Washington, DC: Women's Foreign Policy Group
The Election of Macron: The Impact on France, the EU, and Transatlantic Relations
Women's Foreign Policy Group extends an invitation for LSE alumni in Washington, DC, to attend their next event discussing the recent French presidential election.
Thursday, June 1st, 2017, at 12:00pm
Luncheon and Program
The Wilderness Society
1615 M Street, NW
Space is limited. Advance registration is required.
Tickets - $35
Checks should be made payable to: WFPG, 1615 M St, NW, Suite 210, Washington, DC 20036. Cancellations must be made
2 business days in advance or you will be held responsible for the fee. Please direct any questions to 202-429-2692 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Speaker, Benjamin Haddad of the Hudson Institute
Benjamin Haddad is a research fellow at Hudson Institute specializing in European and transatlantic affairs. His work has mostly focused on domestic European politics, the future of the EU, the rise of populism and Islamism in European societies, Russian influence, and US foreign policy towards Europe. He is also a frequent analyst for French policymakers and media on US politics and foreign policy. During the recent election, Haddad represented the Macron campaign in Washington, DC.
Haddad's work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Foreign Policy, Daily Beast, The Hill, Le Monde, and L'Opinion. He has been quoted in the Washington Post, New York Times, Le Figaro, and Le Monde. He has also appeared on CNN, Fox News, C-Span, BFM TV, I-Tele, RFI, Europe 1, etc. He is a weekly correspondent on the French Canadian TV show 24/60, where he discusses US politics. He holds an MA in international security from Sciences Po Paris and an MA in economics from HEC, and has lectured in international affairs at Sciences Po Paris.
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