Commitment to Action

Talking with the Enemy

Commitment by

Project on Justice in Times of Transition

In 2009, the Project on Justice in Times of Transition committed to research U.S. and international enemy negotiations with the intent to create a vibrant forum for policymakers, thought leaders, journalists, scholars and the general public. The Project adds to these on-going conversation through 'Talking with the Enemy,' a documentary film that seeks to uncover some of the strategic considerations that went into recent negotiations, and the creation of a learning community - both online and via academic classes at Tufts University.
To date, the project has collected interviews from a number of senior negotiators and Tufts University created a course to explore the history of US enemy negotiation since World War One.

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Commitment

Talking with the Enemy

Launched

2009

Est. Duration

3 Years

Estimated Total Value

$900,000

Region

Asia, Latin America & Caribbean, Middle East & North Africa

Countries

AFGHANISTAN, Cuba, Iran, IRAQ, MYANMAR, SRI LANKA, United States

Commitment by

Project on Justice in Times of Transition

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

National Security Archive, Tufts University