"There is nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come!" -Victor Hugo
OIC Foreign Relations Breakthrough Project
While our world continues to grow more and more dangerous, government officials struggle to prevent or resolve our most serious national and international challenges.
Global Challenges Unresolved and Expanding
There are many competent foreign policymakers, negotiators and security strategists that are well educated and highly experienced.
However, given the numerous challenges going unresolved, it is obvious that education, experience and dedication alone are not enough. The problem solvers must have the ability to recognize what is missing in their assessments, policies, negotiations and strategies.
To address this most serious problem solving shortfall, OIC is recommending that officials worldwide participate in innovative and transformational programs. They dramatically increase the participant's level of conscience awareness.
This means their ability to accurately recognize critical issues overlooked or misconstrued becomes many times greater.
These programs have been specifically developed to support participants in producing unprecedented major breakthroughs for their organization.
For an in depth discussion about the programs, volunteering or membership call 1 856 596 6679 Our hours are 9AM to 9PM NY time week days.
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Countdown to Zero Trailer
The various anti-nuke organizations serve important functions. They create public awareness of the dangers of nuclear weapons. They work with other NGOs and governments on disarmament and proliferation issues, etc.
However, until governments recognize how to relate effectively towards each other, the fears that motivate officials to pursue nuclear and other Weapons of Mass Destruction will continue to plague our world!
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Iran expert Barbara Slavin
Barbara is a Senior Fellow
at the Atlantic Council
Greta Thunberg-A 16 year old Swedish girl who launched a worldwide movement to combat Global Climate Change.
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