2022 World Affairs Council of the Year
Network of Independent World Affairs Councils of America


The Tennessee World Affairs Council is organizing a series of programs for fall 2020 focused on informing citizens about the critical international affairs issues they should know when choosing the President of the United States. TNWAC, as a nonpartisan organization will feature conversations about national defense, global commerce, existential threats, foreign policy choices, pandemic responses and other challenges to America’s security and prosperity in the 2020s and further into the 21st Century. We will leave research of candidates’ positions, party platforms and partisanship for our audience to explore elsewhere. The TNWAC Election 2020 project is organized to complement the preparations at Belmont University – our host and partner – the venue for the October 22nd Presidential Debate.