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    ATLANTA COUNCIL ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

  • Established in 1954

    Independent and Nonpartisan

    Connecting Atlanta to the World

  • It is love of home and civic loyalty that will, can and is building the greatest, and most prosperous city in all this glorious Southland
    – Ivan Allen

Events

ACIR meets regularly with diplomats, academicians, journalists, government officials or other invited guest speakers with expertise in international affairs. Speakers devote approximately one half of their time to present material. The remaining half is devoted to questions, answers and open discussion.

  • Upcoming Events

    Thursday, December 14, 2017 Nadia Theodore Consul General, Canada Luncheon and Discussion: “The North American Partnership: Looking Ahead” Register for the...

Past Events

ACIR is always open to new members from the Atlanta community and internationally. ACIR’s membership represents a group unmatched in accomplishment and diversity in the field of international affairs. ACIR’s members includes government officials, renowned scholars, business executives, acclaimed journalists, prominent lawyers, and distinguished nonprofit professionals.

Membership

ACIR membership allows you to attend ACIR events, and many ACIR co-sponsored events, at member rates, attend “Members Only" functions, receive regular notification of ACIR events, and contribute to the support of ACIR interns. ACIR membership dues also permit ACIR to bring to you a wider variety of programs with highly regarded national and internationally speakers.

  • Membership

    The Atlanta Council on International Relations is a non-profit and non-partisan educational organization that promotes understanding of international affairs through the...

Support ACIR

Supporting ACIR provides an opportunity to make a contribution to the advancement of peace and prosperity through knowledge and understanding of international affairs. ACIR is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit. All contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable under the law.

  • Support ACIR

    Support the Atlanta Council on International Relations (ACIR) Dialogue Promotes Peace and Prosperity through Knowledge and Understanding Today, our world with all of its...

Blog

The editorial staff provide commentary and analysis on topics related to international affairs and Atlanta. The views expressed in this Blog are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Atlanta Council on International Relations, the ACIR Board of Directors, or its members.

About

The Atlanta Council on International Relations is a non-profit and non-partisan educational organization that promotes understanding of international affairs through the free exchange of ideas. The purpose of the Council is to help develop a nucleus of informed opinion on current international issues, world affairs, and U.S. foreign policy.

  • Membership

    The Atlanta Council on International Relations is a non-profit and non-partisan educational organization that promotes understanding of international affairs through the...

  • Venue

    The Atlanta Council on International Relations meets at monthly at the Capital City Club in Atlanta, Georgia. The Club presently operates three facilities for the use...

  • Information

    The Atlanta Council on International Relations (ACIR) is the successor organization to the Atlanta Committee on Foreign Relations (ACFR). Founded in the early 1950s,...

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