American Foreign Policy Council

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The American Foreign Policy Council is an American conservative non-profit U.S. foreign policy think tank operating in Washington, D.C., since 1982. Its foreign and defense policy specialists provide information to members of US Congress, the Executive Branch, and the US policymaking community, as well as world leaders outside the US .In addition, AFPC publishes strategic reports and other reports monitoring the policy progress of other countries from a conservative standpoint . Common topics include security as well as the ongoing status of democracy and market economies in countries of interest.Programs and projectsCentral Asia Counterterrorism ProjectLaunched in 2006, the American Foreign Policy Council's Central Asia Counterterrorism Project was designed to provide American politicians and journalists with new sources of information from Central Asia about ways to effectively wage the “war of ideas” against radical Islam, drawing on the Central Asian experience with the phenomenon. The project culminated in December 2006 with the publication of Central Asian Responses to Radical Islam in order to assist with the continuing war against radical Islam.China and East Asia ProgramThe American Foreign Policy Council China and East Asia Program is recognized in Washington and internationally as a catalyst for critical analysis on political, military and social developments in and related to the People's Republic of China and its neighbors. The program centers around three main initiatives- US-China delegations, publications and conferences, and the China Reform Monitor.

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