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What to do with the 'insoluble' foreign policy problems facing the UK

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Prof. Brendan Simms.

Peterhouse and the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Cambridge invite you to a lecture by Charles Clarke.

There will be a reception afterwards.

Charles Clarke was Secretary of State for Education and Skills, 2002-2004, and then Home Secretary until 2006. He now holds Visiting Professorships at the University of East Anglia, Lancaster University, and University College London, and works with educational organisations internationally. He has recently published ‘The Too Difficult Box’, an analysis of the problems which need to be overcome in promoting change.

Save the date. There will two further lectures in this series at the same time and place: Brendan Simms on Waterloo (11 May) and John Bew on Castlereagh and the Congress of Vienna (21 October).

This talk is part of the All POLIS Department Seminars and Events series.

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