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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Washington, D.C.
www.carnegieendowment.org

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace was awarded $24,088,802 between 1988 and 2022, including 42 grants in Nuclear Challenges, Human Rights and MacArthur Award for Creative & Effective Institutions.

$335,000

2022 • 2 years • Nuclear Challenges

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (Carnegie) is a global network of policy research centers in the United States, Russia, China, Europe, the Middle East, and India. Its mission is to advance peace through analysis and development of fresh policy ideas and direct engagement and collaboration with decision makers in government, business, and civil society. This award supports two distinct but mutually reinforcing diplomatic initiatives: the U.S.-Iran Initiative and the U.S.-DPRK Initiative (Democratic People's Republic of Korea), which entail meetings, private roundtables, consultations, and events. These activities generate analysis and recommendations in support of improving relations between the United States and these countries.

$1,500,000

2021 • 2 years • Nuclear Challenges

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace delivers global, independent, and strategic insight and innovative ideas that advance international peace. Its Nuclear Policy Program (NPP) aims to reduce the risk of nuclear war—both its likelihood and its consequences—through analysis, the development of fresh policy ideas, and direct engagement and collaboration with decision makers in government, business, and civil society. This flexible award supports NPP's work as a leading organization in the field in delivering technically informed analysis, policy development, education, and targeted outreach to policymakers. The intended outcomes are to support NPP's financial stability and its crucial programming in nuclear affairs.

$375,000

2020 • 2 years 6 months • Nuclear Challenges

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (Carnegie) is a global network of policy research centers in Russia, China, Europe, the Middle East, India, and the United States. Its mission is to advance peace through analysis and development of fresh policy ideas and direct engagement and collaboration with decision makers in government, business, and civil society. This award supports two distinct but mutually reinforcing diplomatic initiatives: the U.S.-Iran Initiative and the U.S.-DPRK Initiative, which entail meetings, private roundtables, consultations, and events. These activities aim to generate analysis and recommendations in support of improving relations between the United States and these countries.

$505,000

2018 • 2 years 2 months • Nuclear Challenges

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a global network of policy research centers in Russia, China, Europe, the Middle East, India, and the United States, whose mission is to advance peace through analysis and development of fresh policy ideas and direct engagement and collaboration with decision-makers in government, business, and civil society. This award provides support for the Endowment's diplomatic initiatives. It involves a combination of policy dialogue (Track 1.5 and Track 2), research, and a series of public events and private roundtables, with the aim of generating analyses and recommendations in support of improving relations between the United States and other countries.

$1,110,000

2018 • 3 years 6 months • Nuclear Challenges

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a global network of policy research centers in Russia, China, Europe, the Middle East, India, and the United States, whose mission is to advance peace through analysis and development of fresh policy ideas and direct engagement and collaboration with decision-makers in government, business, and civil society. This award provides flexible support for a strand of work on the nuclear order. It includes addressing the tension between nuclear weapons possessors and their allies and non-possessors, which has culminated in the creation of the ban treaty. It also involves related analytic and coordination work to prepare a model 2021 Nuclear Posture Review for the next administration.

$48,714

2018 • 7 months • Nuclear Challenges

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a global network of policy research centers that aims to advance peace through the development of fresh policy ideas and direct engagement with decision makers in government, business, and civil society. With MacArthur support, Carnegie conducts research, holds briefings with officials in Executive and Legislative branches of government, members of private industry, and independent experts on Saudi Arabia's pending policy choices about the acquisition of nuclear power. The intended outcome of this award is to educate policy makers and increase the quality of policy discussions on this issue.

$375,000

2017 • 3 years • Nuclear Challenges

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a global network of policy research centers that aims to advance peace through the development of fresh policy ideas and direct engagement with decision makers in government, business, and civil society. With MacArthur support, Carnegie produces publications, hosts workshops, and leads an extensive outreach and dissemination effort that aims to resolve strategic dilemmas with a nuclear dimension in North East Asia. In particular, this project aims to raise awareness about the strategic ambiguities among key countries in the region, and to promote concrete ideas to mitigate the resulting nuclear risks they face. 

$585,000

2017 • 3 years 9 months • Nuclear Challenges

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a global network of policy research centers that aims to advance peace through analysis and development of fresh policy ideas, and direct engagement with decision-makers in government, business, and civil society. The purpose of this renewal award is to institutionalize several policy applications of Carnegie's nuclear firewall project – an analytic approach to help distinguish between activities and programs that are purely peaceful and those that merit definition as nuclear weapons-related. The award's intended outcome is to strengthen barriers to proliferation, enhance the responsible use of nuclear energy, and facilitate more practical discussions on disarmament, thus helping to close a significant gap in the nonproliferation regime.

$150,000

2016 • 1 year • Nuclear Challenges

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP) is a global network of policy research centers that aims to advance peace through analysis and development of fresh policy ideas, and direct engagement with decision makers in government, business, and civil society. This award investigates how additive manufacturing (AM)—more commonly known as 3D printing—could shape the future of nuclear proliferation. By reducing the detection footprint, operational cost, and skill requirements for uranium enrichment and plutonium reprocessing, AM could lower the barriers to producing undetected weapons-useable material and undermine nuclear governance. This project aims to lay the foundation for a new wave of policy-relevant scholarship on the implications of AM in the nuclear realm.

$150,000

2014 • 3 years • Human Rights

The proposed project will work with a newly formed network that includes India, Chile, Korea, Turkey, and South Africa to produce a body of analysis on the evolution of these rising democracies' foreign assistance programs to advance rights and democracy; continue and deepen its work on the pushback against democracy and rights support and suggest more effective responses by the West; examine concepts of non-Western democracy to help aid providers be sensitive to local political circumstances without forsaking universal principles and ideals; and advance U.S. and European democracy policy in ways that adapt to new complexities of the international context.

