Welcome to Santa Fe Council on International Relations
CIR's 2019 Annual Policy Simulation at Santa Fe Prep. February 2019.
Jason Rezaian from The Washington Post spoke about his 544 day imprisonment in Iran at Journalism under Fire. December, 2018
Panel on Challenges for Indigenous Journalism at Journalism under Fire. December 2018.
Ambassador Michael McFaul with local students at CIR's 2018 Annual Gala.
Political cartoons at Journalism under Fire. December 2018.
Jenni Monet and Dr. Courtney Radsch speaking on "Justice for Journalists under Fire" at Journalism under Fire. December 2018
Students discuss policy options during CIR's Annual Policy Simulation in April 2017.
CIR's 2019 Annual Policy Simulation at Capital High School. February 2019.
Santa Fe Mayor Alan Webber leading a moment of silence for slain journalists at Journalism under Fire. December 2018.
UNM student interviewing Amb. Michael McFaul at CIR's 2018 Annual Gala. November 2018.
CIR High School Fellow taking the stage at Journalism under Fire. December 2018.
The winning team (ASK Academy of Rio Rancho) of the 2018 Academic WorldQuest competition.
Olga Yurkova, the creator of Stopfake.org, discussing Russian disinformation efforts in Ukraine at Journalism under Fire. December 2018.
CIR High School Fellow speaking at Journalism under Fire. December, 2018
Our ED, Sandy, presenting at Journalism under Fire. December 2018.
We connect New Mexico and the world by engaging and educating people to become responsible global citizens. We promote an in-depth understanding of globalization–including the responsibilities of the global citizen–and U.S. foreign policy through our community education and high school/college education programs.
Through our partnership with the U.S. State Department, this year we will welcome over 425 international visitors to northern New Mexico. We connect ideas with action, through a membership of former ambassadors, foreign service officers, executives, and an engaged public seeking insight into these complex times.
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Calendar of Upcoming Events
May 23rd, 2019: Dean Cheng on US-China Relations: The Three Nots. Why Asia is not Europe. Why China is not the Soviet Union. And why this not your father’s PLA. Tickets and details here.
May 24th, 2019: Latin American Women’s Leadership Luncheon with 12 visiting Latin American Leaders. Tickets and details here.
June 4th, 2019: The Bridge to 2023. A free luncheon to learn about CIR’s exciting current and future directions. Register here.
June 7th, 2019: Regional Briefing Luncheon: The Shifting Winds of Trade with Douglas George, Patrick Schaefer, and Manuel Montoya. Tickets and details here.
Two recent pieces in the Santa Fe New Mexican:
March 8: A Quest for Knowledge on our Academic WorldQuest competition.
March 9: EU diplomat stresses safety, equality at Women’s Day in Santa Fe.