NYCFPA: World without Soleimani is now Safer

New York Center for Foreign Policy Affairs condones the American assassination of Qasim Soleimani, giving that Soleimani is a very dangerous military figure in Iran, behind Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and has been playing a very negative role in supporting conflict in the middle east and funding of proxies in different countries. Consequently, this endangers the […]

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Seminar on Lebanon Crisis at the National Press Club in Washington DC

WASHINGTON, DC – On Monday, December 2nd at 1:00pm at The National Press Club, the New York Center for Foreign Policy Affairs (NYCFPA) conducted a discussion panel on the recent uprising in Lebanon, its implications for the region, and the U.S. policy moving forward. The panel was moderated by Steven M. Schneebaum (Interim Director of […]

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NYCFPA: Latest Attacks on Idlib Worsening Already Dire Humanitarian Situation

New York Center For Foreign Policy Affairs expressed its grave concern regarding the ongoing assaults by Syrian government forces backed by Russia that have been started from February 2019 against densely-populated areas, medical and health facilities and schools in Idlib province, the northwestern corner of Syria. As reported, these appalling attacks killed and injured thousands […]

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NYCFPA Condemns Iraqi Government Crackdown on Peaceful Protests

Iraq’s latest wave of protests erupted on 1 October 2019 when Iraqis took to streets in their thousands in Baghdad and across the country decrying the country’s deteriorating economic conditions, widespread government corruption, unemployment, and lack of basic services and denouncing Iraq’s ruling Islamic parties and their Iranian allies. Iraqi protesters called for toppling  Adel […]

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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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NYCFPA Condemns UAE Support of Military Intervention in Aden

Washington DC – Wednesday– (08-14-2019) – New York Institute for foreign Policy Affairs (NYCFPA): The United Arab Emirates is putting in place its plan to remove a significant number of troops in Yemen. This move was first announced June 28th as part of a tactical and strategic redeployment plan. On July 4th, The UAE completely […]

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NYCFPA Calls On Iran to Release the British Ship

Washington DC – Wednesday– (08-14-2019) – New York Institute for foreign Policy Affairs (NYCFPA): The United Kingdom and Iran are taking steps toward releasing the Iranian tanker impounded in Gibraltar, a British overseas territory. This could prompt Tehran to free a British-flagged vessel it subsequently seized. This could defuse tensions between the two countries. Gibraltar […]

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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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