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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace — Work on India and China

Participants of Carnegie-Tsinghua's Global Intern Program, which provides policy research experience, professional training, and networking opportunities to a group of Chinese and international future leaders. (Photo courtesy of CEIP)
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To support the Carnegie Endowment's work in India and China.
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Published: March 2015

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To date, the Open Philanthropy Project’s policy-oriented work has focused on U.S. policy, because we know the most about it and believe that it offers strong opportunities for impact. However, we are also interested in eventually being able to support policy work in other countries.

In order to begin learning about policy infrastructure in both India and China, Good Ventures has decided to support the work of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s work on India and China by granting it a total of $100,000 over two years. We expect that much of what we learn will not be public, but we hope to be able to share some public reflections on what we learned in the future.

We have published conversation notes with representatives from the Carnegie Endowment. They are:

Read more:

  • (Update) Open Philanthropy Project Summary of a Conversation with Milan Vaishnav and Lea Kenig (June 2015)
  • (Update) Open Philanthropy Project Summary of a Conversation with Paul Haenle, Director of the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy (July 2015)