About Foreign Policy:

The Foreign Policy center covers a massive array of topics, featuring a scope unmatched by any other center. From the misdeeds of the Olympic Committee to the NSA's role in security to instability in the Middle East, Foreign Policydeals with how the United States interacts with the international community and reacts to foreign policies. The Foreign Policy center has also connected with countless fascinating speakers and scholars in the past, including former Prime Minister of Iraqi Kurdistan, Dr. Barham Salih, Adlai E. Stevenson Professor of International Affairs, Robert Jervis, and Indian American conservative political commentator and columnist Derek Khanna. The Foreign Policycenter appeals to everyone who wants to make the world safer, freer, and more prosperous for everyone, whether it be through human rights policies or military reform or a plethora of other options. For the 2016-2017, we're looking to make the Center as rewarding as possible by reaching out to the United Nations, the Council on Foreign Relations, the NYPD's Counterterrorism division, and many other organizations who can help us learn something new about America's place in the world.

Previous Publications:

"Developing Mutually Beneficial Agreements between Multinational Mining Companies and Local Communities" by Ademali Sengal

"Expanding the Scope of Military Accessions Vital to the National Interest" by Alexander Chen

"Making 'Secret Law' Less Secret" by Connor Haseley