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Discussion on US foreign policy

23 October 2013

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Thursday 31 October, 2-4pm
309 Regent Street, Room 253

As the world continues to eye events in Syria, Egypt, and other countries around the world, questions about the implications of US involvement, or lack of involvement, continue to spark debate and disagreement.

Join us for a discussion of issues on US foreign policy with representatives from the US Embassy. This is a unique opportunity to ask questions about policy formation and implementation that have global implications.

Please note that booking is required, as the venue is limited to 12 places.

For more information and to book your place, contact Yusuf Kaplan at [email protected]

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