Policy Forum on International Security Affairs

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The Policy Forum on International Security Affairs is a London-based neoconservative PR grouping launched in November 2002 to reinforce the US government's overseas propaganda effort by hosting a "series of roundtable discussions, often off-the-record, with key American policymakers and leading columnists, editors, writers, and producers from the UK, European and Arabic press corps".[1][2]The briefings are delivered in exclusive clubs and cafes in London and Paris by neocons, senior Pentagon officials, and members of the neocon-dominated Defense Policy Board (DPB).[3]




  1. About Us
  2. Jim Lobe, More on That Meeting in Prague…, Lobelog.com, 14 June 2007
  3. Jim Lobe, Update on Gaffney Cross’ Policy Forum, Lobelog.com, 3 August 2008