What kind of country do we want to be in the world? This basic question is now the focus of widespread concern and debate in the United States. At stake is the fundamental legitimacy of U.S. foreign policy. As poll after poll indicates, our foreign policy enjoys neither the broad support and confidence of the American public. Read more
For nearly six years the United Nations Association of the U.S.A. and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund have co-convened a private "Track II" dialogue between former U.S. foreign policy officials and experts and a group of senior Iranian academics and policy advisors.
Stephen Heintz, president of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, speaks at the New America Foundation's forum, "Terrorism, Security and America's Purpose: Towards a More Comprehensive Strategy" in Washington, D.C.
The Global Interdependence Initiative is pleased to announce publication of its three-year- report, "From Values to Advocacy: Activating the Public's Support for U.S. Engagement in an Interdependent World."