In the Media
Turkey Will Never Recognize the Armenian Genocide, Foreign Policy, June, 2021
Professor of Practice David Wood and Hans Gutbrod argue in Foreign Policy that Armenia and the Armenian diaspora should reframe the genocide – and the wider suffering that accompanied the end of the Ottoman Empire – as a shared history, with a shift in diplomacy to encourage engagement by Turkish society. Surveying has shown that a majority of Turkish people would be willing to explore their troubled past if it were reframed inclusively. This ethical approach to political remembrance, while difficult, has a greater chance of success, would be good for Armenia, and would be good for Armenian-Turkish relationships.
Policy Opinions and Editorials
David Wood, Hans Gutbrod: Turkey Will Never Recognize the Armenian Genocide, Foreign Policy, June, 2021
David Wood, Joseph Huddleston: The best way to help Yemenis survive might not be what aid organizations think, (Collaboration between CPCS and Diplolab), The Washington Post, April, 2021
Joseph Huddleston, David Wood: Conflict Has Changed Yemen's Economy - What that Means for Peace, (Collaboration between CPCS and Diplolab), Political Violence at a Glance, April, 2021
Fredline M'Cormack-Hale: Africans want elections, but fewer believe they work, The Washington Post, February, 2021
Joseph R Huddleston: Biden Can Backtrack on Trump's Move in Western Sahara, Foreign Policy, Jan, 2021
Sara Bjerg Moller: It will take more than a Biden Victory to Solve NATO's Strategic Malaise, War on the Rocks, September, 2020
Zheng Wang: The US-China Relationship is a Shakespearean Tragedy, The Diplomat, August, 2020.
R. Joseph Huddleston Can John Bolton Thaw Western Sahara's Long-Frozen Conflict?, Foreign Policy, May, 2019
Reconciliation through the media
The Center is supporting ongoing media work on COVID-19 in Libya through the Health Diplomacy in Libya project. This media work has the purpose of building public support for a national response to COVID-19 across the conflict divide. The We Are All Responsible Network members bring together health care workers from all parts of the country. The Network's weekly Scientific Information sessions and Best Practice Case Study sessions have been effective at providing needed information on the current conditions on the ground, as a contribution to efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19.
This important work has attracted national Libyan media stations on both sides of the political divide to broadcast stories on the efforts of the We Are All Responsible Network. Network members have held over 20 media interviews in support of national unity of the healthcare sector and in combating Covid-19. They have appeared multiple times on Libya TV (Bel Merssd), Al-Hadath (Al-Hadath) and Al Wasat (Hadaa al Masaa). Particularly critical to highlight is the representation of the Network members from all parts of Libya on both Western and Eastern media programs, presenting a united front in building bridges across conflict divides.
To learn more about the Center's work in Libya, please click here.
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Zheng Wang: Western Companies Face Nationalist Backlash in China over Criticism from Home Countries, PBS Newshour, May 2021
Zheng Wang: China Thinks ‘Patriotic Education’ Built a Loyal Generation. But in Hong Kong? Not so Fast, Washington Post, November 29, 2019.
Zheng Wang: Analysis: The Politics Of National Humiliation In The Trump-Xi Meeting, NPR, June 25, 2019.
Zheng Wang: PBS Great Decision, China’s Maritime Build-Up, PBS, summer 2017.
Zheng Wang: North Korea Holds Military Parade Away From World’s Eyes, Bloomberg, February 7, 2018.
Zheng Wang: Experts: US-China Relationship Pivotal in 2017, VOA News, January 30, 2017.