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    • July 09, 2020
    • (PDT)
    • Zoom viz internet accessible device

    The WAC of Orange County invites WAC of Inland Southern California participants
    to join them for their upcoming event

    Technology, Geo-political Espionage, and the
    New Russian Threat


    with
    Dr. Eric Haseltine

    Thursday, July 9th, 2020
    1:15 PM (Pacific Time)

    Based on his experiences both in the private sector and in US Government intelligence, author and TED speaker Eric Haseltine provides a unique perspective on the inner workings of technology within geopolitical espionage, and calls our attention to the risks embedded within. With reference to both organizational and technological shortfalls, Eric will describe how the US can reduce threats to, and increase the effectiveness of US intelligence gathering.

    Register for the program at:
    https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMudeCrrDopEtd1foznZ0w6gryJqlBMTH0Z



    • July 13, 2020
    • 1:15 PM - 2:30 PM (PDT)
    • internet access device
    Register

    World Affairs Councils of Inland Southern California, Orange County, San Diego, World Affairs Councils of America, & The Channel City Club

    In Partnership with

    PRESENT

    The World: A Conversation with Richard Haass,
    President of the Council on Foreign Relations
    “Making Sense of a World in Crisis — Through
    the Eyes of a Foreign Policy Expert”


    Richard Haass

    Monday, July 13, 2020
    Zoom Webinar begins at 1:15 Pacific time

    Register at: https://www.wacinlandsocal.org/event-3890604

     
    Join this wide-ranging conversation with Dr. Richard Haass, President of the Council on Foreign Relations as together we analyze the global social structures
    that are necessary for effective problem solving and
    stability. Dr. Haass is one of the most articulate,
    thoughtful analysts in the U.S. regarding global
    affairs and American foreign policy. He will discuss
    how we can become more informed, discerning
    citizens through understanding how the world
    works, how international acts impact us domestically
    and how we can help shape U.S. responses.

    Haass will also explain how he studies world events, global politics, financial shifts, cultural uprisings and ancient and modern history to make sound, independent judgments regarding events around the globe.


    Finally, Dr. Haass will engage with the audience in a frank,
    lively Q and A about today's international challenges. Don’t miss this
    unique opportunity to interact with one of the foremost experts of
    our day on global affairs!

    * * * *

    Please download and duplicate the attached flier to share
    with friends and colleagues

    R.Haassflier7-13-20rev.pdf


    Learn more about Dr. Haass at https://www.cfr.org/expert/richard-n-haass

    Richard Haass' latest book

    Penguin Books 2020
    https://www.cfr.org/book/world


    • July 22, 2020
    • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (PDT)
    • internet access device
    Register

    World Affairs Council Inland Southern California
    and the Nebraska World Affairs Council

    invite you to an important discussion on

    Where Does the Money Come From?
    Financing International Terrorism

    featuring Dr. Ian Oxnevad

     

    July 22, 2020
    2:00 - 3:00 pm - Pacific Time
    Zoom webinar
    Register at: https://www.wacinlandsocal.org/event-3889440 

     What is the source of the money stolen or laundered by
    terrorists used to run their organizations and militant operations? Since they are often moving, how do these terrorists keep their money safe and available?
    If you said banks, you are correct.

    Laws and financial regulations to combat money laundering and terrorist financing, have proliferated around the world.

    This means that the financial sector of every major country
    is not only engaged with banking regulators but with
    intelligence agencies, and foreign policies of countries

    in which they operate. How does it all work and why haven't
    governments been successful in stopping money from going
    to criminals and terrorists?

    Ian Oxnevad has spent almost a decade exploring the financing of global
    terrorism.
    His book, Making a Killing: States, Banks and Terrorist Financing,
    McGill-Queens University Press will be available soon.
    Dr. Oxnevad has a Ph.D. in Political Science/International Relations from
    University of California Riverside and an MA
    in National Security Studies,
    Dual
    Emphasis: Middle East Security, Terrorism from California
    State University, San Bernardino. He is teaching at UC Irvine in the
    2020-21 academic year.

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Inland Southern California
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