Dealing with Putin’s Russia

Cleveland Council on World Affairs Presents: Election 2016: A Foreign Policy Forum  Steven Pifer, former Ambassador to Ukraine, now serves as  Director of the Brookings Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Initiative and is a Senior Fellow  at the Brookings Institute. Ambassador Pifer will use his in-depth knowledge of Russia, Ukraine, and U.S. foreign policy to examine what lies […]


What’s Next for U.S. Business in Russia

Join CCWA and IBN-NEO for a breakfast, keynote address and a panel discussion on doing business with Russia. Daniel A. Russell is keynote speaker and Vladimir Lechtman and Paul Znidar will participate in the panel discussion. Daniel A. Russell is President and CEO of U.S.-Russia Business Council, bilateral trade organization dedicated to commercial relations between […]


Volunteerism in the U.S.

Visitors from Guinea-Bissau, Malawi, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka and Yemen are coming to Cleveland to examine the impact of volunteerism in U.S. communities and how volunteers are inspired to help foster a culture of service, civic involvement and responsibility.  By sharing best practices, and opportunities to volunteer, participants will better understand the importance of volunteerism […]


Making Sense of the Ukraine-Russia Crisis

The Inaugural event in a new joint series — Happy Dog Takes on the World — presented by the Council on World Affairs and the City Club of Cleveland. Join special guest experts on Russia and Ukraine, including Professor Stephen Crowley, Chair of the Russian & East European Studies and Peace & Conflict Studies departments at […]


Living in Putin’s Neighborhood

With troubles in Europe’s East only to get worse after Sochi, Damon Wilson will focus on what’s happening on the frontiers of freedom in Europe and Eurasia, and why this matters to the U.S.

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