Festival talks by Adrian Bradshaw

54. NATO: SAFEGUARDING FREEDOM – 1949 TO THE PRESENT

THE ROTHERMERE AMERICAN INSTITUTE LECTURE
Generously supported by
THE ROTHERMERE FOUNDATION

General Sir Adrian Bradshaw has spent three years as Deputy Supreme Allied Commander of Europe, working with our NATO allies and is also a Visiting Defence Fellow at Balliol College, so we are very fortunate to be hearing his thoughts on the history of NATO, the challenges it has faced and those that still confront it today as the ripples of discord sweep across the western world.

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