1918 Society: PMI's New CEO Jacek Olczak

WACA's 1918 Society Members are invited to an exclusive dialogue with Philip Morris International's new CEO Jacek Olczak on business transformation in a post-Covid world on Wednesday, May 12, at 2:00 PM ET. This event is exclusive to 1918 Society Members and Council Leaders. If you are not a member and would like to join visit our 1918 Society Member webpage.

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Weekly World News Update: May 5, 2021

Biden's Foreign Policy, 100 Days In; Leaving Afghanistan; Spotlight on India; Tensions in the South China Sea; Prospects for Détente with Iran; Palestinian and Israeli Elections; Chad on the Brink; and Developments in Latin America

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May 13: Wheatfields to the World

On May 13, WorldOregon hosts "Wheatfields to the World" as part of WACA's Engage America: World Food Program USA Speaker Series. For more than 50 years, the United States has led the world in support for international food security programs. This special program will explore the U.S. legacy of food aid and anti-hunger advocacy, why it matters, and the dynamic role that American agriculture plays in helping to combat both domestic and global hunger.

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AWQ Winners and Keynote Recording

WACA successfully delivered the first, all-virtual Carlos and Malú Alvarez 2021 Academic WorldQuest National Competition on Saturday, April 17! The competition pulled 105 high school teams from 38 Councils across the United States to compete for the top spot! Congratulations to this year's winners: First Place: Plano West High School (Team 2) – WAC Dallas/Fort Worth Second Place: Allen High School – WAC Dallas/Fort Worth Third Place: Rampart High School – Colorado Springs WAC

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Climate Week Recordings

Last week's "WACA Climate Week" dedicated five days of programming across the network with distinguished local and int'l experts. Catch the recordings!

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Embassy Row Live!

Armenian Ambassador Varuzhan Nersesyan will address key topics in Armenian current affairs and international relations w/ WorldBoston and WACA.

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Cover to Cover: Water

Watch the recording of April's Cover to Cover with co-authors Robin Broad, American University, and John Cavanagh, Institute for Policy Studies.

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20 Years in Afghanistan

Take a look at what’s at stake as the U.S. brings its troops home from Afghanistan. Listen to the World Affairs (Northern California) podcast.

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