American Foreign Policy Council [AFPC] Law and Legal Definition

The American Foreign Policy Council (AFPC) is a United States non-profit organization dedicated to bring information to those who make or influence the foreign policy of the country and to assist world leaders with building democracies and market economies.

The AFPC seeks to advance the security and prosperity of the U.S.:

a. providing primary source information, as well as policy options, to persons and organizations who make or influence the national security and foreign policies of the U.S.;

b. arranging meetings and facilitating dialogue between American Statesmen and their counterparts in other countries; and

c. fostering the acceptance and development of representative institutions and free market economies throughout the world in a manner consistent with the Constitution, the national interest, and the values of the U.S.