Salt Lake Committee on Foreign Relations

 The Salt Lake Committee on Foreign Relations (SLCFR) became a part of the Council on Foreign Relations in 1942 as one of the 37 committees established throughout the country.
The New York Council on Foreign Relations was originally created in 1938 as a non-profit and non-partisan membership organization devoted to improving the understanding of American foreign policy and international relations.

In 1995 the organizational structure was changed and a new non-profit association, The American Committees on Foreign Relations, (ACFR) was established, which included all of the committees active at that time including the Salt Lake Committee on Foreign Relations. The Committee continues to operate as a non-profit, non-partisan membership group dedicated to facilitating  dialogue on international issues particularly those that impact the formulation and implementation of U.S foreign policy.
Approximately eight dinner meetings are held between September and May.  
 These  include a knowledgeable speaker on a topic of current interest. 
 Postings will be made of the current agenda as it is made available. 

Please see our meetings section of the    website for more information on upcoming meetings.  

Visit our National Organization: American Committees on Foreign Relations

Other Links of Note:

The Hinckley Institute of Politics at The University of Utah 

David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies at Brigham Young University

Council on Foreign Relations