Get Our Your Calendar, You Don’t Want to Miss These Speakers

Your World Affairs Council is starting the new program year with a terrific calendar of distinguished visiting speakers.

Don’t miss these opportunities to talk with leading diplomats who have been on the front lines of US foreign policy challenges.

These programs will give you hard to acquire insights and perspectives on the most important challenges facing the United States in the world.


October 13, 2019, Sunday – Ambassador Samantha Power – Luncheon and Book Signing – Belmont University – 11:15 a.m. – 12:45: pm

America’s Ambassador to the United Nations (2013-2017) and Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and author (“A Problem from Hell: America in the Age of Genocide”)

Save the date and look for registration details early next week for this DON’T MISS opportunity.


September 9, 2019 – Global Town Hall with Ambassador Christopher Hill
Belmont University – 6:00pm-7:30pm
Inside Nuclear Negotiations with North Korea | Amb Christopher Hil
Details/Registration

Your World Affairs Council wanted to bring you a Global Town Hall with the most knowledgeable person we knew on U.S. relations on the Korean Peninsula, negotiating with North Korea and what’s at stake in northeast Asia — we called Ambassador Christopher Hill. Here’s your chance to talk with him about one of America’s greatest diplomatic challenges — negotiating the denuclearization of North Korea. Register today for our September 9th Global Town Hall at Belmont University.


September 4, 2019 – Ambassador John Kornblum, Dinner and discussion at Hillwood Country Club – 6:00pm-8:30pm
Why Europe Matters | Amb John Kornblum
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Europe is facing a headwind of economic, political, military and cultural challenges that may reshape the institutions and relationships that have fostered a stable and prosperous alliance, trading block and partnerships. This is a timely discussion with a distinguished American diplomat, former U.S. Ambassador to Germany John Kornblum, on these challenges and the impact on U.S. interests.


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