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

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Join new friends for a discussion of international affairs on any of four dates at any of four venues around town. We'll be focused on what direction should be United States be focused upon in the world. No hard questions.
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The World Affairs Councils of America provides a monthly special program called "Cover to Cover" that features interactive phone conferencing with authors of global affairs related books.
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The World Affairs Councils of America provides a weekly update of news around the network of Councils.
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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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Apply by September 25th for the undergrad scholarship to the National Conference of the World Affairs Councils of America. Read this student testimonial for more information.
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A Council Town Hall at Belmont featured General Keith Huber, US Army (Ret), on the topic of "Afghanistan in Context." Here's the story.
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TN World Affairs Council is accepting applications from Tennessee undergrad students for scholarships to the 2015 National Conference of the World Affairs Councils of America (Washington DC / Nov 11-13). Apply Now. Deadline Sep 25th.
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On the occasion of this anniversary we remind our members, friends of the Council and members of the community that we will host a town hall program about Afghanistan and America’s role there on Monday evening at Belmont University.
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Join us on October 5th for a China Town Hall discussion including a national webcast of a distinguished panel and our on-site speaker Jeremy Goldkorn at Belmont University.
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