OIC Foreign Relations Breakthrough Project
There is Nothing More Powerful Than an Idea Whose Time Has Come!"
We live in the most dangerous time in human history. There are 9 nuclear armed states today. Iran is seeking to be no. 10.
Terrorists are pursuing various types of Weapons of Mass Destruction. Cyber-warfare is raging and other new very dangerous weapons are being constantly developed.
While the threats, conflicts and terrorist attacks keep expanding, foreign policymakers, security strategists and other officials have been struggling with great difficulty for a long time to resolve these challenges.
Ex. US-Russian relations, the North Korean challenge, the decades long Israel-Palestinian conflict, US-Iranian relations, the 60 years of animosity and periodic conflict between India and Pakistan, terrorism, etc.
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!
Young Diplomat Project
The Young Diplomat Project connects high school Social Studies and World History Students with important diplomats at the UN Secretariat, the Permanent Missions of UN Member States in New York, at the State Department and Embassies in Washington.
Speaking directly with diplomats gives the student a deeper insight and a broader perspective into the world of international affairs. Student groups up to 4 students choose a government and OIC facilitates the connection between the student’s teacher and the diplomat. Arrangements are then made for the visit.
Articles and Videos
Iran expert Barbara Slavin
Barbara is a Senior Fellow
at the Atlantic Council
Please note that our OIC team members highly respect and admire our expert friends whose videos and articles are on our site.
However, they are solely on our site to inform our site visitors. OIC does not endorse nor oppose anything written or recorded by anyone not on our team.
Many in the public steeped in denial seem content to blindly assume that their government will resolve these challenges. At this time there is little evidence to suggest that will happen.
Our highly trained and experienced government officials do have the potential to prevent and resolve our challenges.
Our project is about advocating innovative resources that will make it possible for officials to actualize their limitless problem solving potential.
The programs have been used with consistent and outstanding success worldwide in corporations, non-profits and select government agencies since the 1970s.
For Program Details Contact:
OIC President Arnold Keiser by telephone at 1 856 596 6679. To send a message: firstname.lastname@example.org
J. Robert Oppenheimer