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The SRM Alumni presents 'An evening with Tim Marshall' author of Divided - Why we're living in an age of walls.

Tim Marshall is a British journalist, author and broadcaster, known for his analysis of developments in foreign news and international diplomacy.

Marshall (formerly diplomatic editor and also foreign affairs editor for Sky News) is a guest commentator on world events for the BBC,[1] Sky News and a guest presenter on LBC.

He has written five books, including 2018 release, Divided - Why We’re Living In An Age Of Walls[2], which he'll be talking about on the SRM Alumni evening, Prisoners of Geography[3] - a New York Times Best Seller[4] & #1 Sunday Times bestseller [5] and 2016 release, Worth Dying For - The Power & Politics Of Flags.[6]

Marshall is founder and editor of news web platform thewhatandthewhy.com, a site for journalists, politicians, foreign affairs analysts and enthusiasts to share their views on world news events.

We invite guests to arrive at 7pm where you will be met by the SRM Alumni team (and a drink of course). The talk will commence around 7:45pm followed by an opportunity to purchase a signed copy of Tims book and carry on with Networking with your fellow guests back in the bar.

For any further information OR if you have any queries, please contact Chairwoman & Event Organiser Aloma Watson via email aloma@srmalumni.org

Or Visit www.srmalumni.org

We look forward to seeing you on the evening of Thursday May 17th 2018, which we are sure, is set to be an excellent night on many levels.

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