AP Elite Defence Discussion, London

Thursday, 16 November 2006
08:00 – 10:30
Defence Breakfast

The breakfast took place at the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park Hotel. Guests included:

Lord Powell of Bayswater – Chairman, Atlantic Partnership
Mr. Michael Ancram – Former Shadow Secretary of State for Defence
James Arbuthnot MP – Chairman, House of Commons Defence Committee
Dr. John Chipman – Director-General & Chief Executive, IISS
Mr. Robert Fox – Journalist
Professor Sir Lawrence Freedman – Professor of War Studies, Kings College London
Dr. The Lord Gilbert of Dudley – Patron, The Atlantic Partnership
General, The Lord Guthrie of Craigiebank – Former CDS
Lord Howell of Guildford
Field Marshal Lord Inge – Former CDS
Mr. Bill Jeffrey – PUS, MOD
Mr. Trevor Kavanagh – Managing Editor, The Sun
Mr. Anton la Guardia – Defence Editor, The Economist
Lt. General Sir Michael Rose – Former UN Commander in Bosnia

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