USIP Prevention Newsletter - September 2011

Published: 
September 1, 2011

The September 2011 Prevention Newsletter features a spotlight on the Korean Peninsula: After more than two years of "strategic patience" exercised by Washington in not rushing into negotiations with North Korea, why did it convene a bilateral meeting in New York in late July?

In this Issue

  • SPOTLIGHT on the Korean Peninsula: After more than two years of "strategic patience" exercised by Washington in not rushing into negotiations with North Korea, why did it convene a bilateral meeting in New York in late July?
  • HIGHLIGHTS:
    • Iran's 2012 Parliamentary Elections  
    • U.S.-Pakistan relations
    • Lebanon: UN Indictments Issued 
    • Towards a Palestinian State?
    • Kenya's 2012 General Elections 
    • Reconciliation 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 project on genocide prevention. 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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September 1, 2011