Join the World Affairs Council of Charlotte on May 25th for a Voyagers Club "fireside" chat with Dr. Cindy Combs. She will share her perspective on the issues occurring in the Koreas and the South Sea Island region as well as her insights on arising and ongoing global security threats.
Join the World Affairs Council of Charlotte on June 8th as we host Dr. Graham Allison, Director of the Belfer Center fr Science and International Affairs at Harvard Kennedy School, and author of Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydide's Trap?
Join us at the Charlotte City Club on March 8th with Dr. Shelley Rigger, Brown Professor of East Asian Politics, Chair of Chinese Studies and Assistant Dean for Educational Policy, Davidson College, as she shares her perspective about the current state of affairs between the U.S. and China and the challenges and complexities that lie ahead for the new administration in Asia.
A program of the World Affairs Councils of America supported by the Carnegie Corporation of New York. Join the World Affairs Council of Charlotte on Wednesday, January 18th as we host Ambassador Thomas Pickering and Dr. Jim Walsh for a panel discussion on the Middle East.
Join the World Affairs Council of Charlotte for a WACC Speaker Series luncheon hosting Detlev Ruenger, Consul General of Germany in Atlanta. The Consul General will share his insights on current foreign policy strategies in Germany, the ongoing refugee crisis and international security concerns, and U.S.-Germany bilateral relations.
Join the World Affairs Council of Charlotte on Thursday, December 1st as we host Chuck Hagel, US Secretary of Defense (2013-2015). Having served at the highest levels of the Federal Government, in Congress and as Secretary of Defense, Secretary Hagel will share his perspectives on current and past US foreign policy, the direction of US involvement in international engagement, recent global developments, and issues of international security.
SOLD OUT: Join the World Affairs Council of Charlotte on Wednesday, November 30th for a Private Dinner and small group conversation with Chuck Hagel, US Secretary of Defense (2013-2015). Secretary Hagel served two terms as a Congressman before becoming the first combat veteran to hold the office of Secretary of Defense. Don't miss this opportunity to meet him over a gourmet meal and ask your own questions about the history and future of US foreign policy and security.
2 SEATS REMAINING: Join the World Affairs Council of Charlotte, the North Carolina Zeitgeist Foundation, and the American Council on Germany for a Private Dinner and small group conversation with Boris Ruge, Minister and Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of Germany in Washington, DC. He will share his insights on U.S. - Germany bilateral relations, our overseas efforts for peace and security, and ongoing developments in the EU.
Join the World Affairs Council of Charlotte on Wednesday, October 26th as we host Patrick Duddy, former US Ambassador to Venezuela and International Visiting Lecturer, Duke University, Office of Global Strategy and Programs. He will share his insights into global energy issues in the Western Hemisphere in his presentation, "Petroleum, Populism, and Growth: The Development Challenge in Latin America."
Join the World Affairs Council of Charlotte on Tuesday, October 18th as we host Talmage Boston, partner at Winstead PC and author of Cross-Examining History: A Lawyer Gets Answers from the Experts About Our Presidents. After completing 31 interviews with presidential historians and White House insiders over two years, Boston synthesized their best points to create the Ten Commandments of Presidential Leadership.