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Students at area high schools are serving as interns at various NCWA programs to learn about international affairs. Most of them have participated in Model UN or Academic WorldQuest competitions and have asked for ways to continue to expand their knowledge. NCWA is proud to oblige their requests.

Students from several high schools have volunteered to write summaries of the lectures given to NCWA members throughout the season. They do not insert their opinions or analysis of what the lecturer presents, but simply present a brief written summary for your convenience. While NCWA members can access archived videos of the lectures by clicking here, we thought you might also enjoy reading short summaries by our engaged students of what our distinguished lecturers had to say. (You need to be logged in as a member to access the videos).

       Four high school interns
      greet a guest at a lecture

Aarnav Sheth, a senior at Gulf Coast High School, asks a lecturer questions on behalf of members watching the talk via livestream.

Summaries of some of the lectures are presented below:

"Securing the Black Sea Region," by Iulia-Sabina Joja, Ph.D. -- Summarized by Maya Doonan of Gulf Coast High School. She attended the program in International Relations at Georgetown University. Click here.

"The New Germany, "How Lessons from History Influence German Policies on the Wars
in Ukraine and the Middle East," by Hope Harrison, Ph.D. -- Summarized by Aarnav Sheth of Gulf Coast High School. He attended the EIL summer program in Germany. Click here.

"All Eyes on China," by Robert Daly -- Summarized by Aarnav Sheth of Gulf Coast High School. Click here.

"South Korea at the Crossroads," by Scott Snyder -- Summarized by Courtney Andrews of Gulf Coast High School. Click here.

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