Group of 78 Annual Policy Conference – Sept 26 – 28

 

“World War I and Contemporary Policy on War and Peace”

Sept. 26 – 28, Barney Danson Theatre, Canadian War Museum

On the centenary of World War I this conference brings together historians and commentators from civil society, the diplomatic and military communities to reflect on how lessons from the “Great War” are relevant today to reduce the incidence of armed conflict and reinforce the foundations of a more stable, peaceful world.

 

For more information or to register, please visit: http://group78.org/




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