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Crisis in Ukraine: On the Brink of Civil War?
June 04, 2014


 

Dr. Michael HorowitzRecent events in Ukraine might indicate that the crisis may be escalating into civil war, with the new administration in Kiev attempting to maintain order as pro-Russian rebels, vigorously defended by Russian President Vladimir Putin, seize city after city.  Will U.S. sanctions against Russia’s powerful elite make a difference? Is NATO prepared to defend Ukraine?

Join the discussion on the future of Ukraine with Dr. Michael Horowitz, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania.

 

In cooperation with
Mid-Atlantic Russia Business Council

 

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DATE OF EVENT
Evening - Wednesday, June 4, 2014


LOCATION
World Affairs Council of Philadelphia
One South Broad Street, Suite 2M
Philadelphia, PA 19107

DINNER LOCATION
McCormick & Schmick's
One South Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19107
 


SCHEDULE
5:30 p.m. Registration and wine reception
6 p.m. Program
7:00 p.m. Program conclusion
7:15 p.m. Dinner


EVENT OPTIONS

$2.00 of ​every ticket sale goes to the "Help Save Bodine" fund.

Members
Wine reception & program: $20 or Lecture Pass
Wine Reception, Program & Private Dinner: SOLD OUT

General Public
Wine reception & program: $30
Wine Reception, Program & Private Dinner: SOLD OUT

Full-time Students with ID - $12


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After the Arab Spring: Successes and Failures in a Shifting Middle East
June 10, 2014


 

Dr. Paul SalemDeath sentences for members of the Muslim Brotherhood were recently handed down by Egypt’s criminal court, and more than 100,000 Syrians have died as a result of the carnage of Syria’s civil war. Yet, millions of Iraqis embraced the right to vote in recent elections, and in other countries, new governments and constitutions are in place.

Dr. Paul Salem, Vice President for Policy and Research at the Middle East Institute in Washington, D.C., will join us to discuss the historic changes taking place in the Middle East and will offer his insights on the rapidly-changing political, social and economic conditions in Egypt, Syria and their neighbors.

 

In cooperation with
Middle East Forum

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DATE OF EVENT
Luncheon - Tuesday, June 10, 2014


LOCATION
World Affairs Council of Philadelphia
One South Broad Street, Suite 2M
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Bring your own lunch to this event, the Council will provide refreshments.
 


SCHEDULE
12 noon Registration and lunch
12:30 p.m. Program
1:30 p.m. Conclusion


EVENT OPTIONS

$2.00 of ​every ticket sale goes to the "Help Save Bodine" fund.

Members
Program: $20 or Lecture Pass

General Public
Program: $30

Full-time Students with ID - $12


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Challenges & Opportunities in the Evolving Middle East
August 13, 2014


 

Consul General Yaron SidemanJoin us for a breakfast briefing with the Consul General of Israel to the Mid-Atlantic Region, Yaron Sideman, as he discusses current events in a changing Middle East with Council president Craig Snyder. An audience Q&A segment will follow the conversation.

 

 

In cooperation with
The Middle East Forum

 

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DATE OF EVENT
Breakfast - Wednesday, August 13


LOCATION
World Affairs Council of Philadelphia
One South Broad Street, Suite 2M
Philadelphia, PA 19107


SCHEDULE
7:30 a.m. Registration and continental breakfast
7:45 a.m. Program
8:45 a.m. Conclusion


EVENT OPTIONS

$2.00 of ​every ticket sale goes to the "Help Save Bodine" fund.

Members
Program: $20 or Lecture Pass*
*Lecture passes are accepted by mail only.

General Public
Program: $30

Full-time Students with ID - $12


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Pakistan's Fractured Reality: An Insider's View
September 23, 2014


 

Dr. Raza BokhariJust back from Pakistan, Council Vice Chairman Raza Bokhari will provide an insider’s analysis of the complexities of this South Asian nation and his ideas for how Pakistan may achieve self-reliance and stability in an unpredictable – and increasingly dangerous – region of the world.

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DATE OF EVENT
Breakfast - Tuesday, September 23, 2014


LOCATION
World Affairs Council of Philadelphia
One South Broad Street, Suite 2M
Philadelphia, PA 19107


SCHEDULE
7:30 a.m. Registration and continental breakfast
7:45 a.m. Program
8:45 a.m. Conclusion


EVENT OPTIONS

$2.00 of ​every ticket sale goes to the "Help Save Bodine" fund.

