Strategic patience 2.0 - POLITICO

Tuesday, October 4, 2022

News Type: USIP in the News

Alright, North Korea, you had our curiosity. Now you have our attention. Pyongyang launched its fifth missile in two weeks last night, this one an intermediate-range weapon that flew directly over Japan, landing harmlessly in the Pacific Ocean. It’s the most provocative North Korean action since it fired...

Conflict Analysis & Prevention

Episode 79. Myanmar's Crumbling Coup - The Red Line Podcast

Monday, October 3, 2022

News Type: USIP in the News

After a landslide democratic victory the military seized power with a coup in February 2021. To prevent democracy from slipping away once again, the people of Myanmar stood up against the military junta. These protests began what would spiral into a 19-month war that has shattered the country and broken...

Democracy & Governance

Ukraine captured world attention when Russia invaded in February. Here, an FSJ Q&A with a former ambassador to Ukraine sheds light on this vexing international crisis. - The Foreign Service Journal

Saturday, October 1, 2022

News Type: USIP in the News

Vladimir Putin insists that Ukraine is not really sovereign nor even a nation but is actually just a wayward part of Russia that he is determined to reabsorb. Ukraine’s resolute march toward Europe terrifies Putin. When, in 2014, the Russia-leaning then–Ukrainian president...

Conflict Analysis & Prevention