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In a new analysis Celeste L. Arrington breaks down how and why South Korean victims are using lawsuits to try to obtain ...
01/27/2023
Beyond the Courts: History-Related Lawsuits and South Korea-Japan Relations

In a new analysis Celeste L. Arrington breaks down how and why South Korean victims are using lawsuits to try to obtain compensation for colonial-era abuse by the Japanese.

While the relationship between South Korea and Japan is fraught with a number of historical and territorial disputes, the current cycle of tensions focuses our attention on lawsuits related to the colonial era. Most notably, bilateral ties soured after 2018, when two landmark rulings from the South....

Ending Russia’s imperial designs on Ukraine and establishing sustainable peace in Europe will require its defeat on the ...
01/27/2023
Ukraine: A Real Peace Will Require Change from Russia

Ending Russia’s imperial designs on Ukraine and establishing sustainable peace in Europe will require its defeat on the battlefield, Mary Glantz writes.

The United States and its allies are seeking ways to promote a sustainable peace in Europe — one that ends Russia’s brutal assault on Ukraine and strengthens a global prohibition on such wars of aggrandizement. Tragically but realistically, Russia, like most historic imperial powers, will need t...

Following the recent restriction on Afghan women’s working rights, nearly half of NGOs in Afghanistan have paused their ...
01/27/2023
Wrestling with a Humanitarian Dilemma in Afghanistan

Following the recent restriction on Afghan women’s working rights, nearly half of NGOs in Afghanistan have paused their humanitarian assistance. Our William Byrd discusses how the Taliban’s bans have impacted international aid.

Recent decrees by the Taliban barring Afghan women from attending university or working in NGOs are severely damaging the country both socially and economically, especially coming atop a ban on girls’ secondary education last year. The marginalization of half the population also highlights the “...

Researchers’ Republic has just published two reports as part of a USIP-supported series on .Read "The Myanmar Pipelines ...
01/27/2023
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Researchers’ Republic has just published two reports as part of a USIP-supported series on .

Read "The Myanmar Pipelines After the Coup Shifting Power Dynamics and Dispatches from the Ground" and "Voices of Women Displaced by the War in Myanmar" here:

Publications The Myanmar Pipelines After the Coup Shifting Power Dynamics and Dispatches from the Ground The pipeline reflects the pressures that can be put upon a country ravaged by colonialism th…

The Taliban’s 2021 takeover of Afghanistan has been followed by severe repression of journalists. In a new episode of ou...
01/26/2023
Event Extra: Afghanistan’s Media Landscape Amid Taliban Rule

The Taliban’s 2021 takeover of Afghanistan has been followed by severe repression of journalists. In a new episode of our “Event Extra” podcast, Ayesha Tanzeem, the director of Voice of America's South and Central Asia Division, discusses the country’s current media landscape. Listen here:

Ayesha Tanzeem, the director of Voice of America’s South and Central Asia Division, explains how Afghanistan’s media landscape has changed in the last year and a half, how media organizations are fighting back and what the international community can do to help protect media freedom in Afghanist...

Our China Team and Center for Russia and Europe are undertaking a multi-year effort to understand the nuances and intric...
01/26/2023

Our China Team and Center for Russia and Europe are undertaking a multi-year effort to understand the nuances and intricacies of Chinese and Russian efforts in different parts of Africa. As part of this initiative, we've launched a new request for proposals for new research on the activities and interests of Chinese and Russian private security companies and private military companies in Africa.

Proposals are due by 5:00pm EST on February 24, 2023.

Learn more here: https://www.usip.org/regions/asia/china

La administración de Biden ha hecho la mejor gobernanza uno de los pilares centrales de su estrategia de migración. Nues...
01/26/2023
Honduras progresa en controlar la violencia, ¿es posible hacerlo de forma sostenible?

La administración de Biden ha hecho la mejor gobernanza uno de los pilares centrales de su estrategia de migración. Nuestro Arturo Matute habla sobre como el EE.UU puede apoyar a leyes para proteger a la población hondureña de la violencia criminal.

“Reducción histórica en la tasa de homicidios”, tuiteó el gobierno hondureño en un hilo celebrando los logros en materia de seguridad durante el primer año en el cargo de la presidenta Xiomara Castro. La tasa oficial del país de 36 asesinatos por cada 100.000 habitantes en 2022 (seis punto...

In a new analysis, Robin Wright outlines Iran's pattern of protests, troubled economy and tensions with the West. Read m...
01/26/2023
Whither Iran on the Revolution’s Anniversary?

