New Histories for Enduring Conflicts

AICGS is pleased to work together with the Carnegie Endowment and the Kennan Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Center with generous support from the Friedrich Ebert Foundation to host a one-day round table conference on January 15, 2015 on the role of historians and scholars in the resolution of protracted conflicts with competing historical narratives. Special attention will be given (in a “light touch” manner) to past successful cases, including those in which Germany and its neighbors have engaged in conflict resolution and historical reconciliation processes.

The three sessions are titled “Armenia-Turkey – History and 2015,” “Russia-Baltic States (with a special emphasis on Latvia),” and “Japan-Korea.”

Please contact Kimberly Frank at with any questions.

January 15, 2015