Princeton Committee of FPRI

Princeton Committee of FPRI

In 2012, FPRI established a Princeton Committee to bring experts and policymakers in foreign affairs together with individuals who seek a deeper understanding of the complex issues confronting us today.  The format for these briefings, to be held in Princeton, is an intimate, salon-like setting in which participants may interact and exchange views with experts to a degree and depth not attainable in public forums. The Princeton Committee is directed by John R. Haines, trustee of the Foreign Policy Research Institute.

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Save These Dates for the Spring 2015 Season:

Thurs, Feb 19: Stephen Kotkin on The Untold Story of Joseph Stalin, and Reflections on Russia Today
Thurs, Mar 26: Amin Tarzi on Afghanistan: The New Realities
Thurs, Apr 16: Richard Immeman on The Hidden Hand: A Brief History of the CIA

6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Present Day Club, 72 Stockton Street, Princeton (unless otherwise noted)
Open exclusively to Members of FPRI (and spouses) at the Sponsors Level ($250).


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