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Foreign Policy Fellowship Program Staff Delegation Trips

The Wilson Center's Office of Congressional Relations has hosted several trips to locations around the world in order for Congressional staff to learn about the U.S. relationship with various countries and critical foreign policy matters. See highlights below from past trips over the years.

Canada & Iceland

As travel re-opened in 2022, the Congressional Relations Team invited 10 FPFP Alumni to learn about energy, trade, sustainability, and U.S. Arctic policy in several locations around Quebec, Canada, and attend the Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavik, Iceland. 

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Mexico

Before the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, the Wilson Center's Office of Congressional Relations led a Congressional Staff Delegation to Mexico to examine the U.S.-Mexico trade partnership (specifically the USMCA), border security, and immigration. 

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Sweden & Russia

In 2019, the Wilson Center's Office of Congressional Relations led a Congressional Staff Delegation to Sweden and Russia focused on the countries' relationship to the Arctic, geopolitical issues, democracy, and several other areas of key importance for U.S. foreign policy for Russia and Europe. 

 

Foreign Policy Fellowship Program Alum travel to Moscow

FPFP Alumni meet with the U.S. Ambassador at SPASO house in Moscow, Russia.

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Colombia

In the summer of 2019, the Wilson Center's Office of Congressional Relations hosted a Congressional Staff Delegation to Colombia, to understand the U.S.-Colombia relationship, the Venezuelan refugee crisis, and several other issues. 

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For more information on our trips, please contact Jorden Jones, Program Associate for Congressional Relations, at jorden.jones@wilsoncenter.org.