National Security Caucus Foundation
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The National Security Caucus Foundation was a nonprofit organization headed by Gregg Hilton. Hilton told Associated Press that the now-defunct foundation was a project of the American Security Council Foundation, an organization "he ran and now serves as a director". 
- Yossef Bodansky, Islamic Terrorism in the United States. National Security Caucus Foundation (1996). 
405 N ST SW
Washington D.C. 2004
Phone: (202) 479-4580
URL www.nscf.net is currently for sale.
Other SourceWatch Resources
- Statement of Gregg Hilton, Executive Director, National Security Caucus Foundation, Regarding June, 1998 Presidential Election in the Republic of Togo: NSCF "sponsored an election observation mission to the Republic of Togo in June of 1998." In addition to Hilton, "members of the delegation were NSCF President Robert Spiro [and] former Congressman Walter Fauntroy (D-DC)."
- Letter to Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright, March 11, 1999: "On March 10 the House National Security Caucus Foundation organized a briefing on Kosovo in which Chairman Gordon of the Senate Foreign Relations European Subcommittee and Chairman Sonny Callahan of the House Foreign Operations Subcommittee were speakers." The letter's author, Vojin Joksimovich, Vice-President and Director for Foreign Affairs, "participated as a speaker on behalf of the Serbian Unity Congress."; Press Release, June 18, 1997.
- France/Congo, africanintelligence.com, June 17, 1999: Translated by Yahoo! from original French: "The National Security Caucus Foundation (NSCF), an organization which gathers repr?ntants d?crats and r?blicains "int?ss?par the probl?s of d?nse" (like Dick Gephardt, d?crat of Montana, and Randy Cunningham, r?blicain of California), has surprised everyone by organizing on March 19 a meeting with the Congolese Ministers for the Businesses?ang?s and Finances, Rodolphe Adada and Mathias Dzon."
- "Bucks Up," San Diego Reader, July 22, 1999: "Annual congressional junket disclosures are out: Republican Randy "Duke" Cunningham went to Bangladesh last year to check out drug-trafficking and child-labor problems, thanks to the National Security Caucus Foundation"
re National Security Caucus
- News Release No. 222-97: "Secretary of the Navy John H. Dalton to Receive International Security Leadership Award," DefenseLINK, 1997: The National Security Caucus (NSC) presented the award to Dalton, who joined former recipients "Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, and former Senators Sam Nunn (Ga.) and Howell Heflin (Ala.). Dalton is the first service secretary to receive this award."; Dalton's May 7, 1997, acceptance speech in which he thanked the NSC Foundation "for the generous endowment of the maritime fellowship program" in his name, the John H. Dalton Congressional Fellowship in Maritime Strategy Studies.
Articles & Commentary
- David R. Gergen, "Bring back the junkets! Knowing less and less about a world that affects us more and more," U.S. News & World Report, October 27, 1997: "In 1995, some 200 members of the German Parliament came to Washington; not one member of Congress visited Bonn. The National Security Caucus Foundation in Washington reports that one third of today's Senate and House members do not even have passports!"
- "Dollar Trail From D.C. To Islands", CBS News, May 3, 2005. (This is an Associated Press story).
- Kate Zernike and Philip Shenon, "Papers Show Lobbyist Paid for Congressional Travel", New York Times, May 4, 2005. (Sub req'd). (A copy of the article is also here).
- Philip Shenon and Anne E. Kornblut, "Lobbyist Paid by Pakistan Led U.S. Delegation There", New York Times, May 8, 2005. (Sub req'd). (A copy is also posted here).