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Global Perspectives: America's role in the world - an election year appraisal

Events • Politics • Talk

In the second of the British Academy’s ‘global perspectives’ series, world renowned political scientist Joe Nye considers the concept of political power on the global stage. How does it work between countries and their leaders? What does it really mean to be a global power?

Speaker:
Professor Joseph Nye FBA, 
Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor, Harvard Kennedy School

Chair:
Professor Sir Adam Roberts FBA, Senior Research Fellow, University of Oxford

This event was made possible due to generous support from the S T Lee Fund.

Find out more about our season on political leadership taking place throughout June 2016.

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