Delta Phi Epsilon Foreign Affairs Council

Delta Phi Epsilon Foreign Affairs Council The Foreign Affairs Council is the alumni network, foreign policy forum, and educational foundation of the Delta Phi Epsilon Professional Foreign Service Fraternity and Sorority. The Council is a member-supported 501(c)(3) organization.

The DPE Society for Foreign Affairs is a Washington, DC-based 501(c)(3) organization founded by alumni of the Delta Phi Epsilon Professional Foreign Service Fraternity and Sorority. The Society supports practitioners, academics, and students through grant programs, policy and networking events, and scholarly publications. The Society hosts an annual foreign policy symposium and publishes the Delta Phi Epsilon Journal of Foreign Affairs, as well as special events and materials on ethics and professional responsibility in international affairs. The Society is an independent, member-supported nonprofit separate from the Delta Phi Epsilon Professional Foreign Service Fraternity and Sorority.

Mission: The Delta Phi Epsilon Society is dedicated to supporting the practice and study of foreign affairs and international business by current and future generations of diplomats, officers, scholars, and professionals.

10/07/2019
William Hubbard, "Rising Star Award"

American University DPE Pi Chapter Founder Will Hubbard receiving his 2019 AU Alumni Association "Rising Star Award". Hubbard's influence on AU from 2009 to 2019 was instrumental, his influence on DPE is humbling. Thank you for your service Brother!

https://youtu.be/M_hOjTbSZz4

AU Alumni Awards 2019

We are extending the DPE-AFSA Mentoring Program deadline by one week! Signup by Friday, October 4 to be a mentor or rece...
09/27/2019
FAC-AFSA Mentoring Program

We are extending the DPE-AFSA Mentoring Program deadline by one week! Signup by Friday, October 4 to be a mentor or receive mentoring.

Go to dpeforeignaffairs.org/mentoring for more information.

Learn more about our joint FAC-AFSA mentoring program for students and young professionals. Become a mentor or sign up to be a mentee today.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: We're looking for a few volunteers with Salesforce experience to help us stay in touch with members a...
09/25/2019
Salesforce implementation help needed for international relations education group!

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: We're looking for a few volunteers with Salesforce experience to help us stay in touch with members and supporters and to help us build a new members-only site using Salesforce Community Cloud. Find out more on Idealist.org at the link below.

The Delta Phi Epsilon Foreign Affairs Council (DPE-FAC), a DC-based 501(c)(3) organization, recently received ten donated licenses to use Salesforce's core relationship management software. We now nee

International Affairs and Public Policy Graduate School FairSeptember 19, 2019, 6:00 - 8:00pm, Marvin Center, The George...
09/06/2019
APSIA: Graduate School Fair, DC

International Affairs and Public Policy Graduate School Fair
September 19, 2019, 6:00 - 8:00pm, Marvin Center, The George Washington University, 800 21st St NW. Register today and answer your questions about:

· application requirements,
· curricula and joint degrees,
· financial aid, and
· career opportunities.

Representatives of 20+ APSIA - Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs members will be available to connect with prospective students. You can learn about master's, mid-career, and PhD programs around the world.

APSIA fairs can help you take the next step in your career! Meet admissions officers from APSIA member schools Discuss admissions requirements, curricula, financial aid packages, joint degree programs, and career opportunities Collect application information Exhibitors: American University School of...

Registration is now open for our 2019-2020 Foreign Affairs Mentoring Program, organized in partnership with the American...
08/26/2019
FAC-AFSA Mentoring Program

Registration is now open for our 2019-2020 Foreign Affairs Mentoring Program, organized in partnership with the American Foreign Service Association. Delta Phi Epsilon-affiliated students and alumni are encouraged to register by September 27.

The Foreign Affairs Mentoring Program pairs university students and recent graduates with members of the U.S. Foreign Service, as well as alumni of the Delta Phi Epsilon Professional Foreign Service Fraternity and Sorority who work in a variety of fields.

Learn more about our joint FAC-AFSA mentoring program for students and young professionals. Become a mentor or sign up to be a mentee today.

