NOTE: Welcome to our new and improved “What in the World?” weekly quiz. We have moved to a web based quiz that will make your participation much easier. Simply click on the quiz link/image below and you’ll be guided through the questions. Your results will be provided along with the quiz answers at the end. No need to send in an email as before. We’ll announce the weekly winner after noon on Wednesday. Don’t forget to follow the Council on Twitter @TNWAC to know what current developments serve as sources for quiz questions. Good luck!
Welcome to the January 25, 2016 edition of the Tennessee World Affairs Council’s “What in the World?” Quiz.
Check your global affairs awareness with these ten questions taken from news reports over the past week. In addition to reporting in a variety of sources we highlighted them on Twitter — @TNWAC #tnwacquiz. Follow us @TNWAC to keep up with global developments and Council events.
CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO START THE QUIZ
YOUR SCORE, ANSWERS AND STATS AT THE END
Be sure to include your contact information in case you’re a winner.
The quiz is open to everybody.
Take the quiz by noon Nashville time on Wednesday to be considered among the weekly winners. At the end of the month we will draw one name from among the weekly winners for a prize.
If you’re the tops this week (or tied) you’ll be entered in a drawing for the month’s end prize.
January “What in the World?” Quiz Prize
Hero of the Crossing: How Anwar Sadat and
the 1973 War Changed the World
Published January 2016
“Tom Lippman has provided the foundation for understanding what is happening [in the Middle East] today from the rise of ISIS to the collapse of the Arab Spring. And as an added benefit it is a good read for expert and novice alike.”—Edward S. Walker, former U.S. ambassador to Egypt, Israel, and the United Arab Emirates
Thomas Lippman was a featured speaker at WACA’s 2015 National Conference. He is an adjunct scholar at the Middle East Institute, specializing in Saudi Arabian affairs, U.S.- Saudi relations, and relations between the West and Islam. He is a former Middle East bureau chief for The Washington Post, and author of numerous articles and books.
You can also meet Mr. Lippman this April when he is in Nashville, hosted by the Tennessee World Affairs Council’s Distinguished Visiting Speaker Program. Stay connected through our newsletter and social media for schedule and venue information.
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We’ll post the names of the winner(s) on Wednesday afternoon
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Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville
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