When he gave the money to create the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in 1910, Andrew Carnegie charged the trustees of the new organization to use the fund to "hasten the abolition of international war, the foulest blot upon our civilization." They have done so for the past ten decades, and they are currently interested in transforming the Endowment into the "first truly multinational-ultimately global-think tank." On their homepage, visitors can delve right into some of their latest analyses, reports, and policy documents. The "Publications" area is a great place to look as well, as visitors can search through a variety of papers, including works like "Political Reform in Yemen", "Roots of Radical Islam in Central Asia", and "Protecting Intellectual Property Rights in Chinese Courts". For those who would like to contact different staff members, there is the "Experts" section, which contains details on various persons who work for the Endowment.
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