Timing
The History and Future of U.S. Sanctions Policy

The History and Future of U.S. Sanctions Policy

Date: Thursday, December 8, 2022 / Time: 10:00am - 10:45am EST

Join USIP for a conversation on the evolution of U.S. sanctions and how they can be used more effectively to resolve international conflicts without violence. The discussion will look at how U.S. sanctions have changed throughout history, how they work today, where they might go in the future and how they can contribute to ending the ongoing war in Ukraine.

Global Policy

Beyond the 2001 Paradigm: Counterterrorism and the U.N. Security Council Since 9/11

Beyond the 2001 Paradigm: Counterterrorism and the U.N. Security Council Since 9/11

Date: Thursday, December 1, 2022 / Time: 9:30am - 11:00am EST

Join USIP, the RESOLVE Network and SFI for a conversation on the future of the U.N. Security Council’s counterterrorism strategy. Part of the seventh annual RESOLVE Global Forum Series, the discussion will explore ways to work within the U.N. Security Council architecture to make its counterterrorism paradigm more holistic — with more focus on peacebuilding, development and enhancing cooperation between the U.N. and governments.

Violent Extremism

After COP27, What’s Next for South Asia?

After COP27, What’s Next for South Asia?

Date: Wednesday, November 30, 2022 / Time: 10:00am - 11:15am EST

Join USIP for a conversation with Ambassador Daniel Feldman, the former chief of staff and counselor to Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry. Ambassador Feldman, who attended COP27, will offer his insights from the trip, discuss how the conference’s focus on climate justice, climate financing and debt-for-climate swaps will impact South Asian countries.

EconomicsEnvironmentGlobal Policy

Protecting Gender and Sexual Minorities During Armed Conflict

Protecting Gender and Sexual Minorities During Armed Conflict

Date: Tuesday, November 8, 2022 / Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST

On November 8, USIP hosted Victor Madrigal-Borloz, the U.N. independent expert on sexual orientation and gender identity, and other experts for a discussion of the gendered dimensions of armed conflict, their root causes and consequences, and how to increase protection of gender-diverse persons and groups from discrimination and violence.

GenderHuman Rights

Resolving Tensions Between South Korea and Japan

Resolving Tensions Between South Korea and Japan

Date: Friday, November 4, 2022 / Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm EDT

On November 4, USIP hosted a conversation with five of the essayists on the sources of tension in the Japan-South Korea relationship and the creative ways in which policymakers, practitioners, and experts can address topics such as forced labor, collective wartime memories, the legacy of “comfort women,” the U.S.-South Korea-Japan trilateral alliance, and regional stability.

ReconciliationGlobal PolicyHuman Rights

Africa on the Global Stage

Africa on the Global Stage

Date: Friday, November 4, 2022 / Time: 10:00am - 11:15am EDT

On November 4, USIP hosted a conversation with Ambassador Martin Kimani on ways to advance the goals of the 2022 U.S.-Africa Strategy, the U.N. Security Council’s responses to threats to peace and security in Africa and globally, and Africa’s role in advancing peace and development through efforts in the United Nations and other multilateral forums.

Global Policy