USIP Prevention Newsletter - January 2011

Published: 
January 7, 2011

The bimonthly Prevention Newsletter provides highlights of the Institute's conceptual and region specific work aimed at helping to prevent conflicts in Africa, the Middle East, South and Northeast Asia, and the special project on genocide prevention. It also provides Over the Horizon thinking on trends in different regions, as well as information about events, working groups and publications.

In this Issue

  • SPOTLIGHT on Lebanon: Tensions have continued to escalate in Lebanon as the country braces for impending indictments from the UN Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) which is investigating the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri and 22 others in a February 2005 car bomb attack.
  • HIGHLIGHTS:
    • Talks over Iran's Nuclear Program
    • U.S.-Pakistan Relations 
    • Rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula
    • Turkey's Role in the Mideast  
    • USIP's Kenya Working Group
    •  Post-Electoral Tensions in Côte D'Ivoire

About This Newsletter

The bimonthly Prevention Newsletter provides highlights of USIP's conceptual work and region specific work aimed at helping to prevent conflicts in Africa, the Middle East, South and Northeast Asia, and the special projects on genocide prevention and non-proliferation. It also provides Over the Horizon thinking on trends in different regions, as well as events, working groups and publications. Every Newsletter will spotlight a single country, conflict, or event, and include short highlights of all regions and issues covered by the Center. | Sign up to receive the bi-monthly newsletter via e-mail

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January 7, 2011