- Mr. Steven Feldstein is receiving the 2023 Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order for his book The Rise of Digital Repression: How Technology Is Reshaping Power, Politics and Resistance (Oxford University Press, 2021). In his book Feldstein examines how governments in China, Thailand, Ethiopia and the Philippines have used a wide range of digital tools such as internet shutdowns,… … Read More
- - April 13 - Dinner Meeting, Vincenzo's: Dr. Robert Sutter, Professor of International Affairs, George Washington University, on U.S.-China relations. … Read More
- The next Book Club meeting will be Monday April 10, 7:00 pm, at the home of Walt and Jamie Swyers, 203 Council Road, Louisville, KY 40207. We will be reading Cobalt Red: How the Blood of the Congo Powers Our Lives, by Siddarth Kara (St. Martin's Press, 2023). … Read More
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Welcome to the Louisville Committee on Foreign Relations (LCFR) website. Since 1938, the LCFR has been working to help advance public dialogue on foreign relations. Our members are drawn from the highest levels of the diplomatic, academic, political, military and scientific communities.
The mission of the Louisville Committee on Foreign Relations is to promote a high-level, non-partisan dialogue on American foreign policy and foreign affairs in the Louisville metropolitan region. The LCFR seeks to promote a more informed foreign policy by bridging the divide between broader public opinion and the established foreign policy making community.