The Anglosphere Security Council (ASC) was formed in response to the increased security threats to English-speaking nations.
 

We are dedicated to fostering greater co-operation on security and defense between Anglosphere countries at top private sector and senior policy-making levels.
 

Our goals extend beyond fostering traditional security and military relationships to include sharing law enforcement and security strategies and promoting private sector collaboration.
 

We are also closely involved in helping government and corporations improve their security operations.

 

The Anglosphere Financial Council (AFC) was formed to meet the crisis facing global financial markets centered in New York and London.
 

We are an organization dedicated to promoting free market economies – and protecting them from excessive regulation.
 

Chairman of the AFC is Ambassador Boyden Gray who was previously US Ambassador to the European Union and who served as the US Special Envoy for European Affairs.
 

We are engaged in the financial issues following the increasing separation of the UK from the European Union.

The Anglosphere Arts Council (AAC) was formed to expand anglosphere relations on a cultural level.
 

We are dedicated to promoting the anglosphere alliance through the arts, music, literature and historical travel.
 

We have collaborative relations with many Churchill institutions, including Chartwell, his family home; Blenheim Palace, his birthplace; the Churchill War Rooms in London; and the Churchill archives at Cambridge University.
 

We also have collaborative relationships with Margarte Thatcher's Alma Mater, Somerville College (Oxford), and  Business Executives for National Security (BENS)  and Gatestone Institute.

To fulfill our goals, We Operate Three Councils 


Strengthening the ties between the United States, United Kingdom, and the English speaking world.