Conferences - Monday, March 05, 2007
Nontraditional Security Challenges in Asia: What Role for Multilateralism?
IPI hosted a meeting to discuss the nature of evolving security challenges in Asia and opportunities for multilateral engagement.
This meeting was held in partnership with the Consortium on Non-Traditional Security Studies, a network of research institutes and think tanks in Asia which aims to encourage innovative thinking about transnational security concerns in the region, and brought together representatives of UN member states, senior UN officials, academics and others from the policymaking community in New York.
The Global Observatory
In Egypt’s New 2013 Constitution, Are Women Equal Citizens?
Egyptian women and men will have to remain vigilant to ensure that any hard won freedoms are not sacrificed on the alter of stability, and that they are treated as dignified citizens rather than subjects of the state.
Key Global Events to Watch in December
A list of key upcoming meetings and events with implications for global affairs.
Top 10 Issues to Watch in 2013: The Multilateral Arena
Ten key issues that are likely to impact global affairs in international peace, security, and development.
The Global Observatory, produced by IPI, provides timely analysis on peace and security issues, interviews with leading policymakers, interactive maps, and more.
December 11, 2013
USG Haq: Human Rights Part of United Nations’ DNA
Human rights has become such an integral part of UN peacekeeping missions over the last decade that it is “part of our DNA,” said Ameerah Haq during a policy forum at the International Peace Institute on December 11th.
December 09, 2013
Muñoz: Investigating Benazir Bhutto’s Assassination
Heraldo Muñoz appeared at IPI on December 9th in a Beyond the Headlines event for his book Getting Away with Murder: Benazir Bhutto’s Assassination and the Politics of Pakistan.
December 02, 2013
Latin America Focus of Fourth ''Being a Peacekeeper'' Event
On December 2-3, IPI brought together 24 representatives from eleven Latin American countries with senior officials from the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations and the Department of Field Support to discuss the current state—as well as the future—of Latin American military and police contributions to UN peacekeeping operations.