Dallas Committee on Foreign Relations is a non-profit organization focused on exploring leading-edge developments in foreign affairs. Through our members and programs, we promote greater knowledge of global affairs and a better understanding of the people, policies and events impacting present and future directions.
"Since its very first meeting in 1987, DCFR has proven to be the single best forum in North Texas for the discussion of foreign policy…a discreet, substantive institution befitting the political and economic importance of the region."
Richard W. Fisher
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Founder, Dallas Committee on Foreign Relations
Mobile Changes Everything: U.S. Foreign Policy, Fragile States, Education, and Mobile Phones
- Ms. Leigh Anne Miller
- Director of West Coast, Pratham Institute
Mexico's Energy Reforms
- Dr. Duncan Wood
- Director, Mexico Institute, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
The German Moment
- Dr. Thomas Bagger
- Head of Policy, Planning, German Federal Foreign Office
Overdoing or Underdoing: Why Can't American Foreign Policy Do Better?
- Ambassador Steve Sestanovich
- Leading Council on Foreign Relations Expert on Russia/Ukraine, Author, "Maximalist: America in the World from Truman to Obama"
"A Foreign Policy Memo to Any U.S. President" by Elizabeth (Liz) Colton (CEO-DCFR) "...working to promote dialogue on foreign policy and its relationship to domestic concerns." http://www.capitalatplay.com/foreign-policy-memo-president/
"Saving Nature: Why Bother?" and "Influencing Environmental Policies at the International Level" were topics of talks by DCFR visitor-IUCN's Julia Marton-Lefevre hosted by Austin College in Sherman, TX, April 21. http://www.austincollege.edu/75342/cons