Members
Program: $20 or Lecture Pass*
*Lecture passes are accepted by mail only.

General Public
Program: $30

Full-time Students with ID - $12


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SOLD OUT: Journalism on the Ground: The Risks and Importance of International Reporting
October 02, 2014


 

International reporting is fraught with dangers, challenges, and risks. Journalists who pack up and head to all corners of the world in pursuit of providing media consumers with accurate accounts of what’s occurring on the ground often put their lives on the line for “the story.”

In the past several weeks, the world has looked on as two journalists have lost their lives at the hands of ISIS. Others are still held as prisoners by ISIS. And elsewhere around the world, journalists are detained and face numerous risks to their health and well-being.

Two such journalists—Jason Rezaian, the Tehran correspondent for The Washington Post, and his wife, Yeganeh Salehi, the Tehran correspondent for The National—who were to speak for the Council for this event, were detained on July 22nd in Iran. The Council is hopeful for the release and safe passage home of Rezaian and Salehi.

To speak about the dangers that international journalists, such as Rezaian and Salehi, face, the Council welcomes Gabriel Escobar, Managing Editor at the Philadelphia Inquirer, Robert Mahoney, Deputy Director at the Committee to Protect Journalists, and Doug Jehl, Foreign Editor of The Washington Post.

Featured Speakers

Robert Mahoney, Deputy Director, Committee to Protect Journalists Gabe Escobar, Managing Editor, Philadelphia Inquirer Doug Jehl, Foreign Editor, The Washington Post
Rob Mahoney Gabriel Escobar Doug Jehl

 

In partnership with
The Philadelphia Inquirer

 

Listen to NPR's RadioTimes interview with Robert Mahoney: The Risks and Importance of International Reporting

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DATE OF EVENT
Evening - Thursday, October 2, 2014


LOCATION
The Philadelphia Inquirer

801 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA
(Entrance is on 8th Street, between Filbert and Market)

DINNER LOCATION
McCormick & Schmick's
One South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107


SCHEDULE
5:15 p.m. Millennial Members Registration and Private Welcome
5:45 p.m. Wine Reception for all guests
6:15 p.m. Program
7:30 p.m. Program Conclusion

Dinner immediately following program


EVENT OPTIONS

$2.00 of ​every ticket sale goes to the "Help Save Bodine" fund.

Members
Program: $20 or Lecture Pass*
Program & Dinner: $90
*Lecture passes are accepted by mail only.

General Public
Program: $30
Program & Dinner: $120

Full-time Students with ID - $12


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"Great Debates" The End of Greatness: Will America Have (or Do We Need) Another Great President?
October 29, 2014


 

The American presidency is the centerpiece of the U.S. political system, the symbol of our government to the nation and the world, and the most visible figure in U.S. politics.  Over the course of our country’s history, several presidents maintained an extraordinarily high profile and wielded great power – among them George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Franklin D. Roosevelt – but what actually makes a president “great?”  Is greatness defined by creating new powers for the office and new programs for the federal government, or getting the federal government out of the way of Americans’ freedom to pursue happiness in their own ways? Is America facing an “end of greatness,” where we are more presidency-dependent than ever, but the president’s capacity to deliver is rapidly diminishing?  Or are we experiencing a void of heroic and inspirational presidents, with the increasingly polarized nature of politics preventing the rise of another truly great leader?

In anticipation of the 2016 presidential election campaign, the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia and the Independence National Historical Park will host a conversation on the executive office itself and discuss the type of president America really needs in the Oval Office. In this discussion, we will ask the questions: Should we, as citizens, continue to aspire to “greatness” in our only nationally elected office—and what does that mean, anyway?

Sharing their views on the American presidency are David Eisenhower, director of the Institute for Public Service at the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School for Communication and Aaron David Miller, vice president for New Initiatives and a distinguished scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C., and a former U.S.-Middle East negotiator who’s advised Republican and Democratic Secretaries of State. Mr. Eisenhower is the grandson of President Dwight Eisenhower and the son-in-law of President Richard Nixon, and the author Eisenhower at War 1943-1945, a Pulitzer Prize finalist. Dr. Miller is the author of the just published, The End of Greatness: Why America Can’t Have (and Doesn’t Want) Another Great President.

Join us for this fourth segment in our “Great Debates” series –  a rare public event in Congress Hall, where the U.S. Congress met when Philadelphia was the capital from 1790-1800. Independence National Historical Park Superintendent Cindy MacLeod will offer welcome remarks. 

