The United States should stand by the Iran Deal

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette published an Op-Ed on November 11 by Ambassador Thomas Pickering, who is in Pittsburgh for a series of events sponsored by the World Affairs Council this week. To read the article on the Post-Gazette’s website, click here.  The United States should stand by the Iran Deal American leadership will be undermined around … Read More

Gateway School District Students Attend World Affairs Institute for Student Leaders

This article first appeared as an article on Gateway School District’s Website. Read the full article here.  Seven Gateway HS students attended the 47th annual World Affairs Institute for Student Leaders on Wednesday, Oct. 18th at the Westin Convention Center in Pittsburgh. The topic this year was Global Solutions to the Environmental Crisis. The institute immersed … Read More

World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh to Host World Affairs Councils of America (WACA) National Board Meeting and Leadership Summit

The World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh is hosting a series of events from June 8, 2017 to June 10, 2017 as part of the World Affairs Councils of America National Board Meeting and Leadership Summit. The Leadership Summit will open with a welcome reception on Thursday, June 8, featuring: Ambassador Roman Popadiuk, Chairman, World Affairs … Read More

Announcing the Global Snapshot

The World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh is pleased to announce the launch of the Global Snapshot, a document that captures Pittsburgh’s evolving international landscape as it relates to people, education, and the economy. The Global Snapshot is designed to bring awareness to lesser known statistics that support Pittsburgh’s rise as a global city, and help promote Pittsburgh as an attractive destination for individuals from across the country and around the world to both live and work.

Experts: Everyday internet-ready devices susceptible to cyberattacks

A recent massive computer hacking incident that blocked traffic to many popular online sites offered just a taste of how bad future attacks could be, a top national cybersecurity expert said during the Council’s Exploring Cybersecurity Through a Legal Lens luncheon discussion. Read the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review article for more details.