Frank Aum on the Korean Peninsula after the Olympic Games - SiriusXM POTUS Ch. 124

Thursday, February 22, 2018

News Type: USIP in the News

Frank Aum spoke to SiriusXM POTUS Ch. 124 about the Korean Peninsula, and whether there is a pathway to keep the peaceful momentum going after the Olympic Games. Aum also addressed the strategies being pursued by North Korea, South Korea and the United States in addition to the effect of international sanctions on North Korea and China’s interests.

Introducing the USIP Podcast Network

Introducing the USIP Podcast Network

Thursday, February 22, 2018

News Type: Announcement

Experts from the U.S. Institute of Peace provide the latest analysis and perspective on the world’s critical hot spots, U.S. and global security and issues involved in violent conflict, based on the Institute’s work on the ground and with key individuals, governments and organizations. They give interviews and background briefings to journalists and write for news outlets around the world.

The Position of the SPLM-N on Relief Delivery Same Wine, Old Bottles! - Sudan Vision

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

News Type: USIP in the News

If my opinion in January of last year was that not accepting the US initiative, which addressed the Movement’s fears, was a misjudgment on the part of the "tripartite" leadership, here once again is the "new" leadership committing the same error a year later. I cannot but repeat what I had said...

Assad regime fights back in Afrin, allying with Kurds and sparking new battle with Turkey - USA Swengen

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

News Type: USIP in the News

Syria’s messy war is becoming even messier. On Tuesday, pro-regime militias reportedly moved into the embattled enclave of Afrin, which is under siege from Turkish forces who invaded Syria last month. The regime units appeared to be reinforcing Syrian Kurdish factions that have controlled the area near the Turkish border, much to the frustration of Ankara.

De-radicalisation: the tool of choice - The Nation

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

News Type: USIP in the News

Deradicalisation is an arduous process for any country, which has remained afflicted with the threat of terrorism. The same has stood true for Pakistan, which after undertaking successful military operations such as Rah-e-Rast, Rah-e-Nijat, and Zarb-e-Azb, has been carrying out...

Turkey and Iran face off in a new battle in Syria - Washington Post

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

News Type: USIP in the News

Syria's messy war is becoming even messier. On Tuesday, pro-regime militias reportedly moved into the embattled enclave of Afrin, which is under siege from Turkish forces who invaded Syria last month. The regime units appeared to be reinforcing Syrian Kurdish factions that have controlled the area near the Turkish border, much to the frustration of Ankara.

Iraq reconstruction effort looms large - World Magazine

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

News Type: USIP in the News

A recent conference held to raise funds for Iraq’s reconstruction secured about $30 billion in loans and investment pledges, a start toward the financial needs of a nation devastated by war and terrorism. But it will take more than money to rebuild after Islamic State (ISIS) beat down Iraqis through persecution and genocide.

South Sudan In Focus - VOA

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

News Type: USIP in the News

A new proposal for a power sharing government was tabled at the high level revitalization forum peace talks for South Sudan; and an official of the National Dialogue Steering Committee has joined a chorus of voices calling on President Salva Kiir to pardon Riek Machar's spokesman James Gatdet Dak.