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Ambassador Ronald L. Schlicher, USFS (Ret) September 16, 1956 – September 26, 2019 The World Affairs Council family lost a dear friend this week with the passing of Ron Schlicher. Ambassador Schlicher has been a regular part of our organization for many years working to improve the global affairs awareness of our community and especially...
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Your World Affairs Council is on the move. Join us in welcoming Logan Monday to the staff as our new Director of Programs and Development.
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Apply now to work with the World Affairs Council as a Program and Development Manager.
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COLLEGE STUDENTS - APPLY NOW for the 2016 student scholarship to attend the National Conference of the World Affairs Councils of America in Washington on November 16-18, 2016. DEADLINE: 5pm OCT 5, 2016.
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We're pleased to present remarks and Q&A with Deputy Secretary of State Heather Higginbottom who recently spoke with a group of students, interns and other young professionals about service and leadership in foreign policy and other international careers and jobs.
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You will enjoy this article by Secretary of State Kerry about "citizen diplomacy" and the need to "engage America" to sustain the United States' position in the world.
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This week President Barack Obama is making the first visit of a U.S. head of state in 88 years as the thaw in US-Cuban relations reaches a new stage. On the occasion of the landmark visit The Tennessean asked the World Affairs Council's president Patrick Ryan to share a perspective on developments in the relationship...
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Tennessee’s World Affairs Council announced today that Ms. Samar S. Ali, distinguished local attorney and former Assistant State Commissioner for International Affairs, has been elected to the Board of Directors.
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The TN WAC is organizing a WorldQuest competition for Tennessee high school students to encourage global affairs awareness education.
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Mayor Karl Dean has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Tennessee World Affairs Council, a nonpartisan educational organization that seeks to promote better understanding of international developments.
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