In a new analysis, Robin Wright outlines Iran's pattern of protests, troubled economy and tensions with the West. Read more here:

Iran marks the anniversary of the Islamic revolution in February amid increasingly existential challenges at home and in relations with the outside world. Four months of nationwide protests — triggered by the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in September 2022 — reflected deepening discontent amo...

In the run-up to next month’s elections, our Chris M.A. Kwaja says that youth-led campaigns and governance remain essent...
01/25/2023
Nigeria: The Youth Equation In The 2023 Elections - PAN AFRICAN VISIONS

In the run-up to next month’s elections, our Chris M.A. Kwaja says that youth-led campaigns and governance remain essential to making youth voices heard and their votes count. Read his co-authored analysis for African Visions:

By Jude Mutah & Chris M.A. Kwaja* Nigeria, Africa’s most populous nation, heads to the polls next month to select new leaders. Unlike the previous elections, 2023 is unique – Over 70% of the 12 million new registered voters are youths under age 34. Another 40 million young people are registered,...

Artistic insight can speak directly to a conflict itself — addressing important systemic factors such as identity, race,...
01/25/2023
The Poetry of War and Peace

Artistic insight can speak directly to a conflict itself — addressing important systemic factors such as identity, race, gender and ability, as well as matters of legacy, lament and community. On February 3, join us for a fireside chat on identity and inclusion with renowned poet Pádraig Ó Tuama and bestselling author Amanda Ripley.

Register to attend in person or online here: https://www.usip.org/events/poetry-war-and-peace

Join USIP for a conversation with conflict mediator, acclaimed poet and host of the popular podcast “Poetry Unbound" Pádraig Ó Tuama and bestselling author and Washington Post columnist Amanda Ripley. The discussion will reflect on how poetry and language can capture the destruction of conflict,...

Following the war in Ukraine, the Biden administration has been eager to establish and expand alternatives to Russian en...
01/25/2023
A Newly Assertive Algeria Seizes an Opportunity

Following the war in Ukraine, the Biden administration has been eager to establish and expand alternatives to Russian energy for dependent European nations. Our Thomas M. Hill discusses how Algeria has become a critical component of that effort.

For decades, Algeria has eschewed participation in international affairs. As a member of the non-aligned movement, the country has been described as “anti-Western,” “anti-capitalist,” and “insular.” Privately, American diplomats describe the government as one of the region’s most chall...

Are young people especially important to the success of nonviolent movements? What are the short- or long-term effects o...
01/24/2023
Youth Activism: Balancing Risk and Reward

Are young people especially important to the success of nonviolent movements? What are the short- or long-term effects of youth participation? How does youth identity overlap with other identity categories like gender, race and religion?

Read our latest analysis:

A striking feature of many successful nonviolent action campaigns is the outsized presence of young people, especially on the front lines. Recent history is replete with examples — mass movements in Iran, Hong Kong, Sudan, Lebanon, Algeria and others have all drawn strength from major swells of de...

Violencia de las pandillas ha plagado a Honduras por décadas. Nuestro Arturo Matute explica porque el gobierno hondureño...
01/24/2023
Honduras progresa en controlar la violencia, ¿es posible hacerlo de forma sostenible?

Violencia de las pandillas ha plagado a Honduras por décadas. Nuestro Arturo Matute explica porque el gobierno hondureño decidió declarar una emergencia y cuál es su estrategia para seguridad.

“Reducción histórica en la tasa de homicidios”, tuiteó el gobierno hondureño en un hilo celebrando los logros en materia de seguridad durante el primer año en el cargo de la presidenta Xiomara Castro. La tasa oficial del país de 36 asesinatos por cada 100.000 habitantes en 2022 (seis punto...

John Carl Baker proposes a revised U.S. policy on North Korea, saying it should not accept North Korea’s nuclear program...
01/24/2023
North Korean Arms Control Doesn’t Have to Conflict with Disarmament

John Carl Baker proposes a revised U.S. policy on North Korea, saying it should not accept North Korea’s nuclear program but must acknowledge it in order to secure pragmatic constraints that, in the long run, will put the peninsula and the world back on the path to disarmament.

There is a tension between limiting North Korea’s nuclear weapons program and pursuing the goal of a denuclearized Korean peninsula. To emphasize the former — through arms control and risk-reduction measures — can seem at times like a repudiation of the latter. Conversely, a focus on disarmame...

