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Announcing the Black Sea Initiative at FPRI


January marks the one year anniversary of the Eurasia Program at FPRI. Building on the successful first year of our Baltic Initiative, we have launched a second region-specific initiative. ...

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What to Read on President Trump by FPRI


These articles span the timeline of Donald Trump’s journey to the oval office – written during his fight for the Republican Party nomination and his campaign against Hillary Clinton ...

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Advice to the New President – Presenting the Winter 2017 Issue of Orbis: FPRI’s Journal of World Affairs


Mackubin Thomas Owens

This special issue of Orbis features articles by FPRI associates offering “Advice to the Next President.” Written before the election, these essays offer recommendations for national security affairs in ...

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FPRI’s Program on the Middle East Report on 2016


The Program on the Middle East at FPRI was not only extremely productive in 2016, but the research and insights of its scholars achieved local, national, and global recognition. ...

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Preview of FPRI Calendar for Winter – Spring 2017


The Foreign Policy Research Institute is pleased to provide this preview of our spring season of events but first we would like to note some changes in our formats. ...

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Announcing an FPRI Symposium — 25 Years since the Fall of the USSR: Where is Eurasia Headed?


The Foreign Policy Research Institute is proud to announce that its Eurasia Program will be hosting a one day symposium at the Union League of Philadelphia on 25 ...

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FPRI’s Most Viewed Articles of 2016


Michael A. Reynolds, Joseph Braude, Naveed Jamali, Colin Dueck, Alex Roland, Hal Brands, John R. Haines, June Teufel Dreyer, Felix K. Chang

We present below the most viewed articles of 2016. All but one of the articles was written in 2016, with the exception of a 2009 essay written by Alex ...

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Announcing FPRI’s 2017 Military History Institute: Why Does America Go To War?


  PHILADELPHIA, PA – The Foreign Policy Research Institute is proud to announce its 13th Annual Military History Institute Weekend in coordination with the First Division Museum at Cantigny ...

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FPRI Holiday Shopping List


This holiday season, consider purchasing books written by FPRI scholars and fellows for your friends, family, and colleagues. You can also purchase them an FPRI baseball hat – or ...

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Invest in an Informed Citizenry this #GivingTuesday


If we don’t understand the past, then we cannot understand the present, much less the future. ...

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