Washington Institute for Values in Public PolicyThe Washington Institute for Values in Public Policy
was originally created by members of the Unification Church
as an outgrowth of the World Peace Academy. The institute promotes the virtue of public service, especially nations transcending self-interest to work for the well-being of other nations.
It has published books, such as Central America in crisis : a program for action  and Arms Control: an American dilemma, by US Ambassador William Kintner (reissued by Paragon House); as well as a journal . Its staff director was Jonathan Slevin. 
The Science and Environmental Policy Project was founded by S. Fred Singer as an affiliate of the Institute.