Keith Mines, Anya Prusa y exembajadores Patrick Duddy, John Feeley, y P. Michael McKinley discuten cómo la polarización ...
01/24/2023
Un asalto al gobierno de Brasil enciende las alarmas en el hemisferio

Keith Mines, Anya Prusa y exembajadores Patrick Duddy, John Feeley, y P. Michael McKinley discuten cómo la polarización ha alimentado protestas violentas en el hemisferio occidental y examinan cómo “vacunar” a los gobiernos electos contra el extremismo político.

El 8 de enero, cientos de manifestantes alimentados por la ira causada por los resultados de las elecciones presidenciales, invadieron los edificios federales en la capital de Brasil, Brasilia, mientras que decenas de miles se reunieron al frente de instalaciones militares en todo el país, pidiendo...

Our Matthew Cebul's recent analysis on youth activism was featured in National Endowment for Democracy's Democracy Diges...
01/24/2023
Vive la résistance: Sudanese civil society still fighting for democracy - Democracy Digest Democracy Digest

Our Matthew Cebul's recent analysis on youth activism was featured in National Endowment for Democracy's Democracy Digest. Read more here: https://www.demdigest.org/vive-la-resistance-sudanese-civil-society-still-fighting-for-democracy/

And for more about how young people help nonviolent campaigns succeed, visit: https://www.usip.org/publications/2023/01/youth-activism-balancing-risk-and-reward

Civil society activism in Africa can sometimes seem like an exercise in empty sloganeering: “mobilizing the grassroots”, “empowering the youth”, and so on, The Economist observes: Not in Sudan, where [...]

"South Korea does not want to take steps that appear to attack, criticize or gang up against China, so certain types of ...
01/24/2023
How US-led alliance aims to mend Japan-South Korea ties and rein in China

"South Korea does not want to take steps that appear to attack, criticize or gang up against China, so certain types of bilateral and trilateral cooperation, particularly in the security and economic realm, will be limited,” our Frank Aum tells South China Morning Post.

Through ‘trilateral’ strategy, Washington hopes to contain Beijing while Seoul seeks to deter Pyongyang, but historical tensions with Tokyo and South Korean reliance on Chinese trade could limit cooperation, observers say.

Gang violence has plagued Honduras for decades. Our Arturo Matute explains why the Honduran government recently decided ...
01/23/2023
Honduras Makes Progress in Tamping Violence — But at What Cost?

Gang violence has plagued Honduras for decades. Our Arturo Matute explains why the Honduran government recently decided to declare an emergency, what the government’s overall security strategy entails and how the U.S. can help the government protect its people from criminal violence.

“Historic reduction in the homicide rate,” the Honduran government tweeted in a thread celebrating security achievements during President Xiomara Castro’s first year in office. The country’s official rate of 36 murders per 100,000 people in 2022 (down six points from 2021) still places Hondu...

In a new analysis, our Ambassador Makila James offers 6 steps that can help the U.S. go “all in on Africa’s future.”
01/23/2023
America Must Now Build the Partnership it Offered to Africa

In a new analysis, our Ambassador Makila James offers 6 steps that can help the U.S. go “all in on Africa’s future.”

A month after leaders from 49 African states returned home from the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, their region’s struggles have shifted back into their frequent place in global news headlines and discussion, often obscured by crises from Ukraine to China to the Middle East. So it’s a good moment t...

01/23/2023

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“The war in Ukraine has demonstrated the limits of Russia’s military power, reshuffled global energy markets and, in the...
01/22/2023
A Newly Assertive Algeria Seizes an Opportunity

“The war in Ukraine has demonstrated the limits of Russia’s military power, reshuffled global energy markets and, in the process, provided Algeria with an opportunity to redefine its foreign policy,” says our Thomas M. Hill in a new analysis.

For decades, Algeria has eschewed participation in international affairs. As a member of the non-aligned movement, the country has been described as “anti-Western,” “anti-capitalist,” and “insular.” Privately, American diplomats describe the government as one of the region’s most chall...

U.S. actors, including officials, businesses and academics, should understand the consequences of the important role the...
01/22/2023
How to Address the Racism at the Heart of Japan-South Korea Tensions

U.S. actors, including officials, businesses and academics, should understand the consequences of the important role they have played in perpetuating anti-Korean prejudice and help right this wrong, National University of Singapore's Sayaka Chatani writes.

Anti-Korean racism is at the heart of historic and unresolved tensions between Japan and South Korea. It will be near impossible to resolve disputes like the comfort women issue without addressing this racism. This is because the difficulty in reaching a consensus on the Japanese side often derives....

