Global Focus Webcast | Sep24 | Panel – America & The World

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The Tennessee World Affairs Council


Global Focus Webcast

America & The World

Join us for a one-hour interactive Webinar


A Panel Discussion With

Ambassador Charles Bowers
United States Foreign Service, Retired

Dr. Jeffrey Overby
Director, Center for International Business, Belmont University

Susan Haynes
Adjunct Professor, Bethel University

Patrick W. Ryan
Lieutenant Commander, U.S. Navy Retired

Panelists Biographies & More Info – Link Here

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

10-11 am Central / 11-12 am Eastern

REGISTRATION REQUIRED – Seats limited – RSVP to for registration access link

Participate in our live Webcast with your questions for a distinguished panel that will provide a tour d’horizon of American foreign policy challenges. They will share their insights and perspectives — from a broad experience base across diplomacy, academia, business, and military and intelligence service — on the current international crises and hotspots and offer commentary on the courses of action that lie ahead for American policy makers.

Invited audience/partners:

  • Tennessee World Affairs Council members/friends
  • Belmont University Students/Faculty
  • Bethel University Students/Faculty
  • Vanderbilt University Students/Faculty
  • United Nations Association – Nashville Cordell Hull Chapter
  • Tennessee Returned Peace Corps Volunteers members/friends
  • University of Tennessee Global Studies Program Students/Faculty
  • World Affairs Councils of America Councils via the national network
  • Peoria Area World Affairs Council
  • Columbus World Affairs Council

The Webcast will be recorded and archived on and

Check the archive for our August Webcast with Mr. Rami Khouri (“Crises in the Mideast”) Link Here


The mission of the Tennessee World Affairs Council is: To promote, on a non-partisan basis, understanding of important international issues, throughout the community with a special focus on the region’s schools. The Tennessee World Affairs Council was launched in Cookeville, Tennessee in 2007. It has since moved its base of operations to Nashville, Tennessee, hosted on the campus of Belmont University, where it will carry out a statewide mission of bringing programs and resources to communities addressing international affairs.

Your membership and support of the Council is what makes it go!  Visit for details on how to get involved.

The Tennessee World Affairs Council, an independent 501.c.3 educational charity registered in the State of Tennessee is a proud member of the World Affairs Councils of America (WACA) — a 100 member network of grassroots organizations dedicated to increasing Americans’ understanding of the world. You’re invited to the WACA National Conference in Washington, DC (November 5-7, 2014)

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