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General Announcements - July 31, 2014
Warren Hoge, IPI Senior Adviser for External Relations, tells Al Jazeera America that an imminent ceasefire in Gaza is unlikely because of the unwillingness of both sides in the conflict, Israel and Hamas, to accept one, and the difficulty that poses for UN and US efforts to obtain a halt in the fighting.
Panel Discussions - July 17, 2014
The European Union is among the strongest supporters of UN peacekeeping missions around the globe, but the growing challenges faced by UN-led operations have raised the need for better EU-UN cooperation, both on the ground and at the planning level.
Policy Papers - July 16, 2014
The Gulf of Guinea has become notorious for violence, conflict, and political instability, which often have origins in bad governance, corruption, and failures of social and economic development. How can national governments and multilateral organizations best respond?
Meeting Notes - July 08, 2014
More than 600 peace agreements have been concluded since 1990, and nearly 120,000 peacekeepers were deployed in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Interventions based on Chapters VI and VII of the UN Charter have correlated with reductions in violence and conflict, yet our knowledge is still very limited about why, how, and which instruments and tools available to peacebuilders
Conferences - July 07, 2014
The sixth annual African Junior Professionals Fellowship Program at IPI brought ten African scholars to New York for a month-long familiarization with the United Nations and the related think tank community, from July 7-31 2014.
Speaker Events - July 01, 2014
Hilde Johnson, the outgoing Head of the UN Mission in the Republic of South Sudan (UNMISS), gave an overflow IPI audience a dramatic account of the challenging situation that has faced the United Nations in the country since the eruption of mass violence at the end of last year.
Speaker Events - June 25, 2014
From Iraq to Syria, from energy to counterterrorism, Iran and the United States share many common interests across the Middle East and ought to put aside their decades of hostility, said author and former Iranian diplomat Seyed Hossein Mousavian.
Panel Discussions - June 23, 2014
With the Central African Republic (CAR) steeped in ethnic and inter-religious violence, a group of UN officials, government representatives, and members of civil society gathered at IPI on June 23rd and discussed the best way forward for the war-torn country.
Conferences - June 22, 2014
The 2014 Advanced Course in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, held June 22-25, led an array of international diplomats through three days of in-depth lectures, negotiation and public speaking exercises.
Speaker Events - June 18, 2014
The human rights situation in Ukraine is deteriorating, with the number of unlawful detentions, casualties, and enforced disappearances increasing across the country, according to the latest UN report released by the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in Geneva and at IPI on June 18th.
The Global Observatory
Lessons of pre-WWI alliances, nationalism, and crises can help East Asia defuse its tensions today.
A list of key upcoming meetings and events with implications for global affairs.
A list of ten key issues to watch that are likely to impact international peace and security in 2014, compiled by IPI's Francesco Mancini.
September 25, 2014
IPI Remembers Margaret Vogt