As we begin our 42nd year, the National Committee on American Foreign Policy (NCAFP) looks forward to continuing our quality programs on contemporary security challenges for the academic, policy and business communities. Upcoming programs feature leading thinkers and government officials. We are also committed to creating opportunities for senior U.S. and foreign officials, former officials and experts to engage in discussions designed to ease tensions, mediate conflicts and solve problems through our Track I ½ and Track II initiatives.
In 2016 the NCAFP will further its efforts to build peace and stability in the Asia-Pacific, advance U.S. relations with Russia, explore solutions to the ongoing crisis in the Middle East, and seek ways to secure cyberspace. We will also host thought-provoking programs on the evolving international order and the U.S. role in shaping the future.
We are grateful to all of our members, supporters and participants for their involvement. Please take a moment to explore our new website. We hope to see you at an upcoming program.
Rosemary A. DiCarlo
President and Chief Executive Officer