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International Resources

Open World: Sponsored by the Library of Congress, Open World works to enhance understanding and capabilities for cooperation between the United States and the countries of Eurasia by developing a network of leaders in the region who have gained significant, firsthand exposure to America’s democratic, accountable government and its free-market system.

Global Ties U.S., formerly the National Council for International Visitors – Global Ties U.S. serves as the professional association for the international exchange community, which includes a national network of community-based member organizations such as the Santa Fe Council on International Relations, national program agencies, associate member organizations and individuals. Global Ties U.S. is a network of over 100 nonprofit organizations across 44 states and 13 countries.

World Affairs Councils of America – An association of independent organizations that work to engage and educate Americans on international affairs and foreign policy.

Local Resources

Albuquerque Committee on Foreign Relations – The Albuquerque Committee on Foreign Relations is a non-partisan organization dedicated to informing its members about the broad range of foreign policy choices facing the United States.  We do that by bringing nationally-recognized experts to Albuquerque to speak to and engage with our members and guests.

Albuquerque International Association and Center for International Studies – AIA is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to enriching the lives of its community members by creating a vibrant intellectual environment dealing with foreign affairs, international business, culture and art.   CIR often shares International Lecture Series speakers with AIA, which could provide you with an alternative day and location for a talk.

Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce – The Santa Fe Council on International Relations is a member.

Renesan Institute – Renesan’s purpose is to promote lifelong learning, to provide programs that reflect the interests of members and to encourage intellectual and personal growth through learning. It offers courses and lectures that promote understanding and appreciation of subjects from the wide spectrum of human achievement and our natural world.