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American Visions for Europe, 1620-2015: a colloquium

When Dec 09, 2015
from 03:00 PM to 05:30 PM
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The Forum on Geopolitics, the Project for Democratic Union and the Henry Jackson Society present American Visions for Europe, 1620-2015, a colloquium held at the Henry Jackson Society, Millbank Tower on 9 Dec 2015.

Programme

1600-1630 Daniel Robinson 'Colonial American Views of Europe'
(Chair: Professor Brendan Simms)

1630-1700 Teddy Collins 'Europe and the debate on the American Constitution'
(Chair Dr Charles Laderman)

1700-1730 Steven McGregor 'America and Europe in the Age of the Civil War'
(Chair Dr Maeve Ryan)

1730-1800 Dermot Trainor 'Kissinger and Europe'
(Chair Professor Brendan Simms)

1800-1930 Drinks with Anglo-American Friends of a United Eurozone

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