Cover to Cover: December 9th
The World Affairs Councils of America is pleased to bring you this December's Cover to Cover webinar featuring renowned philosopher Martha C. Nussbaum, to discuss her new book, Justice for Animals: Our Collective Responsibility Friday, Dec. 9 at 2 PM ET.
National Conference Photo Gallery
Visit WACA's National Conference Photo Gallery for all the best Conference photos - you may see yourself!
WACA Spring Internship
WACA has opened applications for a Programs Intern and a Communications Intern for currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate-level students or recent graduates. Applications are due Friday, January 20.
Chairman's 2022 Individual Award: Xiao Yin Zhao
Xiao Yin Zhao was recognized by Glenn Creamer, Chairman of the WACA Board, for her exemplary leadership at the World Affairs Council of Kentucky & Southern Indiana. Congratulations Xiao Yin!
2022 Councils of the Year: Peoria Area WAC and WAC
Peoria Area World Affairs Council and Tennessee World Affairs Council were recognized for their all-volunteer staff and their contributions to the growth of Academic WorldQuest not just in their communities but across the Council Network. Congratulations!
AWQ Pledge Form Deadline Extended
The Carlos and Malú Alvarez 2022-2023 Academic WorldQuest National Competition Pledge Form has been extended! The 4-hour AWQ competition is a unique opportunity for students to visit the nation's capital, perhaps for the first time. A weekend of substantive programming is included to enhance the experience.
Weekly World News Update: 11/30/2022
Protests in China; Iran Protests; Ukraine-Russia War; U.S.& Venezuela Relations; Increased Violence in the West Bank; The Most Political World Cup
Available Now: Susan Shirk on China
On October 20, 2022, The World Affairs Councils of America interviewed Susan Shirk, an expert on Chinese politics, and author, in conversation about President Xi Jinping’s plans to shape the world order, and how the West should engage China, through her new book “Overreach: How China Derailed Its Peaceful Rise.”