On a Spring 2013 AFPC-sponsored delegation to China, former Under Secretary Paula Dobriansky and the AFPC delegates meet with Mr. Zhang Zhijun, Minister of the Taiwan Affairs Office.
Former Under Secretary of State Amb. Robert G. Joseph (2nd from right) delivers the keynote address at AFPC's annual missile defense conference held in the Capitol Visitors Complex.
AFPC Director of South Asia Programs Jeff M. Smith (left) poses with Congressman Randy Forbes (R-VA), after Smith testified before a joint committee hearing of the House Armed Services and Foreign Affairs Committees.
AFPC Vice President Ilan Berman testifies before the House Homeland Security Committee at a July 2013 hearing on Iran’s activities and objectives in Latin America.
Mr. Rajnath Singh, President of the BJP and Mr. Ananth Kumar, Chairman of External Affairs Committee in India's parliament attend a July 2013 AFPC-sponsored dinner.
AFPC delegation leader Gov. Tom Ridge and members pose with Ivan Grachev, Chairman of the Committee on Energy of the Russian State Duma
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The Great War, Again?
By Ilan Berman
U.S. News & World Report
July 25, 2014
It was a century ago this summer – on June 28, 1914 – that Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip fired the "shot heard round the world," assassinating Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian empire, in Sarajevo. The killing served as a catalyst for conflict, bringing long-simmering tensions between various European nations to a boil. The result was a conflagration that was both global in scale and massive in its human toll. All told, more than 37 million souls perished in what became known as the "war to end all wars."
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