POSTPONED – Discussion between Charles Grant, Charles Moore and Helene von Bismarck on the run-up to German reunification in 1990
24 March @ 19:00 - 20:00
Due to the rapidly evolving situation surrounding the coronavirus, the BGA is postponing the discussion between Charles Grant, Charles Moore and Helene von Bismarck to a later date. We will be refunding members in full for their tickets.
Charles Grant is Director of the Centre for European Reform, which he helped found in 1996. He works on, among other subjects, EU foreign and defence policy, Russia, China, the euro and Britain’s relationship with the EU. During the time of German reunification in 1990 he was bureau chief of The Economist in Brussels.
Charles Moore is a former editor of The Daily Telegraph, The Spectator and The Sunday Telegraph. He is best known for his authorised biography of Margaret Thatcher, published in three volumes.
Helene von Bismarck is a historian, writer and public speaker. Her main interest is Britain’s role in international relations during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. She is currently working on a new research project about Margaret Thatcher and Jacques Delors.
Together, they will discuss the run-up to German reunification in 1990. This event will be for BGA members and members’ guests only.
There will be an opportunity to join the speakers for dinner in the dining room at the Travellers Club after the discussion concludes.
Ticket prices for the discussion:
BGA Under 25 Member: £10
BGA Under 35 Member: £15
BGA Member: £20
BGA Member’s Guest: £25