PhD Candidates: applications for the NATO Defense College's 2020 fellowship programs are open until July 31. Learn more ...
07/16/2019
Research

PhD Candidates: applications for the NATO Defense College's 2020 fellowship programs are open until July 31. Learn more and apply at http://www.ndc.nato.int/research/research.php?icode=4&fbclid=IwAR2Vqr5ZiCcK9wcyX9HptWsiMF2VD0vMR-rzcuizKIACE4LMjhUFZgLqYDc

Fellowship Programmes English Français Eisenhower (NATO) Fellowship Application Form (ENG/FRA) PARTNERS Fellowship Application Form (ENG/FRA) Fellowship Terms and Conditions (ALL, ENG) Calling period OPEN Applications for the 2020 Fellowships (ALL) will be accepted until 31 July 2019. The NATO Defe...

How should management consulting companies from democratic countries engage with illiberal regimes? Does the promise of ...
05/28/2019
All the King’s Consultants

How should management consulting companies from democratic countries engage with illiberal regimes? Does the promise of assisting economic reform outweigh legal, ethical, and reputational risks? Let us know what you think below.

Experts play valuable and highly visible roles advising leaders in wealthy liberal democracies and international institutions. But far less is known about what they do—and to what effect—for authoritarian regimes and developing countries.

CALL FOR PAPERS: Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center is collecting policy papers on a rolling basis for its Homeland ...
04/26/2019
Call for Homeland Security Papers

CALL FOR PAPERS: Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center is collecting policy papers on a rolling basis for its Homeland Security Project. Proposals should be no more than 1 page, identify a specific topic and concrete policy recommendations, and be tailored for a general audience. For more details, see the Center's website: https://www.belfercenter.org/publication/call-homeland-security-papers

The Homeland Security Project at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs is pleased to announce the creation of a paper series examining current and critical issues in homeland security. The Homeland Security Project seeks a variety of viewpoints, and the paper...

Today in Foreign Affairs: former National Security Council and U.S. Department of State official, Dr. Kori Schake, argue...
04/24/2019
Back to Basics

Today in Foreign Affairs: former National Security Council and U.S. Department of State official, Dr. Kori Schake, argues for a GI Bill for the Foreign Service as part of a foreign policy revamp.

What's your view? Share your thoughts in the comments.

The United States doesn't need a radical foreign policy overhaul. The pillars of U.S. strategy for the past 70 years—committing to the defense of countries that share U.S. values or interests, expanding trade, upholding rules-based institutions, and fostering liberal values internationally—have ...

Why SECNAV is launching Naval University
02/19/2019
Why SECNAV is launching Naval University

Why SECNAV is launching Naval University

The Pentagon hopes to combine the education efforts for both enlisted and officer personnel under a single Department of the Navy university that’s accredited to grant diplomas, from associate degrees up to advanced post-graduate work.

We want to make sure you're getting the right information from us at the right time in the right way. Let us know how yo...
02/18/2019
DPE-FAC 2019 Technology Survey

We want to make sure you're getting the right information from us at the right time in the right way. Let us know how you think we should do that by taking this five-minute survey.

The DPE-FAC Board of Governors is working on improvements to FAC's systems for relaying news and program and event announcements, as well as systems to make it easier for DPE members to connect and communicate with each other. We'd like your input on what's working, what's not, and what you'd like u...

Thank you to everyone who came out to the DC alumni happy hour! Our next get-together is March 15. We hope to see even m...
02/16/2019

Thank you to everyone who came out to the DC alumni happy hour! Our next get-together is March 15. We hope to see even more of you there!

02/13/2019

Our website is currently down for maintenance this morning. We apologize for the inconvenience, but we'll be back soon!

Your Sunday reading: this week, the crisis in Venezuela deepened as an opposition government and the Maduro regime compe...
01/27/2019
Juan Guaidó: Venezuela’s Interim President

Your Sunday reading: this week, the crisis in Venezuela deepened as an opposition government and the Maduro regime compete for legitimacy. Moises Rendon of the CSIS | Center for Strategic & International Studies explains the crisis and lays out next steps.

On January 23, 1958, Venezuelans came out to protest, overthrowing the military dictatorship governing the country at the time. Democracy and prosperity followed, making Venezuela one of the wealthiest and most sophisticated countries in the region. Yesterday, just like 61 years ago, Venezuelans mar...

01/07/2019

MENTORING UPDATE: Our partners at the American Foreign Service Association have finished matching mentor-mentee pairs. If you signed up, check your inboxes for an email reconfirming your interest. Thanks again to everyone who signed up for this pilot!

