In keeping with its mission to offer educational programs that address security challenges facing the United States, the National Committee on American Foreign Policy organizes public briefings, panel discussions and lectures by prominent government and former government officials and foreign policy experts.
NCAFP’s ongoing public series include:
The Angier Biddle Duke Lecture Series
Aaron David Miller offered the 2014 Angier Biddle Duke lecture
Established to the honor the memory of past NCAFP president Angier Biddle Duke, this lecture series features distinguished government officials, public figures or thought leaders in the foreign policy community. Duke Lecturers have included General Brent Scowcroft; H.R.H. Prince Zeid Ra’ad Zeid Al-Hussein; Ambassadors Thomas R. Pickering, Frank G. Wisner, John Negroponte, Winston Lord, and Richard C. Holbrooke; and Dr. Aaron David Miller.
U.S. Security in the 21st Century
Brigadier General Blaine D. Holt explains 21st century challenges facing the U.S. military
Addressing some of the most critical security issues currently facing the United States, these programs have featured active and retired military personnel, policy planners, intelligence officials, and information security experts.
The George D. Schwab Foreign Policy Briefings
Professor Gary Sick shares his thoughts on the 2015 Iran nuclear deal with a West Point cadet
Designed to generate thoughtful discussion of ongoing foreign policy matters in a balanced, nonpartisan manner from the perspective of the United States, this series has included briefings on the Middle East, Russia and U.S.-European relations.
Since its establishment in 1974, the National Committee on American Foreign Policy has demonstrated a commitment to promoting human rights, supporting our allies, and advancing the interests of the United States."