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THURSDAY, MAY 27, 2021
In Memoriam: John Warner
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Scott Worden Gives An Update On The Afghanistan Troop Withdrawal - Sirius XM
Tuesday, June 1, 2021
News Type: USIP in the News
Scott Worden is director of Afghanistan and Central Asia programs at the U.S. Institute of Peace joining me with his perspective on where things stand in Afghanistan. So let's talk a little Afghanistan ... where do with stand on the force withdrawal?
Peace Processes
Pakistan, Uzbekistan Trade Goods Via Afghanistan In Landmark First - Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
Monday, May 31, 2021
News Type: USIP in the News
Pakistan and Uzbekistan have exchanged goods through war-torn Afghanistan for the first time, in a move hailed as a milestone for regional economic integration. A Pakistani cargo truck transported medicine from the port city of Karachi on April 9 to...
Economics & Environment
Tripoli Needs a Strategic Plan to Address its Many Challenges and Turn the Tide - Religion & Security Council
Sunday, May 30, 2021
By: Dr. Elie Abouaoun
News Type: USIP in the News
Tripoli is the city of many names. Some people call it “Bride of the Revolution”, others the city of “openness”, while there is also the stigma that Tripoli is a city of terrorism. All of these have some truth. We have seen the vibrant revolution in Tripoli, including the...
Conflict Analysis & Prevention
United States Institute of Peace's Libya Country Office Director Visits the Municipality of Nalut - Libyan Cloud News Agency
Saturday, May 29, 2021
News Type: USIP in the News
On Friday, the Director of the Office of the United States Institute of Peace in Libya “Neath Wilson”, accompanied by the local partner and the possible organization for awareness and information, visited the municipality of Nalut, in the context of supporting...
Conflict Analysis & Prevention
Pakistan Economy, Afghan Hindus, Uzbek Trade - Gandhara
Friday, May 28, 2021
News Type: USIP in the News
This week, I dig deep into Pakistan’s economic woes. Low growth, high inflation, and widespread unemployment plague 220 million citizens currently bracing for rising taxes and utility costs. The government has excitedly claimed an...
Economics & Environment
Where are the “pitfalls” in the post-conflict border settlement? - Central Asian Bureau for Analytical Reporting
Thursday, May 27, 2021
News Type: USIP in the News
Expert on Central Asia for the U.S. Institute of Peace Dr. Gavin Helf discusses the impact of the border conflict between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, shares the context of geopolitical picture and anticipates future ethnic clashes in an interview, exclusively for CABAR.asia...
Conflict Analysis & Prevention
In Memoriam: John Warner
Thursday, May 27, 2021
News Type: Announcement
The U.S. Institute of Peace is deeply saddened by the loss of former Senator John Warner, a military veteran and leader renowned for his willingness to seek peace both globally and across the aisle. Warner served in World War II, the Korean War and went on to serve as undersecretary and secretary of the U.S. Navy before entering politics and becoming the second longest-serving U.S. senator in Virginia’s history.
Pakistan, Uzbekistan Trade Goods Via Afghanistan In Landmark First - Gandhara
Wednesday, May 26, 2021
News Type: USIP in the News
Pakistan and Uzbekistan have exchanged goods through war-torn Afghanistan for the first time, in a move hailed as a milestone for regional economic integration. A Pakistani cargo truck on May 4 transported medicine from the port city of Karachi to...
Economics & Environment
History As It Happens: Israel and the Palestinians, the never-ending conflict - Washington Times
Wednesday, May 26, 2021
News Type: USIP in the News
As U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken continued his diplomatic mission to secure a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, the militant group that rules Gaza’s 2 million people, ordinary Israelis and Palestinians faced the consequences of...
Conflict Analysis & Prevention
Sharply critical, Biden now tracks Trump on Russia policy - Washington Times
Wednesday, May 26, 2021
News Type: USIP in the News
In style and rhetoric, the change is clear. But on policy, analysts say the “continuity” is undeniable. A stark difference in President Biden’s tone toward Russia has obscured the fact that on substantive matters, his approach thus far on many issues follows...
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