosdev writes that we could be seening the beginnings of a bipartisan approach to U.S. foreign policy in the form of "selective engagement."
- US-North Korea Talks Are Moving Decisively to the Diplomatic Phase
The Nation | 01/23/2019
Senior Fellow Devin Stewart is quoted in this "Nation" article about the U.S.-North Korea talks and perceptions among pundits and Democrats about the nature of the negotiations.
- 3 Steps to a Successful Second Trump-Kim Summit
The National Interest | Devin T. Stewart | 01/22/2019
Senior Fellow Devin Stewart is quoted in this "National Interest" article about the U.S.-North Korea negotiations and strategies that Trump and Kim should follow for the best results.
- Trump's reported desire to leave NATO is a belated Christmas present for Putin
NBC News | Jeffrey D. McCausland | 01/17/2019
Senior Fellow Jeff McCausland writes for NBC News that Trump's reported idea to leave NATO would accomplish one of Putin's main goals.
- Is the Philippines' Populist Leader Embracing the Climate Change Agenda?
The Diplomat | Milan Chen | 12/27/2018
Pacific Delegate Milan Chen writes in "The Diplomat" about the prospects for Philippines President Duterte working toward climate change solutions.
- Devin Stewart: My North Korea Prediction for 2019
The National Interest | Devin T. Stewart | 12/23/2018
After decades of failed U.S. policy, however, it’s worth trying something new in regards to North Korea policy, writes Senior Fellow Devin Stewart in "The National Interest."
- Inter-Korea peace process poses challenges for ASEAN
UPI | Devin T. Stewart | 12/20/2018
Senior Fellow Devin Stewart is quoted in a UPI article about the challenges facing the Korean Peninsula process in Southeast Asia.
- Obama, Blair und Trudeau – Die gefallenen Hoffnungsträger
Hannoversche Allgemeine | Devin T. Stewart | 12/18/2018
Senior Fellow Devin Stewart is quoted in German newspaper "Hannoversche Allgemeine" about issues facing liberal world leaders during an era of rising populism.
- It's Time for the U.S. and Chinese Militaries to Cooperate on HADR
Diplomatic Courier | Austin McKinney | December 5, 2018
Relations between the U.S. and China are at their lowest point in decades. Joint Humanitarian and Disaster Response (HADR) would provide an effective mechanism to improve military-to-military engagement between the U.S. and China. The Philippines offers an attractive partner for the U.S. and China to build and operate under a joint-HADR framework for military cooperation, writes Pacific Delegate Austin McKinney in "Diplomatic Courier."
- What the New York Times Got Wrong About North Korea
The National Interest | Devin T. Stewart | 11/19/2018
Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Devin Stewart writes for "The National Interest" about problems that he sees in a "New York Times" report on North Korea's nuclear program.
- Machine-Learning, Climate Change, and Disaster Management in the Philippines
The Diplomat | Chetan Peddada | 11/18/2018
Carnegie Council Pacific Delegate Chetan Peddada writes for "The Diplomat" about the Asia Dialgoues trip to the Philippines, led by Senior Fellow Devin Stewart, to research climate change.
- Die Wahnsinnsmethode
Internationale Politik und Gesellschaft | 11/16/2018
German policy journal "Internationale Politik und Gesellschaft" translated Senior Fellow Devin Stewart's October 2018 War on the Rocks commentary on Donald Trump's sense of humor and foreign policy record.