Latest from USIP on Saudi Arabia
- February 25, 2013 | Publication
Daisy Khan, an activist for Muslim women’s rights, has a list – 10 practices related to women that are often carried out in the name of Islam. She and other panelists, including USIP experts, discuss ways to engage men in the cause of protecting and empowering women in conflict zones.
- February 19, 2013 | Event
As President Barack Obama embarks on his second term and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu builds his coalition government, many warn that time is running out for the two-state solution. On the occasion of its publication, the authors of “The Peace Puzzle: America’s Quest for Arab-Israeli Peace” discussed their own views on whether and why that door is closing, and what the next Obama administration can do to keep it open.
- January 22, 2013 | Publication
The last 20 years of American efforts to resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict have seen many more failures than successes. The Peace Puzzle offers uniquely objective account of the American role in the post-Cold War era. In writing The Peace Puzzle, the members of USIP's Study Group on Arab-Israeli Peacemaking had broad access to key policymakers and official archives in their research process, making this book one of few that offers a comprehensive history from the Madrid Conference through the end of Senator George Mitchell's term as Special Envoy to the Middle East in 2011.
- January 22, 2013 | Publication"The Peace Puzzle:" A New Book Aims to Set the Record Straight on U.S. Peacemaking in the Middle East
A USIP study group generates a fresh look at the American role in Arab-Israeli peacemaking from the Madrid conference to George Mitchell’s efforts in the administration of President Barack Obama. The authors will gather in a forum at the Institute on Feb. 19 to discuss the project.