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    • June 12, 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Phone

    Cover to Cover Author Conference Call

    Peace Works: America's Shifting Role in a Turbulent World


    Featuring Ambassador (ret.) Frederick D. Barton

       

    June 12, 2018
    11:00 - 11:30 am


    Register for the call at

    https://www.worldaffairscouncils.org/Programs/event.cfm?UserID=62
    Bosnia, Rwanda, Haiti, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria - a quarter-century of stumbles in America's pursuit of a more peaceful and just world. American military interventions have cost thousands of lives and billions of dollars, yet we rarely manage to enact positive and sustainable change. In Peace Works: America's Unifying Role in a Turbulent World, ambassador and global conflict leader Rick Barton uses a mix of stories, history, and analysis for a transformative approach to foreign affairs and
    offers concrete and attainable solutions for the future.

    • June 25, 2018
    • 6:00 AM - 8:15 PM
    • Loma Linda Univ. Health San Manuel Gateway College, 250 So. G Street, San Bernardino 92410
    Register

    Why NAFTA & U.S. - Mexico Relations Are Important to You
    How will Mexico’s elections impact the US?
    Do the issues that matter in Washington DC matter in Mexico City?

    Featuring The Honorable
    Earl Anthony Wayne, Ambassador to Mexico 2011-2015


    Monday, June 25, 2018    6:00 - 8:15 pm

    Loma Linda Univ. Health San Manuel Gateway College

    250 So. G Street, San Bernardino 92410

    Garden Room

    Buffet Reception & Talk:  $30  WAC Members     $40  Non Members

    Talk only:  (6:40)    $20 Public         Free for Students
    At the Door Talk only - Space Available
    :  $25 everyone

    Space is limited

    Parking free and secure
    Reception and Talk

    On July 1st people in Mexico will cast their ballots in what has been dubbed "the biggest election in Mexican history" due to the number of public issues being debated. This election will redefine the role of the government in areas such as economic development, trade, security and energy.

    88 million registered Mexican voters will elect their next president from candidates Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Ricardo Anaya, and Jose Antonio Meade each with different ideas about the role of government. Also on the ballot is the election of 500 members of the Chamber of Deputies and 128 members of the Senate. On the same day, 30 out of 32 states will also hold local elections.

    Ambassador Wayne will share his insights based on years of working with Mexican leaders and people.
    WhyNAFTA.US MexRelMatter.flierRev.pdf



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