London Center for Policy Research Cordially invites you to a Special Event
April 30, 2013
London Center for Policy Research
On Monday, May 13th, 2013 the London Center for Policy Research will
inaugurate its activities with a dinner at the Union League Club honoring
Norman Podhoretz (noted author, scholar, Presidential Medal of Freedom
recipient and former editor of Commentary Magazine) and Midge Decter (top
selling author, scholar and recipient of the National Humanities Award).
They will receive the American Liberty Award, conferred on them for their
untiring leadership in promoting the fundamental principles on which our nation was founded.
Honorary Host Committee
Hon. Henry Kissinger, Hon. John Bolton, Hon. Donald Rumsfeld, Rep. Pete King, Rep. Tom Petri, John Catsimatidis, Charlene Haroche, Roger & Susan Hertog, Ruth King, Deroy Murdock, Jack Rosen, Joseph Schmuckler, William Siegel, Paul Singer, Paul Teller and John Wohlstetter.
Monday, May 13, 2013
6:30pm Reception, 7:00pm Dinner
Union League Club
38 East 37th Street
New York, NY 10016
Tables at this special event are $5000
Individual Sponsorships are $500 for one ticket
Please mail checks to: The London Center for Policy Research
10 West Street, #20E, New York, NY 10004
Contributions are tax deductible
The London Center for Policy Research (LCPR) has been organized to engage in research on the key policy issues of our time: national security, energy and risk analysis. The mission of this center is to challenge conventional wisdom where appropriate, add texture to the current debate on the issues cited above and build support for positions that further the national interest.
While there may be foreign policy organizations that seem to dominate the debate in the areas to be focused on, there is a need for a think-tank less partisan and less wedded to establishment orthodoxies than the well known foreign policy institutions. Moreover, the transnational suppositions of the present administration deserve examination and review that have only been observed only in the breach. Similarly, energy alternatives - discussed and re-discussed - have not gained the traction they deserve and have not been linked to foreign policy perspectives. It should also be noted that risk analysis has often been bypassed by both private investors and government officials when they launch programs in foreign countries, a point demonstrated by failed policies throughout Africa.