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A group of Uzbekistan Journalists visited Manzanita, a beautiful ocean side city located in Oregon. They met with the editor of Manzanita News and Espresso and discussed the role of online journalism and blogging in the U.S Media. North Coast Citizen.
Four students from the Iraqi Young Leaders visit the Nature Conservancy's Kilchis Preserve, located near Tillamook Bay, in Oregon. Tillamook Headlight Herald.
Dr. Katharine Hayhoe says public misinformed, scientists agree on warming. Portland Tribune July 7, 2015
Climate-change expert Katharine Hayhoe, a scientist and a Christian, is on a mission to change the minds of faith-based climate change deniers. Street Roots June 19, 2015
Skyview High School will host eight student ambassadors from five African nations Wednesday. Coordinated by the World Affairs Council of Oregon, the visit is part of the U.S. State Department's Youth Ambassadors Program. The Columbian March 24, 2015
The U.S. government is rightly concerned with the ethical, legal and strategic considerations that are being developed to govern the use of remotely piloted aircraft, or drones. The Oregonian, July 22, 2014
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton did not answer the BIG question — will she run for president in 2016? — during her visit to Portland Tuesday night, but she did tell the audience that she is a fan of Voodoo Doughnuts. Portland Tribune April 9, 2014
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, speaking to an enthusiastic crowd of 3,000 in Portland on Tuesday night, spoke acerbically of an American political culture that increasingly frowns on compromise and working across partisan divides. The Oregonian/Live Oregon April 8, 2014
Students from the Dalles Wahtonka High School talk about their experience at the World Quest, an annual knowledge bowl organized by the World Affairs Council of Oregon. The Dalles Chronicle May 14, 2013
Global warming activist, former NASA Scientist James Hansen speaks out before World Affairs Council of Oregon appearance
Over a five-decade career, climate scientist James E. Hansen became a foremost champion for climate change activists, who see him as a fearless truth teller, and a bête noire for global warming skeptics, who see him as a rash alarmist. The Oregonian April 25, 2013