The Boston Committee on Foreign Relations is a member organization established in 1946 in cooperation with the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, and currently affiliated with the American Council on Foreign Relations in Washington, DC. Its purpose is to encourage enlightened discussion of international affairs and U.S. foreign policy. It takes no policy positions and is open to members of all political views. The BCFR’s membership is drawn from the leadership ranks of the region’s business, financial, academic, and legal communities and from the local diplomatic corps.
|Dec 13, 2017 Lunch
Director, Korea Working Group, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
The Kim Regime’s Accumulated Learning in Evading Sanctions: Implications for US Policy Toward North Korea
Jan 17, 2018 Lunch
Director, Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Faculty Chair, China Programs, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
What Does General Secretary Xi Jinping Dream About?
Feb 1, 2018 Dinner
Azerbaijani Ambassador to the US
Why the US Needs Azerbaijan as the Hub of the New Silk Road
Feb 28, 2018 Lunch
Former Secretary of Defense
Perspectives on National Security