The Foreign Policy Initiative

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The Foreign Policy Initiative (FPI) is a neoconservative think tank begun in 2009 by William Kristol, the founder of the Project for the New American Century. FPI is, according to its website, "... promotes continued U.S. engagement -- diplomatic, economic, and military -- in the world and rejection of policies that would lead us down the path to isolationism; robust support for America's democratic allies and opposition to rogue regimes that threaten American interests; the human rights of those oppressed by their governments, and U.S. leadership in working to spread political and economic freedom; a strong military with the defense budget needed to ensure that America is ready to confront the threats of the 21st century; and, an international economic engagement as a key element of U.S. foreign policy in this time of great economic dislocation." [1]


The Foreign Policy Initiative
11 Dupont Circle, NW · Suite 325
Washington, DC 20036 ·
(202) 296-3322 · ·

Principals and Staff 2012

Jamie M. Fly Executive Director Ellen Bork Director, Democracy and Human Rights Patrick Christy Policy Analyst
Elizabeth Garner Executive Assistant Rachel Hoff Director of Government Relations and Outreach Rachael Johnson External Affairs Associate
Evan Moore Policy Analyst Sarah Morgan Director of Operations and Development Elise Stefanik Director of Communications and External Affairs
Robert Zarate Policy Director Christian Whiton, former Policy Advisor
Board of Directors
Eric Edelman Robert Kagan William Kristol
Dan Senor
FPI: Staff[2]

External Articles


  1. FPI: About Us
  2. Accessed: 21 February 2012
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