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The Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) launched the Foreign Influence Election 2020 (FIE2020) project in the summer of 2019. The project seeks to protect the 2020 U.S. presidential election from foreign interference by filling gaps in data, knowledge, and understanding of how foreign powers seek to degrade American institutions, elected officials, and presidential candidates.
The Foreign Policy Research Institute is pleased to announce the creation of the Luxenberg Education Fund. The Fund will honor FPRI President Alan Luxenberg’s 44 years of service to FPRI and his deep commitment to civic education.
The Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI) will present its 15th Annual Benjamin Franklin Award for Public Service to H. R. McMaster at its 2019 Annual Dinner on Thursday, November 14, at the Union League of Philadelphia.