IE School of International Relations in pleased to welcome former US Ambassador Alan D. Solomont, who will offer workshops on diplomacy and foreign policy to students in both the undergraduate and Master’s international relations programs. These workshops will draw on Ambassador Solomont’s vast international experience, and especially his experience as US Ambassador to Spain from 2009-2013, a time of global economic crisis and political upheaval. They will give students an inside look at the foreign policy process, and the unique challenges which arise in the day-to-day implementation of a government’s stated policy objectives. His visit is a privilege which we all look forward to!     


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