Past event

John C Whitehead Lecture

Members

Renewing the Transatlantic Alliance

Chatham House, London

Event documents

Transcript
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Transcript: Q&A
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Participants

Dr Condoleezza Rice, Director of the Global Center for Business and the Economy, Stanford University; United States Secretary of State (2005-09)
Chair: Dr Robin Niblett CMG, Director, Chatham House

Overview

Against the backdrop of continuing conflict in Libya, the Middle East and Ukraine and rising tensions in the South China Sea, Condoleezza Rice will discuss the importance of reenergizing NATO capabilities and ensuring a strong transatlantic alliance.

The ballot for entries to this event has now closed. Successful registrants will be sent e-tickets on Monday 26 October.

LIVE STREAM: This event will be live streamed. The live stream will be made available at 13:30 BST on Thursday 29 October.

ASK A QUESTION: We endeavour to put questions from our online audience, as well as from those in the auditorium,  to the speaker. Questions can be submitted in advance to questions@chathamhouse.org or asked during the event on Twitter using #CHEvents.

 

About the John C Whitehead Lecture

The annual John C Whitehead Lecture has been a fixture of the Chatham House schedule for over a decade, honouring the many contributions Mr Whitehead made to Anglo-American relations in the public and private sectors.

Mr Whitehead was US deputy secretary of state to George Shultz and was awarded the Presidential Citizens Medal by Ronald Reagan. He was a chairman emeritus of the Brookings Institution and served as chairman of the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation, the organization responsible for rebuilding and rejuvenating New York following the 2001 terrorist attacks. John C Whitehead sadly passed away in February of this year but the annual lecture at Chatham House will continue to provide a forum for prominent and distinguished speakers to address the subject of transatlantic relations.