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Member Advantages

Why become a member?

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Shared Interests

Members who share our interests!  Tucson Committee on Foreign Relations is the oldest foreign policy discussion group in Arizona. TCFR brings renowned speakers—from academia, diplomacy, government, and beyond—to Tucson, engaging members in vital discussions.

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Speaker Commentaries

We have a graduate student fellowship partnership with the University of Arizona, and our student fellow does one-on-one speaker interviews following each presentation and then produces the summary of the talk, posted on our Commentary Section.

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Access to Speakers

Our events give members opportunities to not just hear from experts, but to engage.   Every speaker invites member questions, and often discussion and debate.

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Ongoing Discussion and Debate

TCFR members can join Online Discussion Groups designed to foster discussion and engagement around the topics TCFR addresses throughout the year. These forums are open to all members, and especially valuable for those who may not have been able to attend an events on a topic of special interest to them.

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Community of Interesting Members

Our members are those with an interest in topics related to International Relations, and for many, this interest is born from professional international work experience.

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Expanded Social Media Engagement

The Tucson Committee on Foreign Relations LinkedIn Group is an active forum open to interested members and non-members as well. Members will get to read and comment, if they’d like, with others from our Tucson community, but also across the country.

Click the button below to become part of our engaged community!

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