For the sake of the argument, I'd like to propose the following situation:
The BoGS has appointed you as member of a committee that needs to select a site for the next General Assembly and Conventions. They say they have a preference for a place outside the USA, if possible.
Of course, several issues need to be addressed.
1. The visa situation must be such that the greatest possible number of delegates can attend.
2. Political stability and security are a top priority (Kabul, Afghanistan, might not be the best option, for instance).
3. We understand less US Nazarenes will be able to attend due to travel expenses. Do seek to allow for as many "international" Nazarenes to attend as possible.
4. Normally, we're talking about a place that needs to be able to seat 1100 delegates and their desks, and because of the simultaneous Conventions, we need two of these halls.
5. Then we also need a place where some 25000 people can attend a church service.
6. The location needs to be relatively close to an airport with sufficient capacity to fly in at least some 20000 people within a few days.
7. We also need accommodations sufficient to house all visitors in a decent way.
8. Considering the many folks in the USA who will want to follow at least some of the services and meetings, a solid infrastructure is necessary to be able to broadcast these through the internet.
9. Many districts provide funds for international delegates to attend. If they had to spend those on their own travel expenses, we'd have a problem. Propose a solution.
10. Provide 3 places where we can select from.
What would your suggestions be?