Latest from USIP on France
- January 17, 2013 | Publication
USIP Fellow Tobias Koepf and Program Director Jon Temin examine the ramifications of the French military operation for the prospects of a political solution.
- December 21, 2011 | Publication
When they met during their fellowships at the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) in 2005, a lasting friendship was born. But as Pierre Hazan, a Swiss political scientist and former journalist, got to know Gorka Espiau Idoiaga, a peace activist from the Basque country of Spain, they had no idea that their friendship would bring them back together years later to help foster a breakthrough for peace in Western Europe’s last guerrilla conflict.
- July 25, 2011 | Course
This course provides students and practitioners with a balanced, in-depth look at the objectives and evolution of strategic arms control, challenges and potential avenues for a New START follow-on, and other related issues, including implications for U.S. nuclear policy, deterrence and extended deterrence, missile defense, strategic conventional strike, space- and cyber-security, and the nuclear zero issue. Simulations and small group discussions further enhance the learning experience.
- January 18, 2011 | Publication
USIP expert Dan Brumberg previews the upcoming talks with Iran and provides background on the current situation.