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The Center for Freedom and Democracy (CFD) will reaffirm Americans’ commitment to freedom and democracy during a period when our system of government is in doubt at home and under assault abroad.

Westminster 2.0 Working Group

As freedom and democracy face challenges around the world, the cause of renewing our commitment to President Reagan’s ideals has never been more urgent. The Westminster 2.0 Working Group will take on the question of how to modernize efforts to promote freedom in the context of 21st-century challenges and opportunities, from rising authoritarianism to emerging technologies.

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Reagan Institute Strategy Group

The Reagan Institute Strategy Group (RISG) is dedicated to studying, developing, and promoting U.S. foreign policy and national security principles and priorities for the 21st century. RISG is working to develop a set of policies that are responsive to today’s political environment and promote America’s security and prosperity, as well as a peaceful international order where free peoples and economic freedom will flourish. RISG gathers conservative leaders with extensive experience in national security and foreign policy who will continue to be involved in the policy process both in and out of government.

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Conversations with Great Communicators

On Tuesday, April 30, 2019 the Ronald Reagan Institute hosted Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), as a part of our Conversations with Great Communicators Speaker Series.

On April 30, 1984, President Reagan delivered a speech at Shanghai’s Fudan University during his historic trip to China. Speaking directly to the Chinese people, he championed freedom and democracy in the heart of Communist China. To commemorate the 35th anniversary of this speech, Senator Rubio discussed the historical significance of President Reagan’s remarks as well as the current state of the US-Chinese relationship.