The launch of The Atlantic's first ever Global Bureau in London comes at a time when the role of media in today's world is evolving. As the role of the free press comes under scrutiny,
The Atlantic's editors will explore the changing landscape of global politics and the effect that Washington, DC has on the rest of the world. What impact will Donald Trump have on US foreign policy? How has the role of media changed around the world?
6:30 pm GST Guest Arrival and Reception
7:00 pm GST Conversation
WeWork Waterhouse Square
London EC1N 2SW, UK
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