$400,000

2013 • 2 years 7 months

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing cooperation between nations and promoting active international engagement by the United States. Founded in 1910, its work is nonpartisan and dedicated to achieving practical results. This project aims to assess nuclear deterrence stability among China, India, and Pakistan, and implications for U.S. interests. It aims to inform decision making that minimizes the risk of escalatory behavior in East and South Asia. Funds will be used for partial staff salaries, travel, honoraria, consultants, and publications.

$225,000

2013 • 2 years 3 months

Founded in 1910, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing cooperation between nations and promoting active international engagement by the United States. Reprocessing produces weapons-usable separated plutonium, and ending it everywhere would significantly enhance global security. However, ending reprocessing in Japan presents a particular challenge. This project seeks to understand the very real confines imposed by Japan's domestic situation and to suggest constructive, politically feasible steps that would, over time, demonstrate the existence of a credible alternative to reprocessing.

$350,000

2013 • 3 years

This grant will support the journal Pro et Contra, the flagship periodical publication of the Carnegie Moscow Center. The journal, which has been financed by MacArthur since its founding in 1996, has developed into one of Russia's leading public policy journals, bringing a range of insight to a variety of important topics unparalleled by any other Russian-language publication. Originally tilted towards a mostly academic approach, Pro et Contra has evolved towards a platform for critical thinking on Russia's current challenges. MacArthur funds will support publishing costs and the Internet presence of the journal.

$430,000

2012 • 2 years 4 months

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing cooperation between nations and promoting active international engagement by the United States. The purpose of this grant is to support work on the implications of Conventional Prompt Global Strike--a US program to develop high-precision conventional munitions capable of hitting a target anywhere in the world within one hour--for nuclear deterrence and strategic stability. Funds will be used for partial staff salaries, workshops, and report publication. This grant aligns with the Foundation's strategy to address the strategic implications of deeper reductions in nuclear arsenals.

$2,500,000

2011 • 4 years • MacArthur Award for Creative & Effective Institutions

The Carnegie Moscow Center is the most influential independent think tank in Russia. The Center is staffed by leading Russian experts on their country's foreign and domestic politics. The MacArthur MACEI award will be used by the Center's parent organization, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, to seed a new endowment fund, explicitly dedicated to the Carnegie Moscow Center. Proceeds from the endowment will be used to support and strengthen CMC's programmatic activities, including seed funding to attract additional donors.

$600,000

2011 • 7 years 10 months

To support research and workshops promoting the safe and secure development of nuclear power (over three years).

$300,000

2011 • 1 year 10 months

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP) is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing cooperation between nations and promoting active international engagement by the United States. The Carnegie South Asia Program informs policy debates relating to the region's security, economy, and political development. Foundation funds support a series of policy briefs to be written by Carnegie experts, a China-India-United States trilateral dialogue and report, and a speaker series on Chinese and Indian security trends. 

$650,000

2010 • 1 year

In support of general operations (over one year).

$350,000

2010 • 3 years • Human Rights

To expand the Democracy and Rule of Law Program (over three years).

$300,000

2010 • 3 years

To support the policy journal, "Pro et Contra" (over three years).

$375,000

2007 • 3 years 7 months

In support of the journal Pro et Contra (over three years).

$350,000

2006 • 2 years

In support of a study of regional responses to Iran's nuclear production decision and options for minimizing the most dangerous consequences should Iran acquire nuclear weapons (over two years).

$5,000,000

2006 • 1 year • MacArthur Award for Creative & Effective Institutions

In support of a ten-year plan to implement a new, international vision for the Endowment with offices in Washington DC, Moscow, Beijing, and Beirut.

$200,000

2005 • 1 year

In support of the Non-Proliferation Project's activities to promote a new international nonproliferation strategy.

$600,000

2005 • 3 years

In support of the journal "Pro et Contra" (over three years).

$175,000

2004 • 1 year

In support of the Non-Proliferation Project's activities to promote a new international nonproliferation strategy.

$1,050,000

2004 • 3 years

In support of the Global Policy Program (over three years).

$225,000

2003 • 2 years 4 months

In support of the journal "Pro et Contra"(over three years).

$500,000

2003 • 11 months

In support of the Non-Proliferation Project's activities to develop and promote an international nonproliferation strategy (over two years).

$23,000

2002 • 1 year

To develop a "middle ground" policy option as an alternative to a U.S. invasion of Iraq.

$130,000

2001 • 1 year 4 months

In support of projects addressing security issues in southern Eurasia, defined as the Muslim regions of Russia and the states of the Caucusus and Central Asia.

$1,200,000

2001 • 3 years

To support the Global Policy Program (over three years).

$672,100

2000 • 2 years 11 months

To support the journal "Pro et Contra" (over three years).

$43,000

2000 • 1 year

To support a study group on U.S.-Mexican immigration issues.

$35,000

2000 • 11 months

To support an international weapons nonproliferation conference in Russia.

$38,478

1999 • 1 year

To support research on Chinese communities in Russia.

$299,910

1998 • 2 years

To support the journal "Pro et Contra" (over two years).

$1,200,000

1998 • 3 years

To support the Global Policy Program (over three years).

$35,000

1996 • 1 year

To support a study on migration trends in the Russian Far East.

$200,000

1995 • 3 years

To develop a Russian-language policy journal (over three years).

$200,000

1994 • 2 years

To support the international component of the Commission on Migration Refugee Policies in a Changing World (over two years).

$298,600

1988 • 1 year 1 month

To support the task force and policy studies on the proliferation of high-technology weapons and arms control in the Middle East.

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