Join USIP for the launch of the RISE Action Guide with an all-day, in-person symposium. The event will feature a combination of panels, interactive breakout sessions and TED-style talks to introduce the RISE content, discuss policy frameworks that are...
Join USIP for a conversation on tribal fighting and sorcery accusation-related violence. The discussion will examine how this violence manifests in Papua New Guinea, explore approaches for putting out these “wildfires,” and consider how international partners can assist homegrown efforts.
On September 27, USIP hosted a conversation with regional experts on how Pacific Island countries view the increased engagement of the United States and other outside powers, what challenges the region is facing, and the implications for the Pacific Islands’ international partners.
On Thursday, September 21, 2023, USIP held a Peace Day Expo to share its wide-ranging work. Visitors to its headquarters had the opportunity to speak with Institute experts and learn more about how conflict can be prevented, managed and resolved.
On September 19, USIP hosted a conversation with the Maldives ambassador to the United States, Abdul Ghafoor Mohamed, on the presidential elections and what to expect from a new era of Maldives-U.S. relations.
On September 18, USIP, The Institute of Current World Affairs and American Purpose Magazine hosted the first in a new series of conversations with Russian exiles. This discussion explored the challenges these new exiles are facing as they look to continue their work abroad, what their future might hold, and how the media can spread their message and reach audiences both inside Russia and around the world.
Unfortunately, this event has been postponed. We hope to reschedule as soon as possible. Please check back for updates.
On September 13 and 14, USIP hosted a three-part livestream of the Institute’s Dialogue on War Legacies and Peace, an annual event bringing government and non-governmental experts together to discuss the full range of war legacy issues and U.S. relations with Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.
On September 14, USIP hosted a discussion on its new Peaceworks report, China and the Reshaping of Global Conflict Prevention Norms. This report examines China’s influence on established global conflict prevention norms.
On September 12, USIP and USAID launched “Building Bridges in Development: USAID’s Strategic Religious Engagement Policy.” USAID Administrator Samantha Power and other leaders across the U.S. government discussed the new policy and its impact on development, diplomacy and peacebuilding moving forward.