The Foreign Policy Initiative (FPI) is a neoconservative think tank begun in 2009 by William Kristol, the founder of the Project for the New American Century. FPI is, according to its website, "... promotes continued U.S. engagement -- diplomatic, economic, and military -- in the world and rejection of policies that would lead us down the path to isolationism; robust support for America's democratic allies and opposition to rogue regimes that threaten American interests; the human rights of those oppressed by their governments, and U.S. leadership in working to spread political and economic freedom; a strong military with the defense budget needed to ensure that America is ready to confront the threats of the 21st century; and, an international economic engagement as a key element of U.S. foreign policy in this time of great economic dislocation." 
- The Foreign Policy Initiative
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- Washington, DC 20036 ·
- (202) 296-3322 ·
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- Website foreignpolicyi.org
Principals and Staff 2012
|Jamie M. Fly Executive Director||Ellen Bork Director, Democracy and Human Rights||Patrick Christy Policy Analyst|
|Elizabeth GarnerExecutive Assistant||Rachel Hoff Director of Government Relations and Outreach||Rachael Johnson External Affairs Associate|
|Evan Moore Policy Analyst||Sarah Morgan Director of Operations and Development||Elise Stefanik Director of Communications and External Affairs|
|Robert Zarate Policy Director||Christian Whiton, former Policy Advisor|
|Board of Directors|
|Eric Edelman||Robert Kagan||William Kristol|
- Laura Rozen, PNAC 2.0?, The New Foreign Policy.com, March 26, 2009.
- Jeremy Scahill, Why Is the Center for American Progress Cavorting with Neocons? Oh, Right, Because They Are on the Same Team, Rebel Reports, April 2, 2009.