Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
(1910; Washington; ~210 staff; carnegieendowment.org)
A network of policy research centers in Russia, China, Europe, the Middle East, India, and the United States seeking to advance peace through analysis and development of policy ideas and direct engagement and collaboration with decision makers in government, business, and civil society. Brings multiple national viewpoints to bilateral, regional, and global issues. 10 programs, such as Technology and International Affairs, Democracy, Conflict and Governance, and Geoeconomics and Strategy.
19 current research specializations, e.g.:
- Managing the U.S.-Russia Standoff
- Reshaping European Democracy
- Sources of Sectarianism in the Middle East
Representative recent publications:
- Democracies Divided: The Global Challenge of Political Polarization
- Refocus the European Union: Planet, Lifetime, Technology
- Europe and America: The End of the Transatlantic Relationship
- Civic Activism Unleashed: New Hope or False Dawn for Democracy?
Budget: ~$37M (2018)
Leadership: William Burns (President, former US deputy secretary of state)