Russia and Eurasia
- Jul 27, 2015
Ambassador William H. Courtney
President, U.S.-Kazakhstan Business Association; Former U.S. Ambassador to Kazakhstan
Cecilia Leahy Klein
Senior Director for WTO Accessions, Office of the United States Trade Representative
- Jul 27, 2015
Director, Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Initiative, Brookings Institution
Specialist in Nuclear Weapons Policy, Congressional Research Service
Senior Associate, Russia and Eurasia Program, CSIS
- Jul 22, 2015
Moscow-based Foreign Correspondent
- Jul 15, 2015
The Center for Strategic and International Studies cordially invites you to join us for a discussion on "The Russian Challenge:" Europe's Future Policy Course Towards Russia Considered
The Hon. Niels Annen
Member of the German Bundestag;
Foreign Affairs Spokesman, SPD Parliamentary Group
- Jul 14, 2015
The Center for Strategic and International Studies cordially invites you to a Statesmen's Forum featuring
H.E. Daniel Mitov
Foreign Minister of the Republic of Bulgaria
- Jun 17, 2015
Mr. Valentyn Nalyvaichenko has had to postpone his visit to Washington. However, we are pleased to announce that Mr. Andriy Taranov, Ukrainian President Poroshenko’s deputy head of administration, will share Mr. Nalyvaichenko’s presentation and offer his reflections on the ongoing conflict in Ukraine and its implications for the future of Ukraine’s defense and security.
- May 27, 2015
Please join us for a Statesmen’s Forum featuring NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg as he considers the challenges facing the Transatlantic Alliance and the ways in which NATO must adapt. What are the challenges posed by a more assertive Russia? Are its aggressive actions in Ukraine part of a larger pattern?
- May 19, 2015
Please join us for a Statesmen’s Forum featuring Polish Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, Tomasz Siemoniak, for a discussion on the deterioration of Europe’s security environment in the Baltic Sea region and Poland, as well as NATO’s response to this changed environment.
- May 18, 2015
Russian aggression in 2014 caught U.S. policy and strategy off guard, forcing reactive measures and reevaluation of U.S. policies towards Russia. Russia used nonlinear approaches and operated just beneath traditional thresholds of conflict to take full advantage of U.S. and NATO policy limitations. In light of this strategic problem, members of the Carlisle Scholars Program at the U.S.