Foreign Policy Research Institute


Foreign Policy Research Institute

Type NGO
Year founded 1955
Headquarters Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States of America United States of America
Budget USD 1-4.9M
Functions Advocacy, Research
Funding sources Foundations or grants, Member funded
Tags international affairs
Summary The Foreign Policy Research Institute is dedicated to bringing the insights of scholarship to bear on the foreign policy and national security challenges facing the United States. It seeks to educate the public, teach teachers, train students, and offer ideas to advance U.S. national interests based on a nonpartisan, geopolitical perspective that illuminates contemporary international affairs through the lens of history, geography, and culture.

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The Shanghai Cooperation Organization Will Not Fill Any Vacuum in Afghanistan

FPRI · 30 September 2021 English

This article is part of a collaboration between the Foreign Policy Research Institute and the Oxus Society for Central Asian Affairs. In recent weeks, observers worldwide have debated whether or …

Steps to integrate Taiwan aligning

FPRI · 30 September 2021 English

Taipei Times The proverbial dam appears to be breaking with respect to countries’ view on Taiwan and its security. Throughout this summer, a number of countries and major international groupings …

What Can Georgia Learn from Ukraine’s Crimean Platform Summit?

FPRI · 29 September 2021 English

On August 23, the Crimean Platform Summit was held in Ukraine. Announced by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, the initiative has the goal of coordinating international efforts to de-occupy the Crimean …

The Legacy of 9/11 on African Civil Society

FPRI · 28 September 2021 English

The September 11, 2001, al Qaeda terror attacks on the United States are undoubtedly one of the deadliest attacks to be carried out by an extremist group. Nearly 3,000 people …

At a Crossroads: Indonesia’s Navy Modernization

FPRI · 27 September 2021 English

The sea has long shaped Indonesia’s strategic thinking. Its leaders have traditionally regarded the waterways running through their country’s 17,500 islands as both the sinew that binds those islands together …

German Voters Have Spoken: What Did They Say?

FPRI · 27 September 2021 English

On September 26, more than 60 million Germans voted to choose their next government. After 16 years in office, Angela Merkel was not on the ballot to lead her center-right …

9/11 and Africa: Reflecting on Two Decades of U.S.-Africa Policies and Interests

FPRI · 24 September 2021 English

The al Qaeda terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, reshaped U.S. and international security policies and signalled a new era in broader global relations. The attack‚ÄĒalong with many others that ‚Ķ

Namejs versus Zapad: Military Exercises on Both Sides of the Frontline

FPRI · 22 September 2021 English

Autumn is for military exercises. In September two major exercises have occurred in relative close geographic proximity, one in Latvia and the other in western Russia and Belarus. Latvia’s annual …

Foreign Competition in Guinea: The Scramble for Natural Resources

FPRI · 17 September 2021 English

Often referred to as Guinea-Conakry to distinguish itself from nearby Guinea-Bissau and Equatorial Guinea, as well as the Pacific Island nation of Papua New Guinea, the West African nation of …

Russia’s Forever Wars: Syria and the Pursuit of Great Power Status

FPRI · 15 September 2021 English

Download Russia’s War in Syria: Assessing Russian Military Capabilities and Lessons Learned September 2021 marks the sixth anniversary of the Russian Federation’s intervention in the Syrian civil war. A patient, …

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