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Experts from the U.S. Institute of Peace tackle the latest foreign policy issues from around the world in this weekly podcast. Sponsored by USIP and Sirius XM.

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Experts from the U.S. Institute of Peace tackle the latest foreign policy issues from around the world in this weekly podcast. Sponsored by USIP and Sirius XM.

    A Brief Hiatus

    A Brief Hiatus

    Hello On-Peace Listeners.  Please note that after 160 episodes, the On-Peace podcast will be taking a brief hiatus. We look forward to bringing you more great analysis from our incredible team of USIP experts soon. In the meantime, thank you as always for tuning into On-Peace.

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    Lucy Kurtzer-Ellenbogen on Israel’s Political Crisis

    Lucy Kurtzer-Ellenbogen on Israel’s Political Crisis

    As Israel heads toward a fourth elections in two years, USIP’s Lucy Kurtzer-Ellenbogen says the incoming Biden administration will need to engage in a “balancing act” to “navigate this situation and not start off with a rocky, tempestuous relationship.”

    • 12 min
    Jacob Stokes on China’s Influence in South Asia

    Jacob Stokes on China’s Influence in South Asia

    Home to about 2 billion people, South Asia has become a strategic focal point for China’s growing global influence. USIP’s Jacob Stokes says to properly counterbalance Beijing in the region, the United States should focus “less about responding to China … and more engaging with the states of South Asia.”

    • 9 min
    Steve Hege on Venezuela’s Elections

    Steve Hege on Venezuela’s Elections

    Last weekend’s legislative elections proved to be “by no means fair or credible,” says USIP’s Steve Hege. To get the country back on track, Hege says a new U.S. administration will “have to work with the opposition and generate within the Venezuelan people some degree of belief in electoral politics.”

    • 8 min
    Scott Smith on U.S. Troop Withdrawal from Afghanistan

    Scott Smith on U.S. Troop Withdrawal from Afghanistan

    With news of a breakthrough in Afghan peace talks, USIP’s Scott Smith warns that future troop withdrawal should “switch from a time-based deadline approach to a conditions-based approach” because if the Taliban believe withdrawal is inevitable, “they have no incentive to compromise.”

    • 11 min
    Knox Thames on the State of Global Religious Freedom

    Knox Thames on the State of Global Religious Freedom

    As global restrictions on faith reach all-time highs, USIP’s Knox Thames say the United States must continue to be a vocal leader in combatting persecution and pursuing religious freedom, saying, “I think the time is right … anything we say goes out like a megaphone to the rest of the world.”

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