Location: The Heritage Foundation's Lehrman Auditorium
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown's Labour government has
suffered a spectacular decline in political fortunes over the past
few months, with a succession of polls showing the opposition
Conservative Party with a commanding double-digit lead. The
prospect of Conservative leader David Cameron entering Downing
Street has grown dramatically. If elected, Cameron will lead
at a critically important time for Britain as a world power.
He has an opportunity to restore British sovereignty in Europe,
rebuild the United Kingdom's military capability, and re-energize
the Anglo-American alliance.
Join us as Shadow Defense Secretary Liam Fox, former Army
Spokesman Crispian Cuss, and political commentator Douglas Murray
discuss the likely foreign, defense and security policies of a
future Conservative administration.
More About the Speakers
Dr. Liam Fox MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Defense,
British Army (2003)
Centre for Social Cohesion,
Nile Gardiner, Ph.D.
Director, Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom