2012 marks the 90th Anniversary of The Chicago Council on Global Affairs. The Chicago Council was formed after World War I, during a period of fervent isolationism in the United States. On February 20, 1922, twenty-three men and women established the Council as an impartial forum for discussing foreign affairs in Chicago. For 90 years, The Chicago Council has been providing insight, encouraging dialogue, and engaging the world.
To learn more about the Council’s distinguished history, click on the photos in the collage below.