Lloyd George Working Group on World Order

To mark joint centennials of three leading institutions, the Lloyd George Study Group was set up to discuss and debate the challenges of promoting global order.

Chatham House, the Council on Foreign Relations and Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service were founded after the end of the First World War, amid study of and debate about how to preserve international peace and extend liberal democracy in the aftermath of war.

Supported by the Lloyd George family, the initiative honours British prime minister David Lloyd George and his role in guiding World War I to a close and crafting a new post-war order.

This high-level meeting of the Lloyd George Study Group on Global Order brings together thought leaders from think-tanks and universities to consider alternative approaches for promoting global stability in the 21st century.