A Quick Look at What Your World Affairs Council Delivered For You This Year

Tennessee World Affairs Council

2016

Programs and Events Summary

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• Jan 11 – Cover to Cover – Talk to the Author – “Hero of the Crossing: How Anwar Sadat and the 1973 War Changed the World,” with Thomas Lippman (1-1:30pm teleconference)
• Jan 28 – Luncheon – Ireland’s Ambassador to the US, H.E. Anne Anderson, “A Changing Ireland in a Changing Europe” (Belmont University)
• Feb 1 – Town Hall | US-Russian Relations with H.E. Sergey I. Kislyak, Ambassador to the U.S. from the Russian Federation (Belmont University)
• Feb 11 – Cover to Cover – Talk to the Author – “The Industries of the Future,” with Alec Ross (1-1:30pm teleconference)
• Feb 18 – A Conversation with U.S. Ambassador Gentry O. Smith | Lipscomb University
• Feb 21 – Academic WorldQuest Tennessee Championship Match | (Belmont University)
• Feb 23 – Town Hall – Japan Consul-General Kinefuchi & Dr. James Auer – U.S.-Japan Security Cooperation (Belmont, Wedgewood Academic Center Conference Room)
• Mar 15 – Talk to the Author – Clyde Prestowitz, “Japan Restored: How Japan Can Reinvent Itself and Why This is Important for America and the World.” (1-1:30p) (Teleconference)
• Mar 15 – Town Hall – Refugee Issues in the Post-Cold War Era with Dylan Irons (6-7p) – Green Hills Public Library (Promotional partner with UNA)
• Mar 18 – Briefing – “Rebuilding A Syrian Nation and State After Civil War: Prospects and Challenges” – (10-11a) – Belmont University, Lila D. Bunch Library, Multimedia Hall (Collaborating partner)
• Mar 30 – Women’s Leadership Forum and Networking Luncheon (10:45a-2:00p) – Cheekwood (Collaborating partner w/Japan-America Society of Tennessee)
• Mar 30 – WACA Reception for Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko – 1918 Society (WashDC)
• Mar 31 – WACA Spring Leadership Meeting (9a-3p) (WashDC)
• Mar 31 – Panel Discussion – Trans Pacific Partnership – Bass, Berry & Sims; International Business Council, Nashville Chamber; and US Commercial Service, Nashville – 11:30-1:00 p.m.
• Apr 5 – Kurdistan Regional Government Representative to the U.S. Bayan Sami Abdul Rahman – Lipscomb University – Details Forthcoming
• Apr 11 – International Service Night – Jobs and Careers in the Global Arena
• Apr 12 – Town Hall & Book Signing – Thomas Lippman – What Shaped the Modern Middle East? – Lipscomb University – 5:30-7:30pm
• Apr 23, 2016 – National Championship, Academic WorldQuest, Washington, DC
• Apr 26, 2016 – Talk to the Author – Marc Lynch, “The New Arab Wars: Uprisings and Anarchy in the Middle East” – 1:00-1:30pm (Teleconference)
• May 18, 2016 – Talk to the Author – Steven Radelet, “The Great Surge: The Ascent of the Developing World” – 1:00-1:30pm (Teleconference)
• June 14, 2016 – Talk to the Author – Anja Manuel, “This Brave New World: India, China, and the United States” – 1:00-1:30 pm (Teleconference)
• Jul 13 – Talk to the Author – Jennifer M. Harris, “War by Other Means: Geoeconomics and Statecraft”– 1:00-1:30 pm CT (Teleconference)
• Jul 21 – 1:00-1:30p – Hot Topics Call – Teleconference – “Americans Against Terrorism, Hate and Violence” – Imam Muhammad Masri
• Jul 26 – “Reaching Rising Global Markets: Finding Near Term and Long Term Prospects for Growth” – Global Business Event – 8-10 am – Belmont University
• Jul 28 – Hot Topic Teleconference – “The Party Conventions & The Presidential Election” – featuring Dan Quayle – 4:00-4:30 pm CT
• Aug 9 – Talk to the Author – Talmage Boston, “Cross-Examining History: A Lawyer Gets Answers from the Experts About Our Presidents” – 1:00-1:30 pm CT (Teleconference)
• Aug 16 – 8:00-9:30am – “Brexit and the U.S. Economy: What to Expect” – Breakfast business panel – Nashville Chamber of Commerce
• Sep 7 – 5:30p-7:30p – “America’s Diplomats” – Documentary film screening with Ambassador Charles Bowers, USFS (Ret) and Ambassador Ronald Schlicher, USFS(Ret) – Belmont Johnson Hall Large Theater
• Sep 19, 2016 – 5:30-7:30pm – Town Hall – “The Iran Nuclear Deal: Prospects for Cooperation, Competition and Confrontation” – with Amb Thomas R. Pickering, USFS (Ret) and a local speaker – Belmont University, Frist Lecture Hall, Inman Health Sciences Building.
• October 17 – 4th Semi-Annual International Careers Panel – Moderator: Amb Charles Bowers plus a panel of specialists – Lipscomb University
• Oct 18, 2016 – China Town Hall: Local Connections, National Reflections – National Webcast featuring Dr. Henry A. Kissinger and local panel | Belmont University
• Oct 27 – Cover to Cover – Talk to the Author – “Peace Through Entrepreneurship,” with Steven Koltai (1-1:30pm teleconference)
• Nov 9 – Town Hall – The Road Ahead: America’s 45th President and U.S. Foreign Policy – Amb Bowers, Amb Schlicher, LCDR Ryan – Belmont University
• November 12 – Academic WorldQuest Practice Match – Belmont University
• Nov 16 – Meeting of Members, World Affairs Councils of America; Leadership and Training Symposium of World Affairs Councils – Washington, DC
• Nov 17-18 – National Conference of the World Affairs Councils of America – Washington, DC
• Nov 29 – Cover to Cover – Talk to the Author – “The Fires of Spring: A Post-Arab Spring Journey Through the Turbulent New Middle East,” with Shelly Culbertson (1-1:30pm teleconference)
• Dec 15 – Talk to the Author – WACA Cover to Cover with PJ Crowley, author of “Red Line: American Foreign Policy in a Time of Fractured Politics and Failing States (Telephone conference)


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