WACSC Programs

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But First – If You Missed Our February 18 Program

“The Iran Deal Redux:
Do We Want War or Diplomacy?”

With distinguished guests
Dr. David Perry, Dr. Donna Brasset-Shearer and others.

RECORDING AVAILABLE

Click Here to View the Iran Deal Recording

Upcoming Programs

March 18
Keith McCormick, U.S. Department of State (retired) will speak on how American foreign policy is changing before our eyes: “Restoring Trust: How the Biden Administration is Engaging the World.”
April 15
Melissa Hanham, Deputy Director of Open Nuclear Network, on North Korea.
May 20
Daniel Zoughbie, Vice-Chair, Center for Middle East Studies, will examine U.S. Middle East involvement with: “America Before the ‘Spring’: George W. Bush and the Middle East.”

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World Affairs Council of Sonoma County (WACSC) is an independent, non-partisan forum for exploring issues and opportunities that transcend borders.

WACSC engages thought leaders, change-makers and citizens to share ideas, learn from each other.  We engage in conversations of public concern on global issues. Through these and other programs, WACSC provides the community with the knowledge they need to be better informed in their choices and actions that relate to global issues and international affairs.

WACSC is grateful for the support it has received from its members and other individual donors.  As a non-profit organization, it relies on ongoing fundraising and membership for funding. Please join us and help support our work. You can learn more about giving options on our Donate page.

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