The Office of Public Liaison’s academic-focused Foreign Policy Classroom creates an opportunity for students to attend a relevant foreign policy briefing with a Department official at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC.

The Bureau of Global Public Affairs launched the Foreign Policy Classroom as one of its signature domestic outreach tools in 2012. The Classroom is in session year-round for all students and faculty members interested in elevating their knowledge of foreign policy priorities. As you continue in your future academic pursuits, we encourage you to expand your campus to include the U.S. Department of State by attending the Foreign Policy Classroom.

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Upcoming Foreign Policy Classroom Sessions

  • August 26 with the Bureau of Economics and Business Affairs Register Here
    Learn about the Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs (EB) that ensures the U.S. remains the world’s strongest and most dynamic economy.
  • September 2 with the U.S. Embassy in Senegal Register Here
    Join this briefing to learn from Foreign Service Officers from the U.S. Embassy in Senegal.
  • September 8 with the International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Register Here
    Learn about the INL Bureau and their work to keep Americans safe by countering crime, illegal drugs, and instability abroad.
  • September 10 with the Bureau of Economics and Business Affairs Pt 2
    Register Here
    Join us for a second session with the Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs (EB).
  • September 16 with the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs Register Here
    The Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs leads U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East and North Africa region through carefully administered diplomacy, advocacy, and assistance that advances the interests, safety, and economic prosperity of the American people.

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