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The Fourteen Points: World War I and Woodrow Wilson’s Legacy 100 Years Later

January 8, 2018 • 3:00 – 5:00 pm EST
One hundred years ago, as American soldiers joined the fight on the Western Front, President Woodrow Wilson declared the Fourteen Points—a statement of principles intended to lay the foundation of lasting peace after the end of the Great War. Free trade, open diplomacy, national self-determination, the League of Nations: ideas which remain as relevant—and as controversial—as they were a century ago. Join us on the anniversary of Wilson’s declaration as eminent historians of the First World War discuss the Fourteen Points, World War I, and Wilson’s legacy in international politics today. Please join us for this important discussion on January 8.
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John Warner

John Warner

Former CSIS Counselor
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Daniel F. Runde
Senior Vice President; William A. Schreyer Chair; Director, Project on Prosperity and Development
Professor and Chair of the Department of History at Chapman University
Chair of War Studies and Professor of History at the United States Army War College