Challenges in foreign policy

25 February 2009

Lord Marlesford (Conservative) will call attention to new challenges in foreign policy in a debate this Thursday, 26 February, in the House of Lords.

Other Members scheduled to take part include:

  • Lord Alderdice (Liberal Democrat); former speaker of the Northern Ireland Assembly
  • Lord Blaker (Conservative); former diplomat and Private Secretary in the Foreign Office
  • Lord Bramall (Crossbench); former Chief of Defence Staff
  • Lord Chidgey (Liberal Democrat); Member of the EU Committee Sub-Committee for Foreign Affairs, Defence and Development policy
  • Baroness D’Souza (Crossbench); specialist interest in human rights and development
  • Baroness Falkner of Margravine (Liberal Democrat); former Liberal Democrat Director of International Affairs
  • Baroness Gibson of Market Rasen (Labour); specialist interest in foreign affairs (especially Latin America)
  • Baroness Hooper (Conservative); former MEP
  • Lord Howe of Aberavon (Conservative); former Foreign Secretary
  • Lord Hurd of Westwell (Conservative); former Foreign Secretary
  • Lord Hylton (Crossbench); specialist interest in foreign affairs and human rights
  • Lord McNally (Liberal Democrat); Liberal Democrat Leader and spokesperson for Constitutional Affairs
  • Viscount Montgomery of Alamein (Crossbench); specialist interest in Latin America
  • Baroness Northover (Liberal Democrat);Liberal Democrat spokesperson for International Development
  • Lord Ramsbotham (Crossbench); military background and interest in UN peace keeping
  • Bishop of Ripon and Leeds
  • Lord Ryder of Wensum (Conservative); former Private Secretary in the Foreign Office as an MP
  • Earl of Sandwich (Crossbench); writer/researcher on international development
  • Lord Wallace of Saltaire (Liberal Democrat); Liberal Democrat spokesperson for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
  • Lord Weidenfeld (Crossbench); political interest in international affairs
  • Baroness Williams of Crosby (Liberal Democrat); former Liberal Democrat spokesperson for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
  • Lord Wright of Richmond (Crossbench); former head of the Diplomatic Service
  • Lord Dykes (Liberal Democrat); Liberal Democrat spokesperson for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
  • Lord Howell of Guildford (Conservative); Opposition spokesperson for Foreign and Commonwealth Office, former Chair of the House of Commons Select Committee on Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
  • Lord Malloch-Brown (Labour); Minister of State and Government spokesperson, Foreign and Commonwealth Office

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