WACA 2020 National Conference Site is Live!
This year, we invite you to engage in an all-digital conference: New Frontiers in Diplomacy and National Security. Join us November 16-20 for more than 20 programs with world leaders, policy experts, and opinion makers. Sign up at early-bird rates through Friday, October 30.
Weekly World News Update: October 21, 2020
Elections Abroad Shake Things Up; The People Dissent Over Politics; Africa's Conflict; Diplomacy, Sanctions, and Borders; The War Over Water; In Trouble With the Law; and Tragedy Again in France
AWQ 2020-2021 Topics Are Here!
The Academic WorldQuest high school competition topics have been released! Councils: please fill out your pledge forms and submit to WACA by November 30. Learn more about the topics and the AWQ 2020-2021 National Competition by clicking the link below.
WACA's First CEO Forum
More than 15 CEO's spoke at WACA's all-virtual Conversations With the C-Suite conference on September 28 - October 2. Check out Carlyle Group's David Rubenstein, Bank of America's Brian Moynihan, APCO's Margery Kraus, and more on WACA's YouTube Channel.
New WACA Series: Embassy Row Live!
WACA has launched a new program, Embassy Row Live, a platform featuring top diplomats to discuss new ideas, policy developments, and possible solutions to critical international challenges. Our inaugural edition was Oct. 8 with Turkey's Amb. Kiliç.
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