Spring 2018 Capstone Colloquium - "1918: The End of the 'War to End All Wars'; What Went Wrong?"

Join us this Wednesday, 11th of April, when Dr.Richard Langhorne will  talk about "1918: the end of the 'War to end all Wars'; what went wrong?" His talk will discuss the context in which the war ended, the process of making peace, including the establishment of the League of Nations, and the reasons why war was resumed only 20 years later.

Richard Langhorne was the founding director of DGA, Rutgers and full professor from 1996 - 2012 and is now a Professorial Fellow at DGA. He was Director of the Centre of International Studies at Cambridge University from 1982 - 1993, and Fellow of St. John's College (1975 - 1993)  Director of Wilton Park, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 1993-1996. His publications include The Collapse of the Concert of Europe, 1897 - 1914 (1981); The Practice of Diplomacy (1994 and 2011); The Coming of Globalization (2001); Diplomacy 3 vols, (2004);The Essentials of Global Politics (2006).

Speaker: Richard Langhorne

Title: "1918: The End of the 'War to End All Wars'; What Went Wrong?"

Date: Wednesday, 11 April 2018

Time: 11.00am - 12.30pm

Location: Dana Room, Dana Library (4th floor)

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