 


Welcome Remarks

Superintendent Cynthia MacLeod
Cynthia MacLeod, Superintendent
Independence National Historical Park


Featured Speakers

Aaron David Miller David Eisenhower
Aaron David Miller David Eisenhower

 

Featured Book
The End of Greatness: Why America Can't Have (And Doesn't Need) Another Great President


This event is presented in partnership with the

The National Park Service

 

This event is sponsored by

 

Thanks to Comcast, the Council's technology partner,
this event will be the first live-streamed program from Congress Hall.
Comcast


The Stan and Arlene Ginsburg Family Foundation “Great Debates” Series of the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia will explore the most pressing and vexing public policy questions facing our nation and the world, seeking to bring together some of the best and most provocative minds, with differing points of view, on these questions, creating a forum for audiences to decide for themselves “the whole truth.”

The “Great Debates” series is being made possible by a challenge grant from the Stan and Arlene Ginsburg Family Foundation, with the challenge having been met by Council supporters UGI Corporation, AMETEK, Inc., and SEI Private Wealth Management.

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DATE OF EVENT
Wednesday, October 29, 2014


LOCATION
Congress Hall
6th & Chestnut Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19106

RECEPTION LOCATION
Union Trust
717 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106


SCHEDULE
5:30 p.m. Registration
5:45 p.m. Program
7:15 p.m. Program Conclusion
7:30 p.m. Speaker reception at Union Trust (wine, beer, hors d’oeuvres)
8:30 p.m. Reception ends


EVENT OPTIONS

$2.00 of ​every ticket sale goes to the "Help Save Bodine" fund.

This event is on a first come, first serve basis. We have a very limited number of tickets available for this unique and special opportunity.

Members Only Event:
Program, signed book, and speaker reception: $95
Program and signed book: $35

Members Only Live Streaming:
No charge; members may call 215-561-4700 ext. 200 or 221 for access to the event live stream.

General Public:
If you would like to attend this special, members-only event, please call 215-561-4700 ext. 200 or 221 for information on how to become a member.


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#NEWSFAIL: An Irreverent Look at Climate Change, Feminism, Gun Control, and Other Fun Stuff
November 17, 2014


 

Allison KilkennyThe World Affairs Council presents a hilarious evening with comedian Jamie Kilstein and journalist Allison Kilkenny, the creators and co-hosts of Citizen Radio, a 100% listener-supported show whose slogan is “independent radio that won’t lead you to war.” They will be joined by John Frusciante, comedian, writer  and frequent guest on Citizen Radio. Kilstein and Kilkenny's new book, #Newsfail, is not your grandmother’s comedic-memoir-slash-political-manifesto. From page one (in a preface titled, “In Which the Authors Interview Ralph Nader in the Bathtub”), they pledge to give you the news like you’ve never gotten it before.

Jamie Kilstein

On issues ranging from feminism to gun control, climate change to class war, foreign policy to net neutrality, they tell you how the mainstream media gets it left, right, and utterly, unforgivably, irresponsibly wrong—think Noam Chomsky as channeled by Fred and Carrie from “Portlandia.” #Newsfail is all this, plus the story of Allison and Jamie's own DIY foray into independent media via their podcast, Citizen Radio, which has featured guests such as Jeremy Scahill, Sarah Silverman, Glenn Greenwald, and Neil deGrasse Tyson, and been downloaded millions of times by people all over the world.

Their mission is truth-telling above brainwashing.

All you have to do is listen.

 

This event is sponsored by
Arcadia University, International Peace & Conflict Resolution Master of Arts Program

 

Thank you to our cooperating organization
WOMEN'S WAY, Young Women Initiative

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DATE OF EVENT
Evening - Monday, November 17, 2014


LOCATION

Society Hill Playhouse–Red Room Cabaret
507 South 8th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147


SCHEDULE
5:30 p.m. Registration and reception
6 p.m. Program
7 p.m. Book signing
7:15 p.m. “Talk Back” with Millennial members
8 p.m. Conclusion


EVENT OPTIONS

$2.00 of ​every ticket sale goes to the "Help Save Bodine" fund.

Current Millennial Members
Wine reception, program, and post-program Millennial "Meet & Greet" with speakers: $25

Special Offer: Become a Millennial Member
One Year Millennial Membership, wine reception, program, and post-program Millennial "Meet & Greet" with speakers: $35
Click here to take advantage of this special offer.