AFSA has put together a great roster of mentors, including six ambassadors and several senior State Department officials. Get excited!

12/21/2018

FYI: We're moving our website to a new host! Access to the site may be disrupted for the next 48 hours during the changeover. Thanks for your patience!

Curious about public international law? Learn more about the workings of the International Court of Justice with the cou...
12/05/2018
ICJ Toolkit

Curious about public international law? Learn more about the workings of the International Court of Justice with the court's new interactive primer: https://www.icj-cij.org/en-basic-toolkit#1

This basic toolkit provides a brief overview of the International Court of Justice, the principal judicial organ of the United Nations, which has its seat in The Hague, the Netherlands. It was produced as part of a joint enterprise between the Registry of the Court and Pax Initiative. It is made ava...

Post-docs and professors: applications are now open for Bridging the Gap's International Policy Summer Institute. Apply ...
12/03/2018
International Policy Summer Institute | Bridging the Gap

Post-docs and professors:
applications are now open for Bridging the Gap's International Policy Summer Institute. Apply by January 28, 2019.

IPSI is a weeklong professional development program for professors (all ranks) and post-docs in the field of international affairs.

This Cyber Monday, do your regular Amazon shopping at smile.amazon.com/ch/81-2222560 and AmazonSmile donates to Delta Ph...
11/26/2018

This Cyber Monday, do your regular Amazon shopping at smile.amazon.com/ch/81-2222560 and AmazonSmile donates to Delta Phi Epsilon Foreign Affairs Council. Donations from Amazon support Delta Phi Epsilon faculty grants, scholarships, and more.

Tonight we heard about the Uyghur Crisis in the Xinjiang Autonomous Region in the People’s Republic of China. The Uyghur...
11/16/2018

Tonight we heard about the Uyghur Crisis in the Xinjiang Autonomous Region in the People’s Republic of China. The Uyghur ethnic group is facing ethnic and cultural cleansing.

Here are actions you can take:
1. Write to your Senators and Representative to support the Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act of 2018
2. Write to the White House to ask the President to sign the Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act after it is passed.
3. Learn more at www.UyghurAmerican.org or www.uhrp.org

Thank you to Delta Phi Epsilon at The George Washington University for hosting this event.

This Veterans Day is special for Delta Phi Epsilon and the FAC. DPE began as a community of First World War veterans, wh...
11/11/2018
Veterans Day 2018 Message

This Veterans Day is special for Delta Phi Epsilon and the FAC. DPE began as a community of First World War veterans, who would see their time in combat end on this day in 1918. Many more DPE alumni have since followed their example. Read this year's Veterans Day message from Brandon Krapf, our President and a U.S. Army veteran.

Today we not only honor those who have served their country, but also reflect on the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, a conflict that shaped Delta Phi Epsilons founders and led to the creation of our community.

Outreach visits to Delta Phi Epsilon Professional Foreign Service Fraternity and Sorority chapters. If you would like FA...
11/07/2018

Outreach visits to Delta Phi Epsilon Professional Foreign Service Fraternity and Sorority chapters.

If you would like FAC to talk to your chapter, reach out to Chris Hard at [email protected].

Outreach visits to Delta Phi Epsilon Professional Foreign Service Fraternity and Sorority chapters.

If you would like FAC to talk to your chapter, reach out to Chris Hard at [email protected].

Explore the range of #internationalaffairs and #publicpolicy programs at leading schools during the @APSIAinfo’s graduat...
11/07/2018

Explore the range of #internationalaffairs and #publicpolicy programs at leading schools during the @APSIAinfo’s graduate school fair Online 15 November! Register today at bit.ly/APSIA18

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The DPE Foreign Affairs Council is a policy forum, alumni network, and educational foundation founded by alumni of the Delta Phi Epsilon Professional Foreign Service Fraternity and Sorority. The Council supports practitioners, academics, and students through grant programs, policy and networking events, and scholarly publications. The Council hosts an annual foreign policy symposium, publishes the Delta Phi Epsilon Journal of Foreign Affairs, and produces special events and materials on ethics and professional responsibility in international affairs and international business. The Council is a strategic partner of the American Foreign Service Association. The Council is an independent, member-supported nonprofit separate from the Delta Phi Epsilon Professional Foreign Service Fraternity and Sorority. The Council is a registered 501(c)(3) organization.

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