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AFPC Vice President Ilan Berman interviewed by Voice of America Turkish Service regarding Syria-Turkey tensions and political developments in Egypt
Media Appearances - June 28, 2012
 

AFPC Vice President Ilan Berman interviewed by Voice of America Turkish Service regarding Syria-Turkey tensions and political developments in Egypt.

 
AFPC Senior Fellow for Europe and Eurasia E. Wayne Merry cited by NEWS.am regarding the Nagorno-Karabagh conflict.
Media Appearances - May 31, 2012
 

AFPC Senior Fellow for Europe and Eurasia E. Wayne Merry cited by NEWS.am regarding the Nagorno-Karabagh conflict.

 
Agence France-Presse interviews AFPC Senior Fellow in China Studies Joshua Eisenman on the likelihood of Chinese activist Chen Guancheng departing China for the US
Media Appearances - May 6, 2012
 

Agence France-Presse interviews AFPC Senior Fellow in China Studies Joshua Eisenman on the likelihood of Chinese activist Chen Guancheng departing China for the US

 
North Korea Expert at AFPC
Delegations - December 16, 2011
 

On Thursday, December 15, AFPC hosted a roundtable discussion with Dr. Andrei Lankov, Professor at Kookmin University in Seoul. 

 
Chinese Regional Head Visits Washington
Delegations - June 9, 2011
 

On June 8, AFPC hosted a senior political and economic delegation from China in Washington, DC. 

 
Former National Security Advisor Leads Delegation to China
Delegations - June 8, 2010
 

From May 30 to June 5, AFPC hosted a delegation to China led by the Hon. Robert  McFarlane, former National Security Advisor (Reagan), and including; Ms. Michelle Van Cleave, former National Counterintelligence Executive; Mrs. Charlotte Ponticelli, former Deputy Undersecretary for International Affairs, U.S. Department of Labor; and the President of the American Foreign Policy Council, Herman Pirchner, J

 
AFPC and Heinrich Boell Foundation Host Capitol Hill "China in Africa" Conference
Conferences - April 29, 2008
 

On April 28th, 2008, AFPC and the Heinrich Boell Foundation co-sponsored a seminal conference on China’s expanding influence in Africa. The conference, entitled “Current Developments and Trends in China’s Relations with African Countries,” served as an opportunity for participants to review the policy findings and recommendations developed by AFPC Fellow in Asia Studies Joshua Eisenman and Ambassador David Shinn during their research study on China's relations with African countries. Their research will culminate in a co-authored book on China-Africa relations to be published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.

 

 
Gov. Tom Ridge leads AFPC Delegation to China
Delegations - October 28, 2005
 

A fourteen-member American Foreign Policy Council (AFPC) delegation visited China from October 28th to November 5th. The delegation, led by former Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge, included William Schneider, Jr., Chairman of the Defense Department’s Defense Science Board, former Assistant Secretary for Homeland Security Susan Neely, AFPC President Herman Pirchner, Jr. and AFPC Vice President John Wobensmith.

 
Second Annual Ukrainian Roundtable a Success
Conferences - November 4, 2002
 

Since last year’s presidential crisis in Ukraine, the importance of U.S.-Ukrainian relations has taken on a new significance.  Not only is Ukraine delicately balanced between East and West it is also one of the five largest recipients of U.S. foreign aid.  Yet the country is too often considered only in the shadow of her Russian neighbor.

 
AFPC Hosts Russian Duma Members in Washington
Delegations - April 13, 2000
 

The American Foreign Policy Council has recognized the importance of supporting institutions, not personalities, as Russia tries to find its way.  AFPC has long promoted ties between the legislative branches of Russia and the U.S. to help develop separation of powers in Russia, and to inform the U.S. Congress better about Russian developments.