Members
Wine reception and program: $25 

General Public
Wine reception and program: $35

Full-time Students with valid ID
Program: $12

Copies of Kilstein and Kilkenny’s latest book, #Newsfail: Climate Change, Feminism, Gun Control, and Other Fun Stuff We Talk About Because Nobody Else Will will be available for purchase and signing by both speakers at the event.


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A Conversation with Senator John McCain
December 01, 2014


 

Senator John McCain (R-AZ)The Honorable John McCain, long-serving United States Senator from Arizona, former presidential candidate, and decorated Navy veteran held in captivity in Viet Nam for five and a half years, joins Council members and guests to present the stories of Americans at war through the personal accounts of thirteen remarkable soldiers who fought in major military conflicts from the Revolutionary War of 1776 to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

13 Soldiers: A Personal History of Americans at WarA member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, and a long-time student of history, Senator McCain brings a distinctive perspective to this subject. 13 Soldiers tells the stories of real soldiers who personify valour, obedience, enterprise, and love. From their acts of self-sacrifice to their astonishing bravery, these thirteen men and women – and certainly Senator McCain himself - embody the best America has to offer.

 

Sponsored by:
Piasecki Aircraft Corporation

 


 

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: Limited seats are available for this event. Registration will close at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, November 26th, after which point you can enter your name on a waiting list.

 

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DATE OF EVENT
Monday, December 1, 2014


LOCATION
The Union League of Philadelphia
140 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102

*The Union League maintains a dress code that prohibits denim and sneakers.


SCHEDULE
11:30 a.m. Registration and concurrent receptions
12:15 p.m. Program
1:30 p.m. Conclusion


EVENT OPTIONS

$2.00 of ​every ticket sale goes to the "Help Save Bodine" fund.

Members
• Speaker reception, lunch, program,
  signed book, premium seating: $275
• Refreshments, lunch, program,
  signed book, preferred seating: $125
• Refreshments, program & signed
  book: $45

General Public
• Speaker reception, lunch, program,
  signed book, premium seating: $325
• Refreshments, lunch, program,
  signed book, preferred seating: $175
• Refreshments, program & signed
  book: $65

Full-Time Students (with valid ID)
• Refreshments, program & signed
  book: $25


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Africa: Turmoil and Transformation
December 03, 2014


 

4:30 p.m. Tunisia & Post-Arab Spring Success

Featuring a conversation between Council President Craig Snyder and Jerry Sorkin, a specialist in Middle East and North Africa politics and tourism, and who lives more than 70% of the year in Tunis will discuss the recent elections

 

5:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wine Reception

 

6 p.m. Emerging Africa: How the Global Economy’s “Last Frontier” Can Prosper and Matter

Dr. Kingsley Moghalu

More and more, Africa is being seen as the “last frontier" of the world economy, offering vast opportunities for wealth creation and development. Cities throughout Africa are drawing investment, construction, and manufacturing opportunities at an increasing rate. Can the continent make  real progress and can it achieve real prosperity, if the right policies are followed?

Emerging Africa: How the Global Economy's

In his new book, Emerging Africa: How the Global Economy’s “Last Frontier” Can Prosper and Matter, Dr. Kingsley Moghalu challenges conventional wisdom about Africa's quest for economic growth in a globalized world. Drawing on philosophy, economics and strategy. He covers a wide range of subjects—from capitalism to transformation agendas, finance to foreign investment, and from innovation and human capital to world trade.

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DATE OF EVENT
Evening - Wednesday, December 3, 2014


LOCATION
World Affairs Council of Philadelphia
One South Broad Street, Suite 2M
Philadelphia, PA 19107


SCHEDULE
4:15 p.m. Registration
4:30 p.m. Tunisia & Post-Arab Spring Success featuring Jerry Sorkin and Craig Snyder
5:30 p.m. Wine Reception
6 p.m. Emerging Africa, featuring Kingsley Chiedu Moghalu, Ph.D.
7:15 p.m. Book signing
7:30 p.m. Conclusion


EVENT OPTIONS

$2.00 of ​every ticket sale goes to the "Help Save Bodine" fund.

Members
Program: $20 or Lecture Pass*
*Lecture passes are accepted by mail only.

