Author Archives: Cynthia Melcher

About Cynthia Melcher

Cynthia Melcher is Executive Director of the World Affairs Council of Western Massachusetts

WNE’s Professor Sudha Setty on National Security and Civil Liberties under Trump

Sudha Setty, Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Faculty Development & Intellectual Life at Western New England University School of Law, will speak on Security and Civil Liberties under Trump: What Can We Learn from the First 100 Days? … Continue reading

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Canadian Consul General David Alward to Speak on Free and Fair Trade in April

Canadian Consul General David N. Alward will speak on US-Canadian relations on “Canada and the United States:  Promoting jobs and economic growth through free and fair trade” on Thursday, April 13  at noon in the third floor Community Room at One … Continue reading

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Consul General of the United Kingdom Harriet Cross to Speak on British-US Relations

Consul General of the United Kingdom in Boston Harriet Cross, will speak on US-UK relations  on Tuesday, March 21 at noon in the third floor Community Room at One Financial Plaza,1350 Main Street (Corner of Main & Court), in downtown … Continue reading

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BBC Foreign Correspondent Andrew Harding on Somalia December 9

The World Affairs Council is pleased to present BBC foreign correspondent Andrew Harding at supper event on Friday, December 9, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. at the Springfield Sheraton, One Monarch Place, in downtown Springfield.  He will speak about his new … Continue reading

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90th Annual Meeting & Dinner to Feature Bill Scher on Foreign Policy & the Presidential Election

The World Affairs Council’s 90th Annual Meeting and Dinner will take place on Thursday, October 13, 2016 at the Springfield Sheraton at Monarch Place at 6:00 PM.  Bill Scher, Contributing Editor to POLITICO Magazine, will speak on “How 2016 Turned … Continue reading

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