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Innovative Foreign Policy

We believe that the United States should strive to further improve its relationship with other countries.

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To bring our vision to life, we set up luncheons, conferences, and other events with policymakers.

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We provide internships, fellowships, and workshops that are consistent with our objectives.

Recent Posts & Events

The National Interest Foundation Newsletter, Issue Three

June 16, 2019 | 0 Comments

The National Interest Foundation Newsletter Issue 3. June 16th, 2019 Around the World Tanker Explosion Pushes US-Iranian Tensions to New High Following explosions on two oil tankers, one Japanese-owned and the other Norwegian-owned, in the Gulf of Oman, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was quick to say that the explosions were the result of a…

The National Interest Foundation Newsletter, Issue Two

June 9, 2019 | 0 Comments

The National Interest Foundation Newsletter Issue 2. June 7, 2019 Welcome back to the National Interest Foundation’s newsletter! This week opened with the last days of Ramadan, Islam’s holiest month, which was followed by the holiday Eid al-Fitr. Celebrants gathered throughout the world, including the United States. It has been a busy time for policy…

Event: The Deal of the Century and Israeli Democracy: How Palestinian citizens of Israel are the key to peace in the Middle East

June 7, 2019 | 0 Comments

A luncheon discussion with Jafar Farah, Israeli Human Rights Activist and Founder of the Mossawa Center The National Interest Foundation is pleased to invite you to attend our luncheon discussion with Jafar Farah to examine how the recent Israeli election results will impact peace-building efforts. The White House announced that the Trump administration is going…

Key Insights from the EU Elections

May 31, 2019 | 0 Comments

On the 26th of May, the 2019 European Parliament elections came to a close. EU elections have been held every five years since 1979, with steadily decreasing turnout every election. This election reversed the trend, with an increase in turnout, but it seems to be more a reaction to the present state of the Union…