General Public
Program: $30

Students
Program: $12


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International Climate Summit 2014
December 10, 2014


Climate change. One of the most complex economic, political and diplomatic challenges of our time. On Wednesday, December 10, students from across the Greater Philadelphia region and around the world will convene at Temple University’s Fox School of Business, representing both industrialized and developing nations, as well as intergovernmental organizations like OPEC and the World Bank, to draft a legally binding, universal agreement on climate change.


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Ishmael Beah, Former Boy Soldier and Author of Radiance of Tomorrow
January 27, 2015


 

Ishmael BeahWhen Ishmael Beah’s A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier was published in 2007, it soared to the top of bestseller lists, becoming an instant classic: a harrowing account of Sierra Leone’s civil war and the fate of child soldiers that “everyone in the world should read” (The Washington Post). Now Beah, whom Dave Eggers has called “arguably the most read African writer in contemporary literature,” comes to the Council to discuss his first novel, an affecting, tender parable about postwar life in Sierra Leone.

With the gentle lyricism of a dream and the moral clarity of a fable, Radiance of Tomorrow is  about overcoming obstacles after Sierra Leone's Civil War, and about preserving what means the most to us, even in uncertain times.

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DATE OF EVENT
Tuesday, January 27, 2015


LOCATION
Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA)
901 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147


SCHEDULE
5:30 p.m. Registration and refreshments reception
6:15 p.m. Program
7:15 p.m. Book signing
7:30 p.m. Conclusion


EVENT OPTIONS

$2.00 of ​every ticket sale goes to the "Help Save Bodine" fund.

Members
• Refreshments, program & book: $25

General Public
• Refreshments, program & book: $35

Full-time Students (with valid ID)
• Refreshments, program & book: $15


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SAVE THE DATE! 21st Century Technology: New Beginning or Terrible End?
February 03, 2015


 

Technology seems to be expanding at an exponential rate, with each passing year, month, and even day bringing about the latest and greatest technological innovations of the time.

But is it all good, is it all bad, or is it something in between?

From the connectedness of the internet and social media, which some say brings us closer together while others argue that its creating rifts in how people relate to one another, to biotechnology and genetic engineering, which some claim will help us to cure what were thought to be incurable diseases and mend physical or mental handicaps while others believe it's not right to "play God" and manipulate the human genome--these are the technological debates in the world today.

Join the World Affairs Council for a day-long conference with featured experts in various fields of technology. Be sure to check back for updates on speakers and topics.

In partnership with
Drexel University   

 

Welcome Speaker

Mr. John Fry

John Fry
President, Drexel University

 

Featuring

Buzz Aldrin, Ph.D.

Gregory Stock, Ph.D.

Stewart Prager, Ph.D.

Buzz Aldrin, Ph.D.
Apollo 11 astronaut and second man to walk on the moon

Gregory Stock, Ph.D.
Biophysicist, best-selling author, and biotech entrepreneur

Stewart Prager, Ph.D.
Director, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy

 

 

 

Juliana Reyes

Jonathon Youshaei

Stacey Ferreira

Juliana Reyes
Lead Reporter, Technical.ly Philly

Jonathon Youshaei
Product Marketer, Google; Founder, Every Vowel; writer for Forbes, Fast Company, & The Huffington Post

Stacey Ferreira
Co-Founded MySocialCloud at 18, acquired by Reputation.com at 20; Co-Founded 2 Billion Under 20; Co-Founded AdMoar

 

 


The Stan and Arlene Ginsburg Family Foundation “Great Debate” Series of the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia will explore the most pressing and vexing public policy questions facing our nation and the world, seeking to bring together some of the best and most provocative minds, with differing points of view, on these questions, creating a forum for audiences to decide for themselves “the whole truth.”

The “Great Debates” series is being made possible by a challenge grant from the Stan and Arlene Ginsburg Family Foundation, with the challenge having been met by Council supporters UGI Corporation, AMETEK, Inc., and SEI Private Wealth Management.

Registration to open soon.

 

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DATE OF EVENT
Tuesday, February 3, 2014


LOCATION
Drexel University
Behrakis Hall
3210 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104


SCHEDULE
Information to come.


EVENT OPTIONS

$2.00 of ​every ticket sale goes to the "Help Save Bodine" fund.

Information to come.


For the accommodation of special needs during events (e.g. hearing/vision impairments, dietary restrictions, wheelchair accessibility), please call Denise Bala at 215-561-4700 ext. 227 or Hayley Boyle ext. 235.

 


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