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UK Foreign Policy - What Will Define Britain's Engagement with the World Until 2020 and Beyond?

A conference to assess the future of UK-EU relations, UK Foreign Policy with a range of speakers
When Mar 24, 2015
Where Global Diplomatic Forum, London
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List of Speakers

  • Andrew Wilson, News Presenter, Sky News ( Chair)
  • Lindsey Hilsum, International Editor, Channel Four (Chair)
  • Lord Hannay, Former UK Ambassador to the United Nation, Member of the House of Lords
  • Dr. John John F Jungclaussen, Correspondent of DIe Ziet in London
  • Nick Arche, Managing Director of Policy and Network Development, UK Trade and Investment (UKTI)
  • Sean Mcguire, Director of CBI Brussels, Confederation of British Industry (CBI)
  • Lord Davies Member of the House of Lords (TBC)
  • Chris Doyle, Director, Council for Advancement of the Arab British Understanding
  • Professor Fawaz Gerges, Professor of international Relations, London School of Economics
  • Pat MCfaden, Shadow Minister for Europe, Labour Party (TBC)
  • Jonathan Paris, Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York
  • Dr. James D. Boys Lecturer at Richmond University, Visiting Fellow at King's College, London and Author of Clinton's Grand Strategy

 

Booking a place

You can book a place by emailing events@gdforum.org or calling 0208 853 3293 or registering online via this link

The event will be streamed live online and will be available on-demand  for registered delegates

 

Venue :

 

6 Mitre Passage ( Next to the O2 Arena)

Peninsula Square,

London , SE10 0ER

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