L. Paul Bremer III

The Changing Threat of International Terrorism
Apr 25, 2001  -  Yakultzaal Beurs van Berlage, Damrak 243, Amsterdam

L. Paul BremerThe John Adams Institute presented an evening with L. Paul Bremer III, former U.S. ambassador to the Netherlands. Bremer gave a lecture on the changing threat of international terrorism. According to Bremer, there is a serious need for continued sanctions in states of terror. Bremer is known for leading the occupational authority of Iraq after the 2003 U.S. Invasion, serving as the head of state of the international recognized government of Iraq. Since leaving Iraq, Bremer has engaged in speaking tours, has written a memoir and currently serves on a number of boards.

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Links:

Bremer’s June 2014 article in Wall Street Journal, “Only America Can Prevent a Disaster in Iraq”

Moderator: Hans van den Broek, Marianne van Leeuwen

In collaboration with: AKZO NOBEL, The United States Embassy to the Netherlands in The Hague, The Netherland-America Foundation, AEGON, Delta Airlines, Claire Taylor, Borrie & Co