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DiploPod is a regular series hosted by Jen Psaki featuring commentary and analysis from Carnegie experts on critical global issues. The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a unique global network of policy research centers in Russia, China, Europe, the Middle East, India, and the United States. Our mission, dating back more than a century, is to advance the cause of peace through analysis and development of fresh policy ideas and direct engagement and collaboration with decisionmakers.

DiploPod is a regular series hosted by Jen Psaki featuring commentary and analysis from Carnegie experts on critical global issues. The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a unique global network of policy research centers in Russia, China, Europe, the Middle East, India, and the United States. Our mission, dating back more than a century, is to advance the cause of peace through analysis and development of fresh policy ideas and direct engagement and collaboration with decisionmakers.
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DiploPod is a regular series hosted by Jen Psaki featuring commentary and analysis from Carnegie experts on critical global issues. The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a unique global network of policy research centers in Russia, China, Europe, the Middle East, India, and the United States. Our mission, dating back more than a century, is to advance the cause of peace through analysis and development of fresh policy ideas and direct engagement and collaboration with decisionmakers.

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Episodes

How Saudi Arabia and Iran Shape the Middle East

4/18/2019
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Karim Sadjadpour and Kim Ghattas discuss the rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran

Duration:00:22:33

The Largest Elections in History

4/11/2019
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879 million Indians head to the polls in the largest elections in history. Milan Vaishnav explains what's a stake.

Duration:00:27:19

Trump’s Golan Heights Gambit and Kushner’s Rumored Peace Plan

4/4/2019
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What does Trump’s decision to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights mean for Jared Kushner's rumored peace plan?

Duration:00:15:36

DiploPod Live: Bill Burns on American Diplomacy

3/28/2019
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Jen talks to Carnegie President Bill Burns about American diplomacy and his new book, The Back Channel

Duration:00:53:34

Ukraine Five Years After Crimea

3/21/2019
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Jen talks with Andrew Weiss and Balázs Jarábik about Ukraine five years after Russia's annexation of the Crimean peninsula and a week before the Ukrainian presidential elections.

Duration:00:24:37

DiploPod Live is Coming!

3/14/2019
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We're taking a hiatus this week but don't forget to register for our live show!

Duration:00:00:37

What Happened Between India and Pakistan?

3/7/2019
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Jen talks to Carnegie Vice President George Perkovich about last week's tensions between India and Pakistan

Duration:00:30:00

Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un in Vietnam

2/28/2019
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While Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un were talking in Vietnam, Jen sat down with Carnegie expert Toby Dalton about the what a successfully negotiated agreement with North Korea might look like.

Duration:00:11:04

Where is the U.S.-China Relationship Going?

2/21/2019
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Jen talks to Evan Feigenbaum about how Xi Jinping has changed China, what people around the United States really think of China, and where the U.S.-China relationship is headed.

Duration:00:32:36

The Future of the U.S.-Saudi Relationship

2/14/2019
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Saudi Arabia has received a lot of negative attention in recent months, from the murder of Jamal Khashoggi to recent reporting about U.S. weapons originally sold to the Saudis showing up in Yemen. Have there been any consequences for their relationship with the United States?

Duration:00:23:58

Eliot Engel on the Foreign Policy Priorities of the New Democratic Majority

2/7/2019
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Jarrett Blanc talks to Eliot Engel, the chairman of the House Foreign Relations Committee, about where the Democrats want to take U.S. foreign policy

Duration:00:22:59

How to Negotiate with Iran and North Korea

1/31/2019
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Nuclear talks with Iran and North Korea have taken over the headlines, building on years of diplomacy that often goes unseen. Jen talks to Suzanne DiMaggio, who has been negotiating behind the scenes with the Iranians and North Koreans for twenty years.

Duration:00:24:22

Erdoğan's Turkey

1/24/2019
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Jen talks to Henri Barkey about how Erdoğan has changed Turkey, Barkey’s purported role in the 2016 coup, and where Erdoğan’s ambitions are taking him.

Duration:00:34:12

What's Next for Brexit?

1/17/2019
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After the historic defeat of Theresa May’s Brexit deal, Jen talks to Carnegie expert Peter Kellner about what happened and what’s next for the United Kingdom

Duration:00:19:54

Enemy of My Enemy: Why Russia and China Are Growing Closer

1/10/2019
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The ties between Russia and China are deepening. Should the West be concerned? Jen talks to Carnegie Moscow expert Alexander Gabuev about what’s bringing them together, and the consequences for the United States.

Duration:00:18:35

Can America Still Lead the World?

1/3/2019
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Jen talks to Jake Sullivan about why he wants to reclaim the idea of American exceptionalism and how the next president can restore American global influence.

Duration:00:30:49

Holiday Roundup 2018

12/20/2018
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Jen talks to Carnegie experts Jarrett Blanc, Kate Charlet, and Karim Sadjadpour about the most important events of 2018 and what to look for in the year ahead.

Duration:00:36:09

A Foreign Policy for the American Middle Class

12/13/2018
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After the 2016 election, there are significant questions about whether America’s role in the world and our foreign policy are helping (or working for?) the American middle class. Carnegie expert Salman Ahmed has spent the last year focusing on how American foreign policy decisions on trade, defense, and more impacts Ohio. Today, Jen talks with him about his work, what he learned, and how his views have changed.

Duration:00:25:10

NATO 101: NATO and the War on Terror

12/6/2018
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This week we’re digging into NATO—what it is, how it’s changed, and where it’s headed. Today, Jen talks to Simon Gass, who served as NATO’s senior civilian representative to Afghanistan. They discuss what NATO brings to an operation like Afghanistan, and what it would take to mobilize the alliance again. Don’t miss the first two episodes in this series, and stay tuned for more 101 series in the coming months. Simon Gass is the commandant of the UK's Royal College of Defense Studies, and...

Duration:00:18:14

NATO 101: Does Europe Need NATO?

12/5/2018
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This week we’re digging into NATO—what it is, how it’s changed, and where it’s headed. Today, Jen talks to Carnegie expert and former Slovak ambassador to NATO, Tomáš Valášek, about how NATO looks from Europe. They discuss Trump’s complaints about NATO funding, what to make of talk of an EU army, and how Russia’s renewed aggression is challenging the alliance. Don’t miss yesterday’s episode on how NATO works, and tune in tomorrow for a conversation about NATO in Afghanistan. Tomáš Valášek is...

Duration:00:26:11