NYCFPA Urges American Administration to Condemn UAE Support for Terrorist Groups in Yemen

Washington DC – Tuesday – (04-30-2019) – New York Institute for foreign Policy Affairs (NYCFPA) calls on American leaders to condemn The United Arab Emirates for supporting Terrorist Groups in Yemen. A CNN investigation released in early February of this year found that the military intervention in Yemen led by Saudi Arabia and the United […]

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A Closer Look at the American-Egyptian Relations Over the Last Two Decades

The United States and Egypt have had a longstanding, relationship filled with several events over the last several decades. Relations between the US and Egypt have been grounded in a mutual commitment to promoting peace, safety, stability and prosperity throughout the Middle East. However, what do the relations between these two countries look like over […]

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American Foreign Policy in the Middle East: How Can This Administration Help Solve the Syrian Crisis?

In December 19, 2018, people all around the world were shocked to hear President Trump’s announcement of an immediate withdrawal of American forces in Syria. This news especially hit some Israelis hard. Yaakov Amidror, a former national-security adviser to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke out, sharing, “with this withdrawal, the United States abandons Syria and […]

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NYCFPA Calls on President Trump to Ensure NATO is Strong in the Face of Russia

Washington DC – Wednesday – (04-17-2019) – New York Center for foreign Policy Affairs (NYCFPA) calls on President Trump to take prompt action to ensure that NATO is strong in face of Russia. After a long and thorough investigation into Russia’s involvement with the 2016 Presidential election, the Mueller report was finally released this week. […]

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NYCFPA Calls on President Trump to end U.S. support in Saudi-led war in Yemen

Washington DC – Tuesday – (04-08-2019) – New York Institute for Foreign Policy Affairs (NYCFPA) calls on President Trump to take prompt action to back the recent vote in Congress to end U.S. support in the Saudi-led war in Yemen. Under the War Powers Act, the House passed the vote by a 247 to 175. […]

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