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Conservative Diplomacy in American Thought

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the Henry Jackson Society and SOAS University are delighted to invite you to a discussion on the conservative diplomacy in American thought.

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Is there a set of principles, actions or commitments which characterise conservative approaches to diplomacy? With particular reference to the United States, are these characteristics different from traditional elements of diplomacy? This meeting marks the start of an academic research project, under the leadership of Dr Ashley Cox from SOAS University of London, which seeks to establish the principles of conservative approaches to diplomacy and examine their application by US republicans. At the moment these are provisionally identified as support for representative government, a free market and private property, religious liberty and freedom of speech. From there, it is intended that this research will develop a template by which the diplomatic and security policies of President Trump may be examined in the light of the conservative political tradition. 

By kind invitation of Lord Howell of Guildford, the Henry Jackson Society and SOAS University are delighted to invite you to a discussion about the conservative diplomacy in American thought.

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Dr Ashley Cox

Lecturer in Diplomacy and Public Policy at SOAS University of London

Erol Morkoç

Spokesperson for RepublicansOverseas

Dr Mark McClelland

Chief of Staff for John Glen, Economic Secretary to the Treasury and MP for Salisbury

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Lord Howell of Guildford

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