• Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019. In Partnership with Soka University. A Special Lecture Event. Former Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes

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  • October 17th, 2019. Faking It Part 3. Admission is Free! RSVP here!

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  • WACOC Annual General Meeting: Will the Global Economy Survive the US-China Trade War? Wednesday, September 25th, 2019.

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  • Sunday, September 15th, 2019: Annual Trustee Luncheon. All Trustees are highly encouraged to attend! Sign up through email or by calling the WACOC office.

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  • Under the Influence: How Corporations and Influencers are Shaping Your Choices

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  • An Evening Dinner Event With Professor ´╗┐Raghuram Rajan, Former Governor of the Reserve Bank of India & Former Chief Economist of the IMF

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  • "How Asia is Reacting to a Less Dependable United States & More Assertive China" with Former Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian Affairs Daniel Russel

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  • Join the BABC OC and WACOC for the Annual British Garden Party!

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  • Join WACOC at Irvine Chamber World Trade Week Event! REGISTER NOW Limited Seating

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Faking It Part 3   October 17th, 6:00 PM-8:00 PM   Renaissance Newport Beach Hotel   Admission is FREE!   Register Here!   After two successful events, “Faking It” now has it’s conclusion. We have discussed the complexities of the “Fake News” world, most notably about how different kinds of media (news media, social media, etc.) use a wide range of tactics to shift the beliefs of those consuming their […]

    Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019 Soka Performing Arts Center  1 University Drive, Aliso Viejo, CA Lecture and Book Signing: 7:00pm   Register Here!   All World Affairs Council members get discounted tickets! The exclusive coupon code is: WAC2019  

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