Forbes Interviews Ambassador Rosemary A. DiCarlo
NCAFP President Rosemary A. DiCarlo was recently interviewed by Kathy Caprino of Forbes as part of her series "Women, Leadership, and Vision." The wide-ranging interview covered a multitude of topics pertaining to women in leadership positions, specifically with regard to those important in shaping U.S. foreign policy.
In one small excerpt, Ambassador DiCarlo shared: "I suppose if I had to define my legacy, this would be it – to be someone who devoted her life to this great country’s purpose in the world, trying to make the world a little bit safer and better connected wherever I could. If I have inspired a single other to adopt this worldview and work within this framework, I will consider it a success." Click Here to Read the Full Interview
Two New Reports from FAPS on Northeast Asian Security & Cross-Taiwan Strait Relations
The Forum on Asia-Pacific Security (FAPS) of the National Committee on American Foreign Policy (NCAFP) has recently held two Track 1.5 conferences on regional security concerns.
On May 26, 2016, FAPS co-hosted with the Korea Society a U.S.-Republic of Korea-China-Japan Quadrilateral dialogue to discuss the regional balance of power and what to do about urgent security concerns, such as North Korea's nuclear program. For more information on the conference and to read the report, please click here. On June 1-2, 2016, FAPS hosted a conference in cooperation with the Taiwan Affairs Office of the PRC State Council, to discuss U.S.-China relations and cross-Taiwan Strait relations. For more information on the conference and to read the report, please click here