China and the New Global Balance

The Patrons and Council of the British Luxembourg Society
together with
The Bridge Forum Dialogue
The British Embassy in Luxembourg
Oxford University Society of Luxembourg
Fondation Nationale de la Résistance

Request the honour of your online presence at the
Sir Winston Churchill Memorial Lecture 2021

To be given by
Lord Patten of Barnes
Chancellor of Oxford University
Former European Commissioner for External Affairs 1999 to 2004
Former Chairman of the Conservative Party from 1990 to 1992
The last Governor of Hong Kong from 1992 to 1997

who will speak on

“China and the New Global Balance”

On Tuesday 18th May at 17.45

online via Zoom.

Louise Benjamin-Schilling, President of the British Luxembourg Society.
Professor Catherine Léglu on behalf of the Bridge Forum Dialogue
A representative of the British Embassy to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Sir Nicholas Forwood QC, Patron of the British Luxembourg Society
David Clark, Chairman of the Oxford University Society of Luxembourg

You will be provided with a Zoom link to access the Lecture closer to the date and we will provide you with an email address to ask questions in advance.


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