Publications

How Europe and the United States Can Boost Cooperation and Manage Competition in Asia

Dec 12, 2014
In the early 2000s, the European Union (EU) began its own rebalance or pivot toward Asia. The European pivot often competes with the United States in focusing on economic, monetary, technological, and defense-related issues such as arms sales. But the EU and its member states harmonize with U.S. goals in boosting diplomacy, supporting multilateral security fora and regional integration initiatives, and deploying soft power. The EU and the United States should improve their dialogue on Asia to better understand their own interests and priorities, identify areas for cooperation, and manage competition. more

Poland’s War on Radio Free Europe, 1950–1989 by Paweł Machcewicz

Poland's War on Radio Free Europe, 1950–1989

Dec 12, 2014
Poland’s War on Radio Free Europe explores the Polish government’s efforts to block, disrupt, subvert, and otherwise control the unwelcome messages of the “foreign propaganda” being broadcast by the enemies of People’s Poland. more

The Brazilian Congress at the Frontier of Innovation

Dec 12, 2014
A report on the three Brazilian Congressional Study Missions on Innovation to the United States and the United Kingdom. more

Towards a New Tax Reform in Colombia

Dec 12, 2014
To explore policy options from the perspective of leading government, private sector, political, and civil society leaders, the Latin American Program partnered with Bogotá’s leading economic think tank, Fedesarrollo, to sponsor a public forum in Colombia on fiscal issues. more

Dancing towards Revolution in Kyiv

Dec 11, 2014
Blair A. Ruble, Vice President for Programs at the Wilson Center, examines the link between ballet and social, political change in Ukraine. more

The Soviet-Vietnamese Intelligence Relationship during the Vietnam War

Dec 10, 2014
In CWIHP Working Paper No. 73, "The Soviet-Vietnamese Intelligence Relationship during the Vietnam War: Cooperation and Conflict," Merle Pribbenow explores the role played by Soviet Union’s intelligence agencies, namely the KGB and the GRU, in the Vietnam War. more

Kennan Cable No.3: Dancing towards Revolution in Kyiv

Dec 10, 2014
Blair A. Ruble, Vice President for Programs at the Wilson Center, examines the link between ballet and social, political change in Ukraine. more

Canadian Hydropower Could Lower U.S. Carbon Emissions

Dec 10, 2014
Canada generates a majority of its electricity from hydropower and is a global leader in hydroelectricity production. As a result, Canada is positioned to provide a secure and renewable source of electricity in response to increasing domestic demand for clean energy in the United States. more

Arctic Borders Still Aren't Settled

Dec 10, 2014
Even with the world's longest peaceful border and advanced mapping capabilities, Canada and the United States disagree about where their Arctic border begins and ends, specifically in the Beaufort Sea. more

Kennan Cable No.2: The 2014 Ruble Devaluation: A Perfect Storm

Dec 03, 2014
Sergey Aleksashenko, Private Solutions LLC, delves into the underlying reasons for the dramatic devaluation of the Russian ruble in 2014. more

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Dialogue

The Future of Higher Education

Mar 26, 2014Apr 02, 2014

Jeff Abernathy and Richard Morrill discuss how colleges and universities are dealing with rapidly rising costs and how the United States can still compete for students in a globalized environment.