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The Future of Track-Two Diplomacy

In a world where traditional interstate diplomacy often misses critical dynamics of global affairs, such as the influences of religion and culture, there are increasing calls to buttress, or bypass altogether, traditional diplomacy in favor of society-centered "track-two diplomacy." This Doyle Undergraduate Fellows course explored whether and how the United States can more effectively engage civil society abroad to advance foreign policy goals.

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Transcending Traditional US Foreign Policy: Track Two Diplomacy and the Challenge of Global Religious Diversity

Transcending Traditional US Foreign Policy: Track Two Diplomacy and the Challenge of Global Religious Diversity

2011
This report was researched and written by Undergraduate Fellows as part of their Spring 2011 class "The Future of Track-Two Diplomacy." In the class, students examined critical case studies and conducted original research organized around student interviews with government and NGO experts,...

Interviews

A Discussion with Maryann Cusimano Love, Associate Professor of Politics at the Catholic University

May 22, 2011
Background: As part of the Future of Track-Two Diplomacy Undergraduate Fellows Seminar, in fall 2010 Valerie Oliphant interviewed Maryann Cusimano Love, Associate Professor of Politics at the Catholic University of America, about the intersections of US foreign policy, religion, and Track II...

A Discussion with Ziad Asali, Founding President of the American Task Force on Palestine

May 22, 2011
Background: As part of the Future of Track-Two Diplomacy Undergraduate Fellows Seminar, in fall 2010 Sara Moufarrij interviewed Dr. Ziad Asali, founding president of the American Task Force on Palestine, about the intersections of US foreign policy, religion, and Track II diplomacy.

A Discussion with Ambassador Stapleton Roy

May 22, 2011
Background: As part of the Future of Track-Two Diplomacy Undergraduate Fellows Seminar, in fall 2010 Sara Moufarrij interviewed Ambassador Stapleton Roy, about the intersections of US foreign policy, religion, and Track II diplomacy.

A Discussion with Paul Wee, Professorial Lecturer at George Washington University

May 22, 2011
Background: As part of the Future of Track-Two Diplomacy Undergraduate Fellows Seminar, in fall 2010 Saaliha Khan interviewed Paul Wee, Professorial Lecturer at George Washington University, about the intersections of US foreign policy, religion, and Track II diplomacy.

A Discussion with Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, Chairman of the Cordoba Institute

May 22, 2011
Background: As part of the Future of Track-Two Diplomacy Undergraduate Fellows Seminar, in fall 2010 Saaliha Khan interviewed Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, Chairman of the Cordoba Institute, about the intersections of US foreign policy, religion, and Track II diplomacy.

A Discussion with Imam Yahya Hendi, Founder of Clergy Beyond Borders

May 22, 2011
Background: As part of the Future of Track-Two Diplomacy Undergraduate Fellows Seminar, in fall 2010 Saaliha Khan interviewed Imam Yahya Hendi, founder of Clergy Beyond Borders and Muslim chaplain at Georgetown University, about the intersections of US foreign policy, religion, and Track II...

A Discussion with Jill Sternberg, Peace Activist

May 22, 2011
Background: As part of the Future of Track-Two Diplomacy Undergraduate Fellows Seminar, in fall 2010 Proshanti Banerjee interviewed Jill Sternberg, peace activist and co-founder of the Peace and Democracy Foundation, about the intersections of US foreign policy, religion, and Track II diplomacy.

A Discussion with Robert Cekuta, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Energy, Sanctions and Commodities

May 22, 2011
Background: As part of the Future of Track-Two Diplomacy Undergraduate Fellows Seminar, in fall 2010 Nora Hajjar interviewed Robert Cekuta, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Energy, Sanctions and Commodities, about the intersections of US foreign policy, religion, and Track II diplomacy.

A Discussion with Michael J. Green, Senior Advisor and Japan Chair, Center for Strategic and International Studies

May 22, 2011
Background: As part of the Future of Track-Two Diplomacy Undergraduate Fellows Seminar, in fall 2010 Mary Siebenaler interviewed Michael J. Green, Senior Advisor and Japan Chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and an associate professor at Georgetown University, about the...

A Discussion with Canon Andrew White, President of the Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East

May 22, 2011
Background: As part of the Future of Track-Two Diplomacy Undergraduate Fellows Seminar, in fall 2010 Mary Siebenaler interviewed Canon Andrew White, president of the Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East (FRRME) and Anglican pastor of St. George's Church in Baghdad, about...

A Discussion with Thomas Banchoff, Director, Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs

May 22, 2011
Background: As part of the Future of Track-Two Diplomacy Undergraduate Fellows Seminar, in fall 2010 Lucy Stephenson interviewed Thomas Banchoff, director of the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs, and Associate Professor in the Government Department and the School of Foreign...

A Discussion with Catherine Cosman, Senior Policy Analyst, US Commission on International Religious Freedom

May 22, 2011
Background: As part of the Future of Track-Two Diplomacy Undergraduate Fellows Seminar, in fall 2010 Emily Gaard interviewed Catherine Cosman, Senior Policy Analyst with the US Commission on International Religious Freedom, about the intersections of US foreign policy, religion, and Track II...

A Discussion with Peter Steinfels, Co-director, Fordham Center on Religion and Culture

May 22, 2011
Background: As part of the Future of Track-Two Diplomacy Undergraduate Fellows Seminar, in fall 2010 Brandon Butterworth interviewed Peter Steinfels, Fordham University professor and co-director of the Fordham Center on Religion and Culture, about the intersections of US foreign policy, religion,...

A Discussion with Christopher Voss, Managing Director, Insite Security's Kidnapping Resolution Practice, and Consultant, Triad Consulting Group

May 22, 2011
Background: As part of the Future of Track-Two Diplomacy Undergraduate Fellows Seminar, in fall 2010 Brandon Butterworth interviewed Christopher Voss, Managing Director of Insite Security's Kidnapping Resolution Practice, a consultant with the Triad Consulting Group, and a retired FBI agent,...

A Discussion with Thomas Getman, Executive Director for International Relations, World Vision (retired)

May 22, 2011
Background: As part of the Future of Track-Two Diplomacy Undergraduate Fellows Seminar, in fall 2010 Ana Cenaj interviewed Thomas Getman, former executive director for international relations at World Vision, about the intersections of US foreign policy, religion, and Track II diplomacy.