Posts Tagged ‘George Shultz’

Starting tonight, PBS will air a new documentary about Secretary George Shultz, Turmoil & Triumph: The George Shultz Years. Shultz served in both the Nixon and Reagan administrations and now co-chairs the World Affairs Council’s Advisory Committee. In his many years of service, Secretary Shultz has taken on numerous challenges, most recently the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI). He spoke at the Council last month about the Initiative before a screening of The Nuclear Tipping Point.

To learn more about the PBS series, which will air tonight on KQED at 10 PM, read this article from the San Francisco Chronicle and visit the film’s website. More information about the NTI can be found on their website here.

Watch a short segment from Turmoil & Triumph below:

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The Wall Street Journal’s Mary O’Grady reports on former US Secretary of State  George Shultz’s views of the drug war along the Mexican-US border from the North America Forum, Ottawa, Canada. Read the article here.

In case you missed last week’s blog post about last week’s 2009 North American Forum, you can find it here.

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