Center for National Policy

Founding Year: 1981

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Budget:

Peter Kovler (Chairman)

The Center for National Policy is a nonprofit public policy think-tank “dedicated to advancing the economic and national security of the United States.” It “promotes civil dialogue around innovative and practical solutions that demonstrate America’s capacity for renewal.” CNP tackles “emerging global threats as well as homeland and national security issues” and strives to “strengthen national resilience by inspiring and guiding Americans to better withstand, recover from, and adapt to chronic risks and periodic catastrophes.”

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Center for National Policy contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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