The Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs is a private, not-for-profit, non-partisan, non-position-taking, open membership, public service association dedicated to citizen education in foreign affairs. It was founded in 1980 by broadly representative and distinguished community leaders. Lectures, seminars, discussions and studies are addressed to several audiences: established and developing leadership, international professionals, the attentive citizenry, youth, and not-yet attentive public.
The Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs is purely a local organization in programming, governance and support.
Dues are kept low so that all with an interest in American foreign policy and world affairs can join. Members may attend every address and accompanying receptions free of charge.
Contributing members are also invited to leadership dinners with speakers which follow programs.
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