Track II Diplomacy: A Road Less Traveled

With decades of experience at the front lines of Track II diplomacy, JHU SAIS Foreign Policy Institute Fellow Randa Slim sheds light on how committed groups and leaders can make progress toward resolving conflict even when official talks have broken down.

The Iron Curtain. The 1994 North Korea crisis. The Syrian Civil War. These are just a few of the monumental issues in which Track II diplomacy has played a critical role.

What, precisely, is this road less traveled? Watch now to learn the four conditions that must obtain, the key opportunities afforded, and the critical challenges that face Track II diplomacy.

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