The Anglosphere Society and The National Review Institute Invite you to attend
THE INAUGURAL JOSEPH W. DONNER SYMPOSIUM
HONORING 50 YEARS OF PHILANTHROPIC GIVING
The Rise of Radical Islam & the West
Michael Reynolds ~ Professor, Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University
Lisa Curtis ~ Senior Research Fellow
Asian Studies Center Davis Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy
Andy McCarthy ~ National Review Institute
Mitchell Silber ~ FTI Consulting, formerly Director, Analytics for NYPD
Author, NYPD report "Radical Islam & the West"
Thursday, December 10, 2015
Reception: 6:00 PM
Symposium Program: 6:45 - 7:45 PM
C O L O N Y C L U B
564 Park Avenue at 62nd Street
New York, NY 10065
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HOST COMMITTEE IN FORMATION
Seating is limited, please RSVP by December 1st
For questions, please contactRose@theanglospheresociety.org
The Anglosphere Society is pleased to offer to our friends a special rate to attend a reading of In Fields Where They Lay, a play with music that tells the story of the WWI Christmas Truce between British and German soldiers.
On Monday, November 9th at The Players, 16 Grammercy Park at 6 PM, the St. George’s Society is hosting the reading, which will be followed by a Q&A with Director Brad Raimondo and Writer Ricardo Perez-Gonzalez.
The Society is pleased to extend their $20 member price to The Anglosphere Society’s friends and supporters, so please take advantage of this special offer and enjoy a very moving theater experience. As the New York Times review stated, it is a “Gripping drama… a first-rate cast gives a fine example of ensemble acting.” Wilborn Hampton, The New York Times.
Please, accept our invitation to enjoy a memorable evening for only $20.
Also attached is a PDF of the invitation which you can see via this link:http://stgeorges-society.org/1OUB-3QQV9-68AIZW6J2F/cr.aspx
With all best wishes,
The Anglosphere Society
The Winston Churchill Birthday Dinner Celebration
Monday, November 23, 2015
General David H. Petraeus, USA, Ret.
General John M. "Jack" Keane, USA, Ret.
Moderated by Judith Miller
Colony Club, 564 Park Avenue (62nd Street), New York
Cocktails 6:00 PM | Conversation 6:30 PM | Dinner 7:30 PM
$600 per person | $550 for members /$1000 per couple
Business or Military Attire
**Please Note: This event has been sold out**
ADDITIONAL FALL PROGRAMS AND EVENTS
October 13: Margaret Thatcher at 90
In commemoration of Margaret Thatcher's birthday on October 13th, we are co-hosting with The Heritage Foundation a symposium on The Legacy of Margaret Thatcher at 90. Confirmed participants include Ed Meese; John O'Sullivan; Dr. Alice Prochaska from Somerville College, Oxford, of which Lady Thatcher is a most distinguished alumna; and Dr. Amanda Foreman, Oxford graduate, noted historian and author is an invited speaker.
The symposium will be moderated by Nile Gardiner and will take place in the afternoon of October 13th at Heritage's headquarters in Washington, DC. (Details and invitation to follow.)
FALL BREAKFAST SERIES
Our Fall Breakfast Series will launch in October on the topic of cyber security. We will be tackling this critical issue from three distinct perspectives: National Security, the Corporate World and People and Culture.
Working titles are as follows:
* What is the National security threat and how concerned should we be?
* What are the lessons from Sony and how concerned should the corporate world be?
* How does the threat impact how we work, communicate and do business?
The breakfasts will be structured as discussions and will include experts from the policy, corporate and media worlds. Details concerning dates and venues will follow in early October. We have an extraordinarily talented and experienced circle of friends, so contributions of ideas in terms of participants will be greatly appreciated.
We have more exciting events coming up in November and December with details to follow.
CONFERENCE: “The Corruption of Our Political Institutions”
Friday, October 2, 2015 9:00 AM–4:30 PM The Yale Club of New York City
If you are interested in attending this conference, please register here at your earliest convenience. Attendance is complimentary but space is limited. Click Here to Register
April 20: Lord Lawson on Global Warming & the Outlook for the UK Election
Our kick-off occasion will be a reception on April 20th at our apartment for Lord Lawson (Nigella’s father) and Margaret Thatcher’s Chancellor of the Exchequer who will be discussing Global Warming & the Shale Revolution, as well as the upcoming UK elections which will be in early May.
The Spring Briefing Series
In April we will continue our Spring Briefing Series, with a session in collaboration with the highly-respected think tank BENS (Business Executives for National Security.) In our first meeting, we will host Jack Devine, American Spymaster.
April 28: TAS/BENS Breakfast – Jack Devine, “American Spymaster”, 30 year CIA veteran in interview format to discuss Conventional Wisdom and the Next Unknown: Spying in the Age of Jihad - at the University Club in New York.
May 21 Breakfast Series - Radical Actors: the New York City Point of View - Mitchell Silber, Executive Managing Director K2 Intelligence, formerly Director of Intelligence Analysis NYPD - at the University Club.
June 9 Reception - The New Order: A TransAtlantic Perspective - a conversation with Dr. Henry Kissinger & Lord Powell, KCMG, former Private Secretary and Advisor on foreign affairs and defense to both Prime Minister Thatcher & Prime Minister John Major. Moderated by Roger Kimball, Editor-in Chief, The New Criterion. The discussion will include a reception.
June 16 Breakfast - ISIS: The Scope of the Threat to the West, General Jack Keane – details to follow.
Date TBA - The Recent UK Election: What it means for the US & Europe
A briefing from Nile Gardiner, The Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom, Heritage Foundation.
We will keep you updated on additional programs as the spring/summer unfolds, but we are excited about the core Spring Program.
November: And we are keeping fingers crossed that Prince Harry will be our Special Guest at the Churchill Birthday Dinner in November.
Strengthening the ties between the United States, United Kingdom, and the English speaking world.
The Anglosphere Society