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Brexit: An amicable divorce?
Speech to University of Oxford International Relations Society 17 May 2017 via Voices from Oxford.
Filmed speeches and broadcasts from the lead-up to the EU referendum in which Lord Owen sets out why he supported 'Vote Leave'. Simply click on the logo.
Balfour Centenary event, Methodist Central Hall, Westminster
Keynote speaker at meeting at the Alliance Center for Iranian Studies, Tel Aviv University
RUSI seminar on ‘British Foreign Policy After Brexit’
Southwold Ways with Words
Chatham House Conference on International Humanitarian Issues
Address Moscow State Institute of International Relations
Looe Literary Festival
Address graduates of the International Diploma in Humanitarian Assistance, Geneva
This site features Lord Owen's thinking on current issues - it is not archival. Lord Owen's papers covering his time as a Minister and Foreign Secretary in the UK Government, in the Social Democratic Party and as EU Co-Chair of the International Conference on the Former Yugoslavia are available from the University of Liverpool Library's Special Collections and Archives. A catalogue is here: Lord Owen's Archive.