On the one-year anniversary of the military’s coup, join USIP for the release of the Myanmar Study Group’s final report. The discussion will look at the study group’s findings and recommendations on topics such as the Burmese army, Myanmar’s economy, ethnic armed organizations, end state scenarios, humanitarian assistance, international actors and U.S. government policy alternatives — among many others.
Join USIP and UNDP for a discussion on how this timely UNDP report can serve as a guide for Yemen and the international community as they work to bring an end to the conflict and create sustainable development strategies in Yemen.
Please join USIP for the first virtual discussion in our new event series “Conflict and Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific.” This inaugural conversation will look at the current state of India-China tensions, likely trends in the bilateral relationship and implications for the region and the world.
As part of RESOLVE’s sixth annual Global Forum Series, join the RESOLVE Network for a conversation about recent trends related to regional and local violent extremism and conflict in Southeast Asia. Focusing on Malaysia and the Philippines, this conversation will bring together the experts behind two RESOLVE publications to explore historical ties, ongoing developments, cross-border dynamics and their implications for our understanding of current and future manifestations of violent extremism and conflict in the region.