20 March 2020
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In this episode, Liam Walpole and Megan Karlshoej-Pedersen talk to David Grealy about the influence of David Owen on the genealogy of Britain’s ethical foreign policy.
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Rhodesia, 1977-1979: David Owen, Human Rights and British Foreign Policy
Image credit: LSE Library.
Music by BenSound
About the discussants
Liam Walpole is the Policy Manager at ORG's Remote Warfare Programme.
Megan Karlshoej-Pedersen is the Research and Policy Officer at ORG's Remote Warfare Programme.
David Grealy is a PhD candidate at the University of Liverpool where he received his BA in history (2014) and a Master’s degree in twentieth century history (2015). His research focuses primarily on British diplomatic perspectives on the human rights ‘breakthrough’ of the 1970s. David was a participant of the Global Humanitarianism Research Academy 2017.