Foreign Policy Research Institute

FPRI

Foreign Policy Research Institute

Type Research Center
Website fpri.org
Year founded 1955
Location 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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FPRI: Foreign Policy Research Institute · 18 January 2023 English

Bottom Line Joe Biden and Fumio Kishida agreed that the US-Japan alliance has never been stronger. Washington enthusiastically endorsed revisions to Tokyo’s national security strategy aimed at making Japan stronger …


FPRI: Foreign Policy Research Institute · 9 January 2023 English

Bottom Line Coup d’états have taken place over the last three years in the West African states of Mali, Guinea, and Burkina Faso. Military governments are still in place in …


FPRI: Foreign Policy Research Institute · 6 January 2023 English

Executive Summary When the People’s Republic of China’s president and Chinese Communist Party General Secretary Xi Jinping took power in 2012, he publicly acknowledged that the Party faced an existential …


FPRI: Foreign Policy Research Institute · 5 January 2023 English

Editor’s note: The Russian invasion of Ukraine has arguably been the most significant geopolitical event of 2022. Beginning with Dov Zakheim’s comments in the


FPRI: Foreign Policy Research Institute · 4 January 2023 English

Bottom Line Japan’s new National Security Strategy (NSS) contains several groundbreaking commitments, including plans to deploy long-range counterstrike capabilities and to raise defense spending to 2 percent of gross domestic …


FPRI: Foreign Policy Research Institute · 3 January 2023 English

Bottom Line The most defining feature of international terrorism in 2023 will be its diversity, reflected by the broad array of ideologies and grievances motivating plots and attacks. The challenge …


FPRI: Foreign Policy Research Institute · 23 December 2022 English

As the Russian-Ukrainian War enters the winter, Ukrainians have reason to be cautiously optimistic about the course of the war. Following a strategic


FPRI: Foreign Policy Research Institute · 22 December 2022 English

Bottom Line The US-Africa Leaders Summit—which included delegates from forty-nine countries and the African Union—was held in Washington, D.C., from Dec. 13–15, 2022. The summit focused on deepening and expanding …


FPRI: Foreign Policy Research Institute · 20 December 2022 English

Will Russia survive until 2084? Readers may recognize the query as an allusion to Andrei Amalrik’s historic 1969 essay, “Will the Soviet Union Survive Until


FPRI: Foreign Policy Research Institute · 20 December 2022 English

Bottom Line Given Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, there’s an urgent need to rethink how NATO as a political organization needs to be upgraded. The growing importance of energy security and …


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