China’s rise colors Biden-Putin summit - The Washington Times

Monday, June 14, 2021

News Type: USIP in the News

President Biden’s high-stakes summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to be dominated by friction over Russian-linked cyberattacks, election interference and human rights abuses and what U.S. officials see as a meddlesome Kremlin foreign policy aimed at...

Global Policy

Attacks on Burmese Military Intensify Nationwide, Signaling a Possible Revolt - Pass Blue

Sunday, June 13, 2021

News Type: USIP in the News

From small villages to city offices, an open rebellion is steadily spreading in Burma, drawing together citizens outraged by the Feb. 1 coup that overturned a national election and crushed a popular democracy. Pro-democracy advocates inside Burma and abroad describe how defectors from the disgraced army — the hated Tatmadaw — as well as...

Conflict Analysis & Prevention

Policy Beats: What would great power competition look like following U.S.'s withdrawal of troops? - Islamabad Policy Research Institute

Friday, June 11, 2021

News Type: USIP in the News

In this episode we discuss ‘What would great power competition look like following U.S.'s withdrawal of troops’ with Mr. Richard Olson, the Senior Advisor at the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) who also formerly served as the United States Ambassador to Pakistan. The objective of the show is to...

Global Policy

Israel: A Post-Netanyahu Government - Voice of America Encounter

Friday, June 11, 2021

News Type: USIP in the News

Lucy Kurtzer-Ellenbogen, Director of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Program at the U.S. Institute of Peace, and Natan Sachs, Director of the Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution, discuss with host Carol Castiel the new “Change Government” comprised of eight Israeli political parties from...

Democracy & Governance