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Distinguished Visiting Speaker Program
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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Join us for a special presentation of the Council's Distinguished Visiting Speaker Program on November 13th. -- 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...
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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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EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Middle East expert Thomas Lippman will speak at Belmont University on Monday, November 7 at 6:30 in a symposium open to the public. Lippman is an author, scholar and commentator on Middle East affairs and will explore the challenges for American foreign policy in the region focusing on Saudi Arabia in 2011 "From...
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The Tennessee World Affairs Council will present events – civic organization and school visits and public forums – on the stunning developments in Saudi Arabia featuring scholar, author and journalist Thomas Lippman across Middle Tennessee from November 7-9, 2011.
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The Tennessee World Affairs Council is pleased to announce the first event of the 2011 International Outreach Program featuring the country of Saudi Arabia and the students of the Saudi Student Club of Tennessee Tech University. The opening program of this outreach project is "International Night," an annual event of the Cookeville Breakfast Rotary Club,...
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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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The American Academy of Diplomacy (AAD), in cooperation with the World Affairs Councils of America, will provide a distinguished visiting speaker program in November featuring Ambassador George Staples. The program set for November 9-10 will highlight the AAD's study on strengthening U.S. diplomacy. Among the events planned for Ambassador Staples visit is a student convocation...
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