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onsdag 12 februar 2020 kl. 00:00

Francis Fukuyama on identity politics and the future of global affairs

Civita breakfast Wednesday February 12th: Francis Fukuyama wrote the internationally acclaimed The End of History 30 years ago about the victory of liberal democracies. What has happened since then, and why has identity politics become more important in order to understand global affairs?

Foto: Djurdja Padejski/PR

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Civita breakfast Wednesday February 12th 8.00 -9.00 am

Francis Fukuyama wrote the internationally acclaimed «The End of History» 30 years ago about the victory of liberal democracies. What has happened since then, and why has identity politics become more important in order to understand global affairs?

Francis Fukuyama is Olivier Nomellini Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies and director of the Ford Dorsey Master’s in International Policy

Research Affiliate at The Europe Center. He is also Mosbacher Director of the Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law at Stanford University.

This breakfast meeting is hosted in cooperation with Dreyer forlag. Fukuyama’s latest book, Identity, and Mathilde Fastings book about Fukuyama will be available in Norwegian.

A Q&A session will follow after the introduction.

Doors open and breakfast will be available from 7.30 am.

The meeting will take place at Restaurant Christiania, Nedre Vollgt. 19. Entrance via Stortingsgaten.

You can also watch the event live here and share your thoughts on twitter #civitafrokost

Welcome!

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