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Is it important to live in a democracy?

Charlotte Le

International School of London, Qatar

High School

Greek thought has triggered a fire which enabled us to create a colossal cauldron bubbling and crackling with our own thoughts of a system that has shed the blood of millions who have tried to protect or prevent it – democracy. 

Democracy is a notable form of governance since actions are dependent on collective choices of a country rather than a single…

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Political Leadership: Beyond Gender

To celebrate the record number of women elected into Congress, the 63rd session of the Commission on the Status of Women at the UN, and Women's History Month, Carnegie Council partnered with UN Women of New York for a panel with U.S. Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke, NYC Council Member Helen Rosenthal, and Assemblywoman Nily Rozic of New York's 25th District. Opening remarks from Mary Luke of UN Women of NY, moderated by Erin Vilardi of VoteRunLead.

Coherence and Comprehensiveness: An American Foreign Policy Imperative

As the United States now confronts the prospect of a multi-faceted and quite possibly generational competition with China—underscored not only by recent Trump Administration public statements but also by the clear emergence of bipartisan support for a firm posture against certain Chinese practices—it is essential that U.S. policymakers take steps to ensure our approach is as coherent and comprehensive as possible.

America in Decline?

A Pew Research report says that many Americans view the country as being in long-term decline. What implications does this have for U.S. foreign policy objectives?

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