• Update on Efforts to Eliminate North Korea's Nuclear Weapons

    **PLEASE REGISTER BEFORE FRIDAY, MAY 24 AT http://atlantacir.org/event-3376507/Registration On May 29th, 2019, ACIR will be hosting Lt. General In-Bum Chun (Retired), Army of the Republic of Korea who will provide an "Update on Efforts to Eliminate North Korea's Nuclear Weapons." The recent failed summit between North Korea Supreme Leader Kim, Jong-un and U.S. President Donald Trump, Kim's now refusal to meet with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and his defiance of sanctions imposed by the international community in an effort to end North Korea's illicit activities associated with its nuclear weapons development threatens the United States, South Korea and the world community with the potential for a devastating nuclear conflict. Come listen and engage in a discussion with General Chun, who is fresh back from South Korea and greatly concerned about the recent turn of events. REGISTRATION 1. Members – $[masked]. Consular Corps (use registration code CG19) – $[masked]. Institutional Members (Georgia Tech and University of North Georgia use registration code 2019) – $[masked]. Student (Georgia Tech and University of North Georgia only) – $[masked]. Non Members – $45.00 Please contact [masked] to obtain more information.

  • A New Age in US-Vietnamese Relations

    Capital City Club

    **PLEASE REGISTER BEFORE FRIDAY, JUNE 7 AT http://atlantacir.org/event-3334335/Registration ACIR is honored to host Dr. Larry Berman who will speak on the topic, "A New Age in US-Vietnamese Relations." Larry Berman is the Founding Dean of the Honors College at Georgia State University and Professor Emeritus at the University of California, Davis. He completed his doctorate at Princeton University in 1977 and is an internationally recognized expert on US foreign policy and the war in Vietnam. He has written extensively on Vietnam War related topics and has received fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the American Council of Learned Societies. Since 2000, Berman has been a frequent visitor and speaker in Vietnam and the United States on all topics related to reconciliation between former enemies. REGISTRATION 1. Members – $[masked]. Consular Corps (use registration code CG19) – $[masked]. Institutional Members (Georgia Tech and University of North Georgia use registration code 2019) – $[masked]. Student (Georgia Tech and University of North Georgia only) – $[masked]. Non Members – $45.00 Please contact [masked] to obtain more information.