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Russian Military Action in Syria

Oct 08, 2015
Now that Russian military action in Syria is underway, we asked Kennan Institute Director, Matt Rojansky, to help us understand what they intend to achieve. Can Russia help bring an end to the ongoing conflict, or will the situation escalate due to Russian intervention?

Georgia: Between East and West

Oct 08, 2015
While many of its neighbors have struggled, Georgia’s democracy continues to develop and its role regionally and internationally continues to grow as well. A geographical gateway between East and West, the nation sits in the center of a dynamic and rapidly changing region. Georgia President Giorgi Margvelashvili visited the Wilson Center to discuss a host of important issues with the Center’s Director, former Congresswoman Jane Harman. Their discussion and the President’s remarks provide the focus for this edition of REWIND.

Lessons Learned from China's ETA Pilot Programs, says CEF Director Jennifer Turner in Xinhua News

Oct 08, 2015
China's march toward a low-carbon economy and establishing a global energy network will bring more opportunities than risks. The commitment of a nation-wide carbon market will make China's intentions clear to businesses and investor about its shift to a low-carbon economy.

An Eye for Blogging

Oct 07, 2015
Elizabeth Tyson of the Wilson Center’s Commons Lab is the official blogger for the 2015 Eye on Earth Summit in Abu Dhabi, a meeting that brings together world leaders and policymakers to find ways to use increasingly available environmental and societal information to better support sustainable development.

What does agreement on the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) mean?

Oct 07, 2015
The 11 other parties to TPP are watching the U.S. Congress closely. Will it accept this agreement impacting countries that account for 40% of global GDP and 26% of world trade, or will it withdraw into domestic partisan fights and ignore the global impact?