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AFPC Senior Vice President Ilan Berman interviewed on Al-Hurra
Media Appearances - June 11, 2018
 

AFPC Senior Vice President Ilan Berman interviewed on Al-Hurra

 
Digital Dictators: Media, Authoritarianism, and America's New Challenge
Conferences - May 22, 2018
 
 
AFPC Senior Fellow for U.S. Foreign Policy Lawrence Haas interviewed on CTV
Media Appearances - March 19, 2017
 

AFPC Senior Fellow for U.S. Foreign Policy Lawrence Haas interviewed on CTV 

 
AFPC Senior Fellow for Russia Stephen Blank interviewed by Voice of America
Media Appearances - January 19, 2017
 

AFPC Senior Fellow for Russia Stephen Blank interviewed by Voice of America

 
A DEBATE: When Should the U.S. Use Force Abroad?
Other Events - September 26, 2016
 

 THE AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY COUNCIL (AFPC) INVITES YOU TO ATTEND A DEBATE:

When Should the U.S. Use Force Abroad?

Sep. 26 | 11:45 AM - 2:00 PM | Sen. Dirksen Building Room 106

* LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED *

Seating is limited. Please RSVP to events@afpc.org

 
AFPC Senior Fellow for Europe and Eurasia interviewed on Deutsche Welle on Germany's Interior Minister in Washington [German]
Media Appearances - July 12, 2013
 

AFPC Senior Fellow for Europe and Eurasia interviewed on Deutsche Welle on Germany's Interior Minister in Washington

 
AFPC Vice President Ilan Berman interviewed by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency regarding human rights sanctions against Russia and the state of the "reset" with Moscow. [
Other Events - November 13, 2012
 
 
AFPC Hosts Senior Chinese Delegation in DC
Delegations - December 15, 2008
 

From December 9-14, AFPC hosted a six person delegation of senior Chinese officials in Washington, DC. The delegation was led by Mr. Zhang Zhijun, Vice Minister of the CPC Central Committee’s International Department - a position roughly equivalent to an American Under Secretary of State.

 
Russian Leaders Discover America AFPC Coordinates Congressional Part of Library of Congress Program
Delegations - October 1, 1999
 

The Library of Congress’ Russian Leadership Program (RLP) got off with a bang in the summer of 1999 when over 2,000 Russian officials visited the U.S. AFPC coordinated the congressional part of the program, co-chaired by Rep. Roger Wicker (R-MS-1) and Rep. Bud Cramer (D-AL-5).  Delegations were hosted by 32 members of Congress.