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Register Your OC High School Team Today! World Affairs Council of Orange County Invites you to participate in our 7th Annual Academic WorldQuest February 7, 2015 Academic WorldQuest is a team competition, held among Orange County high school students, testing students’ knowledge of global affairs. This year the local winning team from Orange County will have the opportunity to participate in the National Academic WorldQuest in Washington DC in April […]

Save the Date Wednesday, January 21, 2014 Ambassador L Paul Bremer III “America, still the Indispensable Nation”   During three decades as a professional diplomat, Paul Bremer served many appointments including Ambassador to the Netherlands and Ambassador at Large for Counter Terrorism in the Reagan administration, and was appointed by President Bush as Presidential Envoy to Iraq in 2003.  A Career Member of the Senior Foreign Service and Class of Career […]

World Affairs Council of Orange County Presents Bridging Borders through Sounds of the World   A Holiday Celebration with Carl St. Clair Music Director, Pacific Symphony Carl St. Clair, Conductor and Music Director of Pacific Symphony Orchestra and Costa Rica National Symphony Orchestra will take us on a journey in the world of music and its power to “Bridge Borders” among cultures. For 25 years under his leadership, the Pacific […]

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