- 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.
- China wants a new world order. At the U.N., NGOs secretly paid cash to promote Beijing’s vision.
Yahoo! | Zach Dorfman | 11/11/2018
In this Yahoo News article, Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Zach Dorfman, Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian, and Nick McKenzie report on the indictmnent of Hong Kong official Patrick Ho on foreign bribery and money laundering charges.
- The War That Never Ended
The New York Times | Ted Widmer | 11/10/2018
World War I officially concluded a century ago. But its aftershocks reverberate even today, writes Carnegie-Uehiro Fellow Ted Widmer in this "New York Times" opinion piece.
- The CIA's communications suffered a catastrophic compromise. It started in Iran.
Yahoo! | Zach Dorfman | 11/02/2018
In this Yahoo News article, Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Zach Dorfman and Jenna McClaughlin report on the CIA's 2013 covert communications system breakdown.
- Carnegie Focus on N.I.
Irish America | 11/01/2018
"Irish America" highlighted the International Seminar on Wellbeing in Northern Ireland, co-sponsored by Carnegie UK Trust and Carnegie Council, on October 8 in New York.
- I Asked 20 Successful Leaders What 'Ethics' Means To Them
Forbes | 10/16/2018
In honor of Global Ethics Day, which was created by Carnegie Council, Forbes' Bruce Weisntein asks business leaders what "ethics" means to them.
- Trump and the End of Smugness
War on the Rocks | Devin T. Stewart | 10/11/2018
In this "War on the Rocks" commentary, Senior Fellow Devin Stewart analyzes Trump's sense of humor and foreign policy record and the media's reaction.
- U.S., China trade war makes ASEAN nervous, Singapore official says
UPI | Devin T. Stewart | 09/27/2018
Senior Fellow Devin Stewart is quoted in this UPI article about the China-U.S. trade war and its possible effects on Singapore.
- Opinion: Pope Francis and the Catholic Church's moral bankruptcy
Deutche Welle | Alexander Görlach | 08/27/2018
Pope Francis' visit to Ireland was already dominated by an abuse scandal, but the latest blow to the pontiff might prove fatal. For German broadcaster Deutche Welle, Senior Fellow Alexander Görlach writes that in its present form, the Catholic Church has no future.