Digital Library

  • Continental Cooperation: How the US, Mexico and Canada are Aligning to Confront COVID-19

    This livestream, part of the ongoing digital series between the Los Angeles World Affairs Council & Town Hall and the World Trade Center Los Angeles tackles the ways that COVID-19 is uniquely affecting North America. The discussion features the Canadian Consul General to Los Angeles, Zaib Shaikh, the Mexican Consul General to Los Angeles, Ambassador Marcela Celorio, and is moderated by President of the World Trade Center Stephen Cheung. Listen now to hear both Consuls General discuss the state of coronavirus in Canada and Mexico, the future possibilities of our regional supply chains, and how the US-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement will be shaped by the pandemic.

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  • Margaret Thatcher – Need for Strong Defense

    11/16/91 Margaret Thatcher tells the Los Angeles World Affairs Council that the biggest lesson from the Cold War is “if you wish for peace, you must be prepared for war.”
  • General Stanley McChrystal: US Special Forces are “Stunningly Good”

    3/16/14 General Stanley McChrystal talks about the capabilities – and the limits – of the “stunningly good” US Special Forces.

The Digital Library has been made possible through a generous grant from the Giles W. And Elise G. Mead Foundation