Meeting: China: Confrontation or Cooperation?

Chicago Temple Building 77 West Washington Street, Chicago, IL, United States

Join Chicago Area Peace Action, the Quincy Institute, and CODEPINK for a discussion about what’s going on between China and the United States, and how communities like ours can work to encourage diplomacy and cooperative engagement - and to avoid the horrors of war.

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Webinar: The Coup in Niger and U.S. Policy in the Sahel

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On July 26th, a military coup led by General Abdourahmane Tchiani deposed elected Nigerien President Mohamed Bazoum. This has triggered condemnation in Washington and a threat from the West African regional organization Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to intervene militarily and restore Bazoum to power. What is to be made of the threat […]

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Book Talk: Russia’s Foreign Policy: Change and Continuity in National Identity

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The Russian invasion of Ukraine and the historical claims that have accompanied it have drawn new attention to Russian understandings of history, of Russia’s place in the world, and in particular of Russia’s historical relations with the West and with Ukraine. To analyze this critically important subject, Anatol Lieven, director of the Eurasia Program at […]

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Webinar: Two Years On: What is the Path Forward in Ukraine?

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As Russia’s invasion stretches into its third year, optimism about Ukraine’s prospects in the war is diminishing steeply.  What realistically can be achieved on the battlefield?  Is a diplomatic settlement possible or even desirable?  What actions should the United States take to prevent Ukrainian defeat, preserve Ukrainian independence and protect American security? Join the Quincy Institute's George Beebe, Director […]

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