Putin's Predicament: Politics, Economics, and Foreign Policy in Russia
Thursday, September 27, 6:00pm
The Cosmopolitan Club | 122 East 66th Street
Professor Timothy M. Frye
Marshall D. Shulman Professor of Post-Soviet Foreign Policy
Chair, Department of Political Science
The NCAFP Mourns the Loss of Thomas J. Moran
NEW YORK, August 13, 2018 – The National Committee on American Foreign Policy and its Board of Trustees mourn the passing of Thomas J. Moran, a long-time friend, benefactor and Trustee. His rigorous and exceptional leadership in the peace and reconciliation process on the island of Ireland, engagement with representatives of both nationalist and unionist traditions, as well as the Catholic and Protestant communities, were instrumental in the pursuit of peace and justice in Northern Ireland. A superb leader of Mutual of America, his keen eye for business and his endlessly affable wit made him both a successful negotiator and ever-faithful conciliator. We offer our deepest condolences to his wife, Joan, and his loving family on the loss of this great leader and humanitarian.
Report - U.S.-Japan-Russia Trilateral Conference
On March 14-15, 2018, the NCAFP hosted the third round of a U.S.-Russia-Japan Trilateral Conference in New York City.
Participants from the three countries discussed visions for the future of Northeast Asia; U.S.-Russia relations in the region; the unique challenges posed by North Korea; concepts for regionalism; and the means to reconcile political interests and strategies in the region. All agreed that greater cooperation between the United States, Japan and Russia, as well as with other countries of the region, is critical to ensure stability, security and economic development.
A U.S.-China Strategic Dialogue Report
On March 26, 2018 the NCAFP held its annual U.S.-China Strategic Dialogue in New York, bringing together respected Chinese and American scholars, experts and policy practitioners. The discussion took place at a time of rising tension in Sino–U.S. relations, brought on by fear of a looming trade war and by Trump administration policy statements defining China as a rising power which seeks to shape a world antithetical to American interests.