Open Letter to House Committee on Homeland Security,

Date: 19 Oct 2019  Ref: OL- CO-30 To: US Representative Mr. Max Rose House Committee on Homeland Security, Chair, Subcommittee on Intelligence and CounterterroristWashington, DC Office1529 Longworth HOBWashington, DC 20515Phone: (202) 225-3371   Subject: UAE handing over America Weapons to Terrorist groups and Violent Militias In Yemen, urgent action required. Dear Mr. Rose, I’m writing on behalf of the […]

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NYCFPA: US weapons will now be a threat to American interest in Middle East

The New York Center for Foreign Policy Affairs (NYCFPA) is deeply concerned about what is happening in Yemen where American-made weaponry ended up in the hands of terrorists and militia groups funded and managed by Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates .  CNN has revealed yesterday that American Weapons including heavy armed vehicles  and other weaponry ended up in the hands of terrorist groups […]

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East Africa- Development and Political Challenges

This briefing will focus on women’s political participation and developmental growth and issues concerning women in East Africa and surrounding areas. Rachel will discuss recent USG legislation in this area, the Women’s Entrepreneurship and Economic Empowerment Act of 2018 and the Women’s Development and Prosperity Initiative. Saskia will focus on women’s political participation in the […]

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Miami Event on American Foreign Policy in Iran

A workshop organized by the New York Center For Foreign Policy Affairs (NYCFPA) was held in Miami, Florida, to discuss United States foreign Policy in the Middle East, particularly on Iran. The meeting discussed the sanctions imposed on the country for the last few years with special focus on Trump era.  The workshop analyzed the […]

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Trump Administration Announces New Immigration Regulation

Washington DC – Monday– (08-12-2019) – New York Institute for foreign Policy Affairs (NYCFPA): Today, the Trump administration released a new regulation that potentially could dramatically cut the number of legal immigrants allowed to enter and stay in the United States on whether they are “self-sufficient,” according to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. This […]

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Pentagon Releases New Report on ISIS Resurgence

Washington DC – Monday– (08-06-2019) – New York Institute for foreign Policy Affairs (NYCFPA): The Islamic State terrorist group is resurging in Syria even as the United States withdrew troops, and is strengthening its insurgent capabilities in neighboring Iraq, a US Defense Department watchdog said today. This resurgence comes less than five months after President […]

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Defying Sanction Threats from the US, Turkey Receives Russian Missiles

Washington DC – Friday– (07-12-2019) – New York Institute for foreign Policy Affairs (NYCFPA): Defying strong objections from the United States and threats of sanctions, Turkey began receiving the first shipment of a sophisticated Russian surface-to-air missile system on Friday. The shipment arrived in an airbase in the capital Ankara on Friday, the Turkish defense […]

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Foreign Policy, Human Rights, Humanitarian Aid

In December 1948, The United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights was voted on by the majority of the UN General Assembly. It was rooted in President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s “Four Freedoms” – freedom of religion, freedom from want, freedom from fear, and freedom of speech and expression. The document asserted that respect for and […]

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Senate Intel Releases Report on Russian Interference in US 2016 presidential election

Washington DC – Friday– (07-26-2019) – New York Institute for foreign Policy Affairs (NYCFPA): The Senate Intelligence Committee has released its long-awaited bipartisan report on the 2016 presidential election in regards to security and Russian interference. The report is 67 pages long and is heavily redacted. The Senate panel, which has been investigating interference for […]

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NYCFPA Speaks at a Forum in Madagascar

View Post While on the partnership trip in Madagascar, New York Center for Foreign Policy Affairs was invited to speak at a forum at Save Give and Invest in Madagascar. Several other NGO’s from the Washington D.C. area were also there to share their expertise. The forum focused on women’s entrepreneurship and political participation. NYCYFPA […]

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