Konrad Adenauer Lecture - Uncertain Times. Germany, Europe and the World Order

Konrad Adenauer Lecture - Uncertain Times. Germany, Europe and the World Order

About the lecture

The current epoch, which as yet has no name, began well with the peaceful re-emergence of a united German state in the centre of Europe. What went wrong? This lecture will reflect on the distinctive features of the era that began in 1989/90, the reemergence of authentic global multipolarity, the impact of the global financial crisis on Europe, and the decline of the narratives that used to help western states plot their course in history.

Programme

Registration

Official proceedings in The Hall, University House

  • Welcome address by Professor Jacqueline Lo, Executive Director, ANU Centre for European Studies
  • Introduction of keynote speaker by Dr Beatrice Gorawantschy, Director – Regional Programme, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Australia and the Pacific
  • Konrad Adenauer Lecture by Professor Sir Christopher Clark, Regius Professor of History, University of Cambridge
  • Response by The Honourable Dr Brendan Nelson, Director, The Australian War Memorial, and Distinguished Research Fellow, ANU Centre for European Studies
  • Audience Q&A
  • Vote of thanks

Cocktail reception in The Common Room, University House

Please register by 8 November 2018

For more information about the Konrad Adenauer Lecture Series, visit the Konrad Adenauer Lecture Series webpage

Date & time

Thu 15 Nov 2018, 5.30–8.30pm

Location

The Hall, University House, The Australian National University, 1 Balmain Crescent, Acton ACT 2601
Geolocation

Speakers

Professor Sir Christopher Clark, Regius Professor of History, University of Cambridge

Contacts

Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (Australia) Ltd
+61 2 6154 9321

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