British foreign policy and the 'Arab Spring': transition to democracy

26 January 2012

Tuesday 31 January 2012

Committee Room 8, Palace of Westminster


At 10.30 am

  • Rt Hon the Lord Malloch-Brown, KCMG PC

Lord Malloch-Brown is a former Minister of State in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and, before that, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme and then UN Deputy Secretary General. He is currently Chairman of Europe, Middle East and Africa at FTI Consulting.

This is the third evidence session for the inquiry. This session will focus on the work and policies of the FCO both before and after the Arab Spring revolutions, as well as the economic and political challenges faced by states currently in transition and the most effective forms of assistance that can be provided to them.

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