In a new analysis, John Carl Baker explains how the U.S. can pursue a realistic policy toward North Korea by attempting ...
01/22/2023
North Korean Arms Control Doesn’t Have to Conflict with Disarmament

In a new analysis, John Carl Baker explains how the U.S. can pursue a realistic policy toward North Korea by attempting to limit its nuclear weapons program in the short term while still pursuing the long-term goal of its total disarmament.

There is a tension between limiting North Korea’s nuclear weapons program and pursuing the goal of a denuclearized Korean peninsula. To emphasize the former — through arms control and risk-reduction measures — can seem at times like a repudiation of the latter. Conversely, a focus on disarmame...

"Youth activists are more willing to work across traditional societal lines than their older peers, and that youth movem...
01/22/2023
Youth Activism: Balancing Risk and Reward

"Youth activists are more willing to work across traditional societal lines than their older peers, and that youth movements often reject party affiliations and call for wholesale political or 'system' change, thereby winning supporters across existing political divides," our Matthew Cebul writes in a new analysis.

A striking feature of many successful nonviolent action campaigns is the outsized presence of young people, especially on the front lines. Recent history is replete with examples — mass movements in Iran, Hong Kong, Sudan, Lebanon, Algeria and others have all drawn strength from major swells of de...

El 8 de enero, cientos de manifestantes alimentados por la ira causada por los resultados de las elecciones presidencial...
01/21/2023
Un asalto al gobierno de Brasil enciende las alarmas en el hemisferio

El 8 de enero, cientos de manifestantes alimentados por la ira causada por los resultados de las elecciones presidenciales, invadieron los edificios federales en la capital de Brasil, pidiendo abiertamente un golpe de Estado. Los eventos en Brasil, junto con las protestas recientes en Chile, Bolivia y Perú, han despertado la preocupación de que la violencia haya regresado una vez más al ámbito de lo político, lo que podría amenazar a las vulnerables democracias de Latinoamérica.

El 8 de enero, cientos de manifestantes alimentados por la ira causada por los resultados de las elecciones presidenciales, invadieron los edificios federales en la capital de Brasil, Brasilia, mientras que decenas de miles se reunieron al frente de instalaciones militares en todo el país, pidiendo...

Syria is perhaps one of the most complex conflict arenas in the world. Our Mona Yacoubian recently joined On Peace to di...
01/21/2023
Mona Yacoubian on Russia’s Diminishing Role in Syria

Syria is perhaps one of the most complex conflict arenas in the world. Our Mona Yacoubian recently joined On Peace to discuss how the war in Ukraine has shifted the dynamics between Russia, Iran, Turkey, and Israel in the Syrian conflict.

Amid military struggles in Ukraine, Russia’s presence in Syria is slowly receding, setting off a series of regional shifts from Turkey, Iran and Israel that could have major ripple effects on U.S. national security interests, says USIP’s Mona Yacoubian: “There are too many actors there for it ...

Honduras is one of the poorest and most violent countries in the Western Hemisphere. President Castro “faces the difficu...
01/21/2023
Honduras Makes Progress in Tamping Violence — But at What Cost?

Honduras is one of the poorest and most violent countries in the Western Hemisphere. President Castro “faces the difficult task of disengaging the military from its crime-fighting tasks without creating a security vacuum,” says our Arturo Matute in a new analysis.

“Historic reduction in the homicide rate,” the Honduran government tweeted in a thread celebrating security achievements during President Xiomara Castro’s first year in office. The country’s official rate of 36 murders per 100,000 people in 2022 (down six points from 2021) still places Hondu...

La clave para el progreso en Venezuela en el próximo año será mantener negociaciones consistentes, que siguen siendo el ...
01/21/2023
Seis formas de ayudar a mantener las negociaciones en Venezuela

La clave para el progreso en Venezuela en el próximo año será mantener negociaciones consistentes, que siguen siendo el lugar más eficiente para tomar decisiones clave, como sobre el futuro de las elecciones y la relación entre el chavismo y la oposición, escriben nuestro Mark Feierstein, Keith Mines, y Nicolas Devia-Valbuena.

A fines del año pasado, la Asamblea Nacional de Venezuela, controlada por la oposición, votó a favor de disolver el “gobierno interino” encabezado por Juan Guaidó, un proyecto de cuatro años diseñado para sustituir al gobernante del país, Nicolás Maduro. Este voto se produce en medio de ...

One month after the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, the region’s struggles continue to be obscured by other crises. Our Amba...
01/20/2023
America Must Now Build the Partnership it Offered to Africa

One month after the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, the region’s struggles continue to be obscured by other crises. Our Ambassador Makila James explores the ways in which the U.S. can refocus on its support for Africa.

A month after leaders from 49 African states returned home from the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, their region’s struggles have shifted back into their frequent place in global news headlines and discussion, often obscured by crises from Ukraine to China to the Middle East. So it’s a good moment t...

We are now accepting applications for our Generation Change Fellows Program in ! Applications are due before February 1 ...
01/20/2023

We are now accepting applications for our Generation Change Fellows Program in ! Applications are due before February 1 at 11:59 CST. For more information, please visit: https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/GCFP-Honduras

01/20/2023
LIVE NOW: Promoting Stable Green Transitions in Oil States

Join USIP and a panel of experts to discuss the issue of unplanned decarbonization in Africa and the Middle East. Diverse cases, including Sudan, South Sudan, Nigeria, and Iraq, will shed light on the variations in elite pacts and political economies, the different kinds of decarbonization, and their contrasting international contexts. In addition, this event will explore what happens to the rules of the political game and the various ways authoritarian and kleptocratic government practices can evolve even under severe economic strain.

For more information about this event, and to join the live audience Q&A, please visit: https://www.usip.org/events/promoting-stable-green-transitions-oil-states

"In light of the United States’ unfortunate history as a pivotal — albeit unintentional — legitimizer of Japanese racism...
01/20/2023
How to Address the Racism at the Heart of Japan-South Korea Tensions

"In light of the United States’ unfortunate history as a pivotal — albeit unintentional — legitimizer of Japanese racism, there are many things U.S. politicians, businesses and media can do to improve the situation," National University of Singapore's Sayaka Chatani writes.

Anti-Korean racism is at the heart of historic and unresolved tensions between Japan and South Korea. It will be near impossible to resolve disputes like the comfort women issue without addressing this racism. This is because the difficulty in reaching a consensus on the Japanese side often derives....

TOMORROW: Join us at 10am EST for a conversation on traumatic decarbonization and instability in fragile contexts. The d...
01/19/2023
Promoting Stable Green Transitions in Oil States

TOMORROW: Join us at 10am EST for a conversation on traumatic decarbonization and instability in fragile contexts. The discussion will shed light on the issue of unplanned decarbonization in , , , and . Tune in here:

Join USIP and a panel of experts to discuss the issue of unplanned decarbonization in Africa and the Middle East. Diverse cases, including Sudan, South Sudan, Nigeria, and Iraq, will shed light on the variations in elite pacts and political economies, the different kinds of decarbonization, and thei...

01/19/2023
LIVE NOW: Protecting Independent Media in the Taliban’s Afghanistan

Join USIP and Voice of America for a discussion with journalists and media experts about the challenges facing media in Afghanistan today and what those both inside and outside the country are doing — and can do — to protect media freedom and continue their work safely. The conversation will also look at lessons from other authoritarian contexts to discuss what has worked to preserve media freedom in hostile environments.

For more information about this event, and to join the live audience Q&A, please visit: https://www.usip.org/events/protecting-independent-media-talibans-afghanistan

Russia’s decision to invade Ukraine has weakened its leverage and influence in Syria. Our Mona Yacoubian joined On Peace...
01/19/2023
Mona Yacoubian on Russia’s Diminishing Role in Syria

Russia’s decision to invade Ukraine has weakened its leverage and influence in Syria. Our Mona Yacoubian joined On Peace this week to discuss how the invasion is potentially shifting the conflict landscape, which could have a direct impact on U.S. national security interests in Syria.

Amid military struggles in Ukraine, Russia’s presence in Syria is slowly receding, setting off a series of regional shifts from Turkey, Iran and Israel that could have major ripple effects on U.S. national security interests, says USIP’s Mona Yacoubian: “There are too many actors there for it ...

Over the past year, the Taliban have shut down and restricted media organizations, detained journalists and imposed hars...
01/19/2023
Protecting Independent Media in the Taliban’s Afghanistan

Over the past year, the Taliban have shut down and restricted media organizations, detained journalists and imposed harsher restrictions on female reporters. Join us and Voice of America on Thursday as we discuss the challenges facing media in Afghanistan today: https://www.usip.org/events/protecting-independent-media-talibans-afghanistan

Join USIP and Voice of America for a discussion with journalists and media experts about the challenges facing media in Afghanistan today and what those both inside and outside the country are doing — and can do — to protect media freedom and continue their work safely. The conversation will als...

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