WHERE: King’s College London – Strand Nash Lecture Theatre K2.31, London, WC2R 2LS
WHEN: Tuesday, July 12, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (BST)
After the referendum, where does the United Kingdom go next? PS21 pulls together a panel to discuss the future of Britain and the world as it begins – probably, or at least possibly – the process of extricating himself from the European Union. Is that iit for British power and influence? What is the future of UK relations with Europe outside the EU? Can it rebuild and grow other alliances? And what, if any, might its approach to the outside world now be?
Peter Apps [moderator] – Global Affairs Columnist, Thomson Reuters. Executive Director, PS21
Lt Gen Sir Graeme Lamb – Former Director, UK Special Forces and Commander Field Army
Catherine Fieschi – Director, Counterpoint
David Lea – Western Europe analyst, Control Risks
This is a joint event with the Sir Michael Howard Centre for the History of War at King’s College London. It is the second in a series of discussions on “Managing Strategic Shocks”.
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The PS21 Team.