New York Center For Foreign Policy Affairs (NYCFPA) is an American based policy, research and advocacy organization with official registration as an LLC organization in New York State and office in Washington D.C, London and Lebanon. NYCFPA is an independent Center devoted to conducting in-depth study and research on every aspect of the American Foreign Policy and its impacts on international conflicts as well as in the context of contemporary world development.
The U.S. Foreign Policy is a key player internationally on diplomatic, political, strategic and economic levels; NYCFPA undertakes the mission to examine the different elements impacting the U.S. foreign Policy. The Center works to develop and disseminate new concepts that foster greater understanding of important foreign policy, defence and security affairs. The Center seeks to work with decision makers and governments in Europe, Middle East and the US.
To be a world leading think tank in the areas of Foreign Policy, Defense and Security by providing high calibration recommendations and advice to governments and decision makers.
Our mission is to conduct high-quality, research and, based on that research, to provide innovative, practical recommendations that advance for governments and international agencies. We seek to Bridge the gap between American Foreign a Policy and Foreign Policy of American pear there in Europe and the Middle East.
New York Center For Foreign Policy Affairs (NYCFPA) focuses on key international issues such as Security, Defence, Political Economy and Counterterrorism. Our work examine the aforementioned topics in context of:
– Middle East
– Latin America
– Through its publications, media appearances and conferences, the NYCFPA and it’s partners stimulates debate on public and foreign policies across the US, Europe and other parts of the world.
– To become a reference point in the debate of ideas and public policies focused through our recommendations and publications.
– To produce the right policy recommendation for Government Agencies as well as decision makers in the Senates and the Congress. We seek to make sure that the American foreign policy is sound and only in the interest of American people and international peace.