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Former prime minister of Spain explores ‘Role of Europe’

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Jose Maria Aznar, the prime minister of Spain from 1996 to 2004, will deliver a lecture titled “The Role of Europe in the Geopolitical Context” at 5 p.m. Wednesday (April 15) in the Belfer Center’s Starr Auditorium at Harvard Kennedy School.

Throughout his two terms as prime minister, Aznar led an important process of economic and social reform and lent considerable efforts to the fight against terrorism in Spain. The event is organized by the Harvard Hispanic Leadership Forum (HHLF), which “has been providing a meeting point for Hispanic leaders in politics, government, business, academics, and arts in the Harvard community,” said HHLF President