Posted by: mulrickillion | November 3, 2011

INVITATION: 2011 AFPC Conference on "Missile Defenses and American Security"

The American Foreign Policy Council

invites you to attend its 2011 conference on

Missile Defenses and American Security

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.

Cannon House Office Building, Room 122

Light refreshments will be served
RSVP is required; please contact or call 202-543-1006


Congressman Michael Turner (R-OH-3)
Chairman, House Armed Services Committee Strategic Forces Subcommittee

Dr. Mark Schneider
Senior Analyst, National Institute for Public Policy

Dr. Richard Weitz
Director, Center for Political-Military Analysis, The Hudson Institute

Mr. Peter Huessy
Senior Fellow in National Security Affairs, American Foreign Policy Council

About AFPC
For nearly three decades, the American Foreign Policy Council (AFPC) has played an important role in the U.S. foreign policy debate. Founded in 1982, AFPC is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing information to those who make or influence the foreign policy of the United States. AFPC is widely recognized as a source of timely, insightful analysis on issues of foreign policy, and works closely with members of Congress, the Executive Branch and the policymaking community. It is staffed by noted specialists in foreign and defense policy, and serves as a valuable resource to officials in the highest levels of government.



  1. […] Policy; Richard Weitz, Hudson Institute; and Peter Huessy, American Foreign Policy Council, “Missile Defenses and American Security.” Sponsored by the American Foreign Policy Council. 122 Cannon House Office Building, […]

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