Dialogue Series, Race & Society, Regional Studies
Ambassador Stephen Day The Evolution of British Diplomacy since the End of the First World War
On November 8, 2007, CIRS hosted a lecture by Stephen Day, British career diplomat and former Ambassador of the United Kingdom to Tunisia and Qatar. Day delivered a lecture on “The Evolution of British Diplomacy since the End of the First World War,” focusing on the underlying dynamics that continue to characterize the basis of British policy globally and in relation to the Middle East.
Day has devoted much of his career to service in and study of the Middle East, and, in his current capacity as the Director of Claremont Associates, he continues to be actively involved in consulting and giving strategic advice on political and economic issues related to the region.