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Date : 14/10/2020 | Time : 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm |

Please note – this event will take place online using Zoom. You do not need a Zoom account to attend, but you must register for the event in advance.

Sir David Manning will discuss how the outcome of the US Presidential Election will affect international relations. What would four more years of President Trump’s ‘America First’ mean for multilateralism, for the transatlantic relationship, and for the UK? And would the strained relationship between the US and China deteriorate still further? How would a Biden Administration approach foreign policy, and what would be the likely outcomes?

Sir David was a career diplomat for thirty-five years. He served in Warsaw, New Delhi, Paris and Moscow. He was Ambassador to Israel, Ambassador to NATO, and Foreign Policy Adviser to the Prime Minister. His last posting was as Ambassador to the United States (2003-2007).

Booking Process: This event is free but you will need to register below. No payments details are required. Once you have registered you should immediately receive an email acknowledging your booking request, followed by a second email containing the zoom link once your booking has been confirmed. Please allow two working days for your booking to be approved. If you do not receive these emails or if you have any problems with the online booking please contact Helen on Tel: 020 7380 6704

There is no charge for this event, but you must register in advance to receive the Zoom link. 


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