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Join us to learn about the scourge of human trafficking as we screen the documentary film "Not My Life" on October 28th. Reception and panel discussion along with the film.
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The “Arab Spring” and the challenge it presents to American foreign policy and interests across North Africa and the Near East has raised new and complicated questions jumping out of the headlines. There could be no timelier topic for us to discuss than the tension between America and the Arab and Islamic worlds. We seek...
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This year marks the 3rd Tennessee Academic WorldQuest competition and the 11th Annual competition among the network of World Affairs Councils of America. The Tennessee State Championship match is set for February 23, 2013 at Belmont University in Nashville. The winning team from Tennessee will travel to Washington for the National Championship match at Georgetown...
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The Tennessee World Affairs Council is pleased to be among the organizations co-sponsoring a symposium examining international trade and investment in Nashville. The event is Belmont University's 3rd Annual Center for International Business (CIB) Symposium and is set for this Thursday, March 29, 2012.
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The Constitution provides power to both the President and the Congress in making United States foreign policy but it is not always clear who has the decisive voice and how the process works. The role Congress plays will be examined in a seminar featuring Dr. George Ingram, Chairman Emeritus of the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition...
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"..The expanded interest in our programs has given the Council a statewide calling that carried with it the need to expand the membership base and the corporate sponsorship base. With those requirements in mind, the Council was extremely fortunate in forging a partnership with the Center for International Business at Belmont University in Nashville. From...
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How ready is the United States to deal with its many global challenges through the exercise of diplomacy? That’s the question being posed at a town hall meeting on America’s “Foreign Affairs for the Future,” featuring U.S. Ambassador George Staples. The program, hosted by Belmont University and the Tennessee World Affairs Council, is set for...
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It is now official. The Center for International Business and Belmont University has partnered with the Tennessee World Affairs Council (TN WAC). The relationship provides a new home for the Council in Nashville and enables it to expand the programs and resources it offers on campus, in the community and across the state. “The Tennessee...
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Students from Belmont University had an opportunity to discuss the prospects for ratification of the new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) with Assistant Secretary of State Rose Gottemoeller in a conference call on October 6, 2010. The opportunity was part of a State Department public outreach program aimed at sharing the Obama Administration's vision for...
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