Sir Laurie Bristow (Trinity 1983) regularly writes on Russia and international security issues.
watch the recording on youtube:
Sir Laurie Bristow (Trinity 1983) has kindly agreed to join us for a zoom discussion on 22 June 2023. Sir Laurie today is President of Hughes Hall following a very distinguished and challenging career in Her Majesty’s Foreign Service, including posts as HM Ambassador to Russia, Afghanistan and Azerbaijan.
- 17:00 Tokyo time, Thursday 22 June 2023 start
- 9:00am UK time, Thursday 22 June 2023
- 17:15 – 18:00 (Tokyo time) Sir Laurie Bristow (zoom)
- 9:15am – 10:00am (UK time)
- 18:00 – (Tokyo time) discussions
- 10:00am – (UK time)
Sir Laurie Bristow
Sir Laurie Bristow, appointed President of Hughes Hall, Cambridge in 2022, was a British diplomat for 32 years. He was Ambassador to Afghanistan during the fall of the Republic to the Taliban in 2021, the UK’s Ambassador to Russia from 2016 to 2020, and Deputy Ambassador to Russia from 2007 to 2010. He was Ambassador to Azerbaijan from 2004 to 2007. Sir Laurie regularly writes and comments on Russia and national and international security issues. He is a Distinguished Fellow of the Royal United Services Institute, and a Senior Associate Fellow of the European Leadership Network.
Sir Laurie read English, and completed a PhD on Ezra Pound, the American poet, at Trinity College, Cambridge.
Registration and enquiries:
Prior registration required until Wednesday 21 June 2023. Anonymous registrations are not accepted, please introduce yourself briefly when you register.
We will upload the recording to the Trinity in Japan Youtube Channel – by participating you agree to the upload of the recording:
All Trinity members, Fellows and students globally are very welcome to pre-register, and I will send a registration link if there are still places available.
In “Your message” box please state:
- which event(s) you are interested to attend,
- your full name, briefly introduce yourself if this is your first time to attend a Trinity in Japan event,
- your affiliation with Trinity College Cambridge – Trinity students, PhD students are especially welcome
- If you are not associated with Trinity College Cambridge, you may still attend as a guest in certain cases – in this case please write a short sentence why you are interested to attend and participate in the discussion,
Thank you – we ask for your understanding that “anonymous” participation (eg name unknown to us, a free email eg hotmail / gmail / yahoo etc) is not possible. We cannot answer “anonymous” requests.
Copyright (c) 2023 Trinity in Japan Society All Rights Reserved