Converging Interests: India’s ‘Look East’ and America’s ‘Asia Pivot’
October 1, 2014
Join the Council on the heels of Prime Minister Modi’s bilateral talks with President Barack Obama following the UN General Assembly to hear about Modi’s foreign policy priorities from one of India’s most widely respected journalists and public intellectuals.
Special Seminar and Video Conference
Peace in the Middle East? A German View of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
October 3, 2014
During this special seminar and video conference, students will hear from Ruprecht Polenz, German politician and former Chairman of the German Bundestag’s Committee on Foreign Affairs, about the conflict in the Middle East. He will provide a German point of view on the current situation in Israel and Palestine, and address how a policy towards the region should look and the response needed by the global community.
The Dr. Henry A. Kissinger Transatlantic Speaker Program of the ACG Pittsburgh Eric M. Warburg Chapter
Public Policy Discussion and Luncheon on the occasion of German Unity Day
Germany’s Role in the World
October 3, 2014
With the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and the horizon and German-American relations at a low point over allegations of spying, this is an opportune time to hear from one of Germany’s most distinguished politicians and foreign policy experts. Join the American Council on Germany and the World Affairs Council for a timely discussion on the occasion of German Unity Day!
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Is Syria Really that Important?
November 23, 2013
This half-hour radio program will feature Michael Doran, Senior Fellow, Saban Center for Middle East Politics, Brookings Institution. He will discuss "Is Syria Really that Important?" with host Council President, Dr. Steven E. Sokol.
Pittsburgh KQV Global Press Conference is the Council's weekly radio show, airing on KQV News Radio AM 1410 on Saturdays at 7:00 a.m. and Sundays at 10:30 a.m. Times may vary from week to week, so please check the KQV website for updates.
The half-hour program reaches more than 45,000 listeners per week. Program topics and/or times are subject to change.