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An Inaugural Lecture by Professor Jamie Shea

“Making strategy: Alliances and the case of NATO”

A College of Social Sciences and International Studies lecture
Date28 November 2018
Time18:00 to 20:30
PlaceEX4 4ST

At a time when multilateralism and the value of international organisations are being questioned, not least by the United States, the nation that did more than any other to establish the global liberal order in the first place, Jamie Shea will examine whether NATO is still fit for purpose. Is the Atlantic Alliance resilient enough to withstand the shocks from within and without that are currently testing its solidarity? Will its current strategy be enough to guarantee Europe security and to rebuild a solid transatlantic partnership?

Professor Jamie Shea, Professor of Strategic Studies at the University of Exeter, will be presenting his Inaugural Lecture on “Making Strategy:Alliances and the case of NATO”.


At a time when multilateralism and the value of international organisations are being questioned, not least by the United States, the nation that did more than any other to establish the global liberal order in the first place, Jamie Shea will examine whether NATO is still fit for purpose. Is the Atlantic Alliance resilient enough to withstand the shocks from within and without that are currently testing its solidarity? Will its current strategy be enough to guarantee Europe security and to rebuild a solid transatlantic partnership?

If you wish to attend the above lecture, which is followed by a drinks reception, you must reserve a seat.

All seats will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

18:00 - Doors opening
18:30 - Welcome/introduction (prompt start)
18:40 - Inaugural lecture
19:20 - Q&A
19:35 - Closing
19:40 - Drinks reception in XFI Student Study Space
20:30 - Finish

 

To reserve a seat, please follow this link to Eventbrite.


ProviderCollege of Social Sciences and International Studies

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