Backchannel: The Newsletter of FPRI

May 26, 2017

The Great Châteaux & Vineyards of the Bordeaux: An FPRI Travel Experience

Bordeaux Wines

FPRI, in coordination with Academic Arrangements Abroad, would like to invite you to take part in this once-in-a-lifetime cultural cruise through France’s rich Bordeaux region. This is the land of Eleanor of Aquitaine, Queen of France, Queen of England, and one of the most powerful and charming women of the Middle Ages. Bordeaux’s fame as a capital of culture and wine has only grown since her day. During the autumn vendange, ply the Dordogne, Garonne, and Gironde rivers, stepping ashore to admire timeless architecture, learn about contemporary politics and culture, meet local winemakers, and enjoy haute cuisine.

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April 18, 2017

Announcing The 2016 FPRI Annual Report

In these pages, we offer you a glimpse of FPRI in action in 2016. We published over 250 articles on a variety of FPRI platforms, making our work accessible to hundreds of thousands of people, spread over virtually the entire world, nearly every day. That doesn’t count the 60-plus media outlets where our scholars have written, been interviewed, or cited. We also hosted over 75 events – offering regular programming in seven venues.

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April 14, 2017

New Faces at FPRI

FPRI Loho

The Foreign Policy Research Institute welcomes three new individuals to its growing network of scholars, policymakers, and community leaders. Bernstein Wealth Management Financial Advisor Maureen F. Austin has been elected to the FPRI Board of Trustees; joining the Board of Advisors is Professor Kiron K. Skinner of Carnegie Mellon University; and Benjamin Katzeff Silbertstein joins […]

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April 14, 2017

FPRI Announces Publication of New Book

Does Democracy Matter

Does democracy matter? Is democracy on the defensive globally? If so, what can – or should – the United States do to support democracy throughout the world? Furthermore, should fostering democracy be a major goal of U.S. foreign policy? If not, what are the alternatives? If yes, how might we achieve this goal effectively? These […]

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