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The Illiberalists' Temptation of Democracy

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The Henry Jackson Society is delighted to welcome you to an in-depth panel discussion with François Zimeray and Pascal Bruckner.

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A new form of democracy is giving birth. A disturbing, profound movement, like the great Jacqueries - the famous peasant revolts in the Middle Ages in France, carries the risk of contagion throughout Europe and is jeopardizing the liberal democratic model. At this timely event, we will explore the illiberalists' temptation of democracy.

SPEAKERS:

François Zimeray

International Lawyer, Former Human Rights Ambassador and MEP

Pascal Bruckner

French Author and Philosoper

Vladislav Davidson

Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief, The Odessa Review

David Patrikarakos

Author, Journalist and Broadcaster

James Rogers

Director of Global Britain Programme, Henry Jackson Society

CHAIR:

Lord Risby

Member of the House of Lords

The event is co-organised with the Hexagon Society.

Hexagon Society is a pro-European English Foundation, which promotes the dialogue of European people through the cultural angle by the promotion of writers, intellectuals, artists from France to London.

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