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.
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 for a discussion of what a strategy for Central Asia could look like going forward given the significant change and uncertainty in the region. The conversation will examine how the United States can contribute to greater stability and promote common interests while making progress on strategic goals.
Join USIP, in partnership with the Alliance for Peacebuilding, as we kickstart PeaceCon@10 with a high-level keynote and panel discussion on January 26, 2022. The discussion will address the relationship between climate change, conflict, and fragility, and consider strategies for the international community to...
Join USIP’s Vietnam War Legacies and Reconciliation Initiative for the first in a series of seminars designed to offer diverse perspectives on U.S.-Vietnam cooperation concerning war legacies.
Join USIP and the Due Process of Law Foundation for a discussion that will examine what the 1992 peace agreement achieved, where and why it fell short and what both domestic and international actors can do to help El Salvador address ongoing struggles with violence, polarization and impunity.
On January 19, USIP held a discussion on the key takeaways from FOCAC 2021, China's long-term strategy in Africa's peace and security landscape, how China's bilateral relationships in Africa affect conflict dynamics — for example, in Ethiopia, where China has played an outsized economic role — and what it all means for U.S. foreign policy.
On January 17 USIP hosted the book’s editor and several contributors for a discussion on the context and development of extremist narratives in Pakistan, as well as how they can be countered by a focus on inclusion and tolerance.
On January 12, USIP held a discussion with leading experts on the Taliban’s approach to governing Afghanistan so far — as well as how the United States and international community can assist the Afghan people despite the challenges the Taliban pose as the country’s sole authority.
On December 16, USIP and OHCHR held a conversation about religious actors’ support for human rights promotion, the #Faith4Rights Toolkit and how the intersection of religion and human rights can help inform sustainable peace.