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8/29:  Learn the science behind political polling in this presentation by Dr. Doug Schwartz, Director of the Quinnipiac University Poll. Dr. Schwartz will explain the political polling process from start to finish and how to properly interpret data covered by their polls. Full Text» Video»

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August 20th 11 AM ET: Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs Alice G. Wells previews her upcoming travel to the Indian Ocean Conference and how it supports the Trump administration’s Indo-Pacific strategy. Full Text» Video»

Date: 07/24/2018 Description: Journalists watch CEO and co-founder of Chainalysis, Dr. Michael Gronager, at a NY FPC briefing on cryptocurrency. - State Dept Image

July 24th: CEO and co-founder of Chainalysis, Dr. Michael Gronager, discussed the pros and cons of digital assets, their susceptibility to fraud and the impact of potential regulations. Full Text»

Date: 07/11/2018 Location: Washington DC Description: Mr. George Piro, Assistant Director of International Operations Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) briefs foreign media at the Washington Foreign Press Center - State Dept Image

July 11: Mr. George Piro, Assistant Director of International Operations Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) briefs foreign media at the Washington Foreign Press Center on the role of the FBI overseas. Full Text»

Date: 07/11/2018 Location: NY FPC Description: J. Malbin of the Campaign Finance Institute, briefing journalists at FPC NY - State Dept Image

July 11: Professor Michael Malbin, co-founder and executive director of the Campaign Finance Institute, a nonpartisan think tank, briefed foreign media at the New York Foreign Press Center on the rules governing campaign donations from individuals and PACs. Full Text»


The United States Department of State has Foreign Press Centers in Washington, D.C. and New York. The Foreign Press Centers support U.S. policies by helping foreign media cover the U.S. Their goal is to promote the depth, accuracy, and balance of foreign reporting from the U.S., by providing direct access to authoritative American information sources.


Washington Foreign Press Center
National Press Building
529 14th Street NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20045
Phone: (202) 504-6300

New York Foreign Press Center
799 U.N. Plaza, 10th Floor
New York, New York 10017
Phone: (646) 282-2830