A potential reset in US-Middle East relations - Al Ahram

Friday, July 29, 2022

News Type: USIP in the News

In an interview with Ahram Online, Youssef discussed the current US administration’s foreign policy for the Middle East and the new dynamics in the relationship between individual Arab states and Washington. Ahram Online (AO): Having heard what US President Joe Biden said about Washington’s interest to leave...

Global Policy

This Is What The United States Institute Of Peace Confirms To Our Source In The Case Of A Crisis Among The Central Banks - Sada

Wednesday, July 27, 2022

News Type: USIP in the News

The Director of Middle East and North Africa Programs at the United States Institute of Peace, Elie Abu Aoun, told our source where he said: “It is possible for the Central Bank of Libya in the east of the country to resort again to printing unofficial currency, as this bank had previous dealings in particular.” Elie added...

Economics

USIP Announces 2022-2023 Peace Scholar Dissertation Fellows

Wednesday, July 27, 2022

News Type: Announcement

The U.S. Institute of Peace is pleased to announce the 2022-23 cohort of Peace Scholar Fellows. This year 87 applicants from 52 U.S. universities applied for this prestigious award. The 20 award recipients demonstrated the greatest potential to advance the peacebuilding field and the strongest likelihood to inform policy and practice.

Unfinished business in Bangsamoro - BusinessWorld

Wednesday, July 27, 2022

News Type: USIP in the News

THE NEW Philippine leadership is inheriting a Bangsamoro Region that is at its most peaceful in recent years, and where economic prospects are most auspicious since the 1970s when the armed separatist movement was born. The past two Presidents, the late Benigno S.C. Aquino III and Rodrigo R. Duterte, laid out...

Conflict Analysis & Prevention

After decades of opposing Taliban, India may be forming a relationship with them - NPR’s All Things Considered

Tuesday, July 26, 2022

News Type: USIP in the News

A year ago, India was not happy about the state of affairs in Afghanistan. The U.S. was negotiating its exit. The Taliban was consolidating power. And decades of India supporting anti-Taliban forces was evaporating. But just last month, Indian officials went to Kabul to meet with Taliban leaders. India has also partially...

Violent Extremism