CHANNEL CITY CLUB
The Channel City Club was founded in 1946 in Santa Barbara, California, to provide the community with a local venue for outstanding experts on state, national, and international issues.
COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS
The Committee on Foreign Relations promotes foreign
relations dialogue through lecture-discussions.
Member of ACFR, Washington, D.C.
During this time when we are unable to hold our luncheon programs and other in-person events,
we have had the benefit of timely Webinars/Zoom programs presented by experts at eminent “think tanks”
through American Committees on Foreign Relations.
“How Will the Coronavirus Pandemic Impact Great Power Competition?” (Hudson Institute; March 31, 2020)
“Disinformation Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic” (Wilson Center; April 7, 2020)
"The Food Supply During the Pandemic: Facts from the Front Line" (Heritage Foundation; April 13, 2020)
“COVID-19 and the U.S.-China Relationship: Collision or Collaboration?” (National Committee on U.S.- China Relations; April 14, 2020)
“U.S. Global Leadership Amid Contested Globalism: The Next 25 Years.” (Hudson Institute; April 20, 2020) This was followed by ACFR’s annual meeting.
“Nuclear Deterrence for the 21st Century” (Heritage Foundation & Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA); May 5, 2020)
“Putin and Russia: The Global Road Ahead” with Robert Donaldson, Ph.D. Director, Tulsa CFR & Erich Frankland, Director Casper CFR (May 7, 2020)
“In Russia’s Shadow: China’s Rising Security Presence?” (Kennan Institute, May 27, 2020)
“Making Sense of a World in Crisis — Through the Eyes of a Foreign Policy Expert” with Richard Haass, President of the Council on Foreign Relations (July 13, 2020)
ACFR Annual Conference
25 Year Anniversary Conference
U.S. Global Leadership: The Next 25 Years
November 11-13, 2020