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Marianne Midwest Series

November 14, 2014 | 1 hour 38 mins | University of Chicago 


Dominique de Villepin is the former Minister of Foreign Affairs and former Prime Minister of France. In 2003, Mr. de Villepin gave a historic speech at the United Nations Security Council, voicing France's opposition to the United States' military intervention in Iraq. Mr. de Villepin has remained a prominent voice in foreign intervention and its alternatives. Drawing from his exceptional knowlege and experience, Mr. de Villepin presents an in-depth analysis of international crises facing the world today.

A moderated Q&A discussion with the audience follows the talk.

This program made possible with the support of The University of Chicago Institute of PoliticsThe France Chicago Center, The Dean's Fund for Student LifeNational Assembly Representative Frédéric Lefebvre (Réserve parlementaire), and Student Government Finance Committee and part of Marianne Midwest Series organized by the Cultural Services at the Consulate General of France in ChicagoAlliance Française in Chicago, and France Chicago Center at the University of Chicago.

BROADCASTED LIVE IN 3 MIDWEST CITIES: Alliance Française of Kansas City, Alliance Française of Milwaukee, and Alliance Française of Minneapolis