Center for International Policy
Center for International Policy

Founding Year: 1975

Staff: 7

Budget: $ 4.7m (2019)

Nancy Okail (President and CEO)

An independent nonprofit center focused on “research, public education and advocacy on U.S. foreign policy”. It strives to promote human rights and solve global challenges through international cooperation. CIP aims at making peace, justice and sustainability the focus of the U.S. foreign policy by promoting a more cooperative, transparent and demilitarized approach to the U.S.’ international relations.




Center for International Policy contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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