Join CIR members and guests for an elegant autumn evening at La Fonda on the Plaza featuring keynote speaker, Amb. Michael McFaul, who served as the United States Ambassador to Russia from 2012 to 2014.
Join us on August 23rd for lunch and a panel discussion at the Estancia Primera Clubhouse to hear Amb. Vicki Huddleston, Amb. Mark Asquino, and Amb. Pat Hawkins review the current status of the State Department under newly appointed Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo.
Linda Pappas Funsch, author of Oman Reborn: Balancing Tradition and Modernization, will discuss the history and modern transformation of the Sultanate of Oman, a little known, but vitally important, country of the Arab Middle East.
Join CIR members and guests for a delightful exploration of Japanese gardesns portrayed through a stunning slide show and discussion by photographer, Charles Mann. This event includes a buffet luncheon.
CIR Member Summer Gathering. We are inviting all CIR members to join us in the shady grove right outside our office and next to the Rosario Street bridge for a fantastic reception with four visiting Thai journalists.
In 2018, consider joining our local Great Decisions program which provides background information and policy options for eight of the most critical issues facing America each year and serves as a focal text for discussion groups across the country.
The Santa Fe Council on International Relations is thrilled to host a panel discussion on the Future of the Koreas, sponsored by the Korea Economic Institute (KEI). Alongside incisive conversation about the summit the panelists will address political, security, economic, and trade issues pertaining to U.S. – Korea relations and the future of the Korean peninsula.
Lulu serves up her traditional and delicious Chinese fare followed by Red Light Revolution, a film in which a luckless Beijinger opens an adult shop to make ends meet, sparking a sexual revolution in his conservative neighborhood.
Join us to hear something special – the perspective and experiences of journalists from seven different countries around the world. Brought here through our partnership with the U.S. State Department and its Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalists: Research and Investigation.