- ReportJun 15, 2011
The following conversation derives from an online chat between Global Forecast editors and four CSIS scholars on the rise of China, India, Brazil, and Turkey.
The recent global financial crisis has been a huge headache for the West. Three years later, do China, India, Brazil, and Turkey look back at it as the beginning of an opportunity?
- ReportBy Heather A. Conley, Tim AdamsJun 14, 2011
Imagine if the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan only consisted of 11 contributing nations as opposed to the 48 that contribute today. Imagine if ISAF had only 90,000 American soldiers at its disposal rather than the 132,000 troops and 37 European countries currently engaged.
- ReportBy Janusz BugajskiJun 7, 2011
Serbia and Kosova: Talks Need Political Targets
- NewsletterBy Bulent Aliriza, Deni KoenhemsiJun 2, 2011
Turkish voters go to the ballot boxes on June 12, 2011 to decide if the governing Justice and Development Party (JDP), which has been in office for just over eight and a half years, will win its third successive general electoral victory.
- ReportMay 4, 2011
In the fall of 2010, the CSIS Global Health Policy Center hosted three seminars featuring experts on regional politics, global health policy, and diplomacy to facilitate discussion, information exchange, and analysis regarding the linkages between health and foreign policy in key countries.
- ReportBy Heather A. Conley, Guy Ben-Ari, David J. Berteau, Stephen Flanagan, Joachim Hofbauer, T.J. Cipoletti, Roy Levy, and Alessandro SchefflerMay 3, 2011
Over the past five decades, the United States, its NATO allies, and other European Union countries have been partners in maintaining transatlantic security and leading contributors to international stability and economic development.
- Critical QuestionsBy Heather A. Conley, Lucy MooreMar 24, 2011
Despite the fanfare at the time of its unveiling in 1999, the euro was a flawed monetary project of inharmonious fiscal policies and dissimilar economies void of fiscal unity. At the time, the euro’s systemic flaws were masked by German creditworthiness and exploited by profligate periphery states.
- CommentaryBy Stephen FlanaganMar 24, 2011
The members of the broad international coalition implementing the no-fly zone over Libya and military actions to protect civilians from attacks by the Muammar el-Qaddafi regime have differing interests, political sensitivities, and goals. Sustaining the coalition will require a difficult balancing act.
- Critical QuestionsMar 7, 2011
Fallout from the continued violence and unrest in Libya—only 180 miles away from Italy’s Lampedusa Island—is now washing onto European shores. Muammar Qaddafi’s murderous crackdown has cast a bright light on Europe’s complex political and economic relationship with Libya, most notably Italy’s.
- ReportBy Janusz Bugajski, Margarita Assenova and Richard WeitzJan 26, 2011
This report provides an end-of-year assessment of the 2010 Kazakh chairmanship of the 56-nation Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). The CSIS-IND Task Force has provided extensive analysis and comprehensive recommendations to the Kazakh government in order to assist it in providing effective leadership of the OSCE.