On Peace

U.S. Institute of Peace experts discuss the latest foreign policy issues from around the world in this brief weekly collaboration with SiriusXM‘s POTUS Channel 124. In about 10 minutes, each episode of On Peace distills ...more

Latest Episodes

August 16, 2023 00:11:11
Episode Cover

Dean Cheng on China-Philippines Confrontations in the South China Sea

Tensions between China and the Philippines over control of Second Thomas Shoal have become the focal point of China’s increasingly aggressive efforts to assert...

Listen

August 08, 2023 00:10:16
Episode Cover

Mary Speck on Guatemala’s Watershed Elections

Ahead of the country’s second-round presidential elections later this month, USIP’s Mary Speck explains how judicial interference has injected chaos into the country’s democratic...

Listen

August 01, 2023 00:10:17
Episode Cover

Frank Aum on the Need for Diplomacy with North Korea

In the 70 years since the Korean War armistice, mutual deterrence has emerged as the prevailing strategy for preventing conflict on the peninsula. But...

Listen

July 24, 2023 00:10:01
Episode Cover

Heather Ashby on Moscow’s Diplomatic Approach to the Russia-Africa Summit

After pulling out of a U.N.-backed grain deal, Russia may be looking for ways to ship more grain and fertilizers to African countries ahead...

Listen

July 18, 2023 00:15:34
Episode Cover

Andrew Cheatham on the Resurgence of the Nonaligned Movement

Rather than reinforce the Nonaligned Movement’s perception of a zero-sum choice between the U.S. and other great powers like China, the U.S. should work...

Listen

0

July 12, 2023 00:16:25
Episode Cover

Donald Jensen on What the NATO Summit Means for Putin

The NATO summit cleared major hurdles for Sweden to join the alliance and offered a consensus for Ukraine’s eventual accession. With Moscow still dealing...

Listen
Previous Next