CGS MN Newsletter

Stay up-to-date on upcoming events, and read thoughtful essays from CGS-MN members. Published each January, March, May, September and November. Current and archived newsletters available on this page.

 

May 2017

  • World Premiere: The World is My Country
  • Shawn Otto's "The War on Science, Who's Waging It, Why it Matters, What We Can Do About It." By Dick Bernard
  • THIRD THURSDAY GLOBAL ISSUES FORUM: "Global Refugee Crisis", Presenter: Daniel Wordsworth
  • "Russia: The New Cold War", Presenter: Todd Lefko

March 2017

  • WEBSITE RESOURCES TO OFFER DIVERSE PERSPECTIVES ON THIRD THURSDAY FORUM TOPICS By Gail Hughes, CGS-MN President
  • RETHINKING SOVEREIGNTY By Joseph E. Schwartzberg
  • THIRD THURSDAY GLOBAL ISSUES FORUMS
  • WORLD LAW DAY, MONDAY, MAY 1, 5:30 P.M. GANDHI MAHAL, MINNEAPOLIS MN
  • A THOUGHT TOWARDS A BETTER WORLD By Dick Bernard, Vice-President, GlobalSolutionsMn.org

January 2017

  • IT’S HERE!  CGS-MINNESOTA LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE By Nancy Dunlavy, CGS-MN board secretary and website co-manager
  • ARE YOU READY TO GIVE UP? OR IS IT TIME TO STEP UP?  By Roxanne Abbas, CGS-MN Board member, and State Coordinator of Minnesota Peace Project
  • WE NEED A DEPARTMENT OF PEACE.  Judi Poulson, CGS-MN member, Fairmont MN
  • U.N. UNDER THREAT!
  • THIRD THURSDAY GLOBAL ISSUES FORUMS

November 2016

  • The Faces of Future Leaders in Our World
  • Hats Off to Jim Nelson, By Joe Schwartzberg
  • An interesting proposal for a solution in Syria
  • Upcoming Third Thursday Global Issues Forums
  • Change is ahead for our website
  • POLITICS AND A 501(c)3 ORGANIZATION
    By Dick Bernard, editor, Vice-President

September 2016

  • A PEACE-FILLED GATHERING OF FRIENDS IN FAIRMONT MINNESOTA, By Nancy Dunlavy
  • UPCOMING THIRD THURSDAY GLOBAL ISSUES FORUMS
  • THE LESSON OF BREXIT: THEY NEED TO FIXIT!, Gail Hughes, President
  • IN MEMORIAM: Lynn Elling; Wendell R. Anderson
  • A CONFERENCE ON U.N. REFORM, AND AN EXCITING NEW PROJECT, By Joe Schwartzberg Director, The Workable World Trust