Center for Conflict Analysis and Prevention [USIP] Law and Legal Definition

The Center for Conflict Analysis and Prevention (CAP) is a part of the U.S. Institute of Peace (USIP) that designs and manages the Institute's efforts to prevent the outbreak of violent conflict. The CAP conducts timely, policy-relevant analysis of countries and regions where the threat to peace and stability is particularly acute. It also conducts research, identifies best practices, develops new tools for anticipating, analyzing, and prevents violent conflict, and supports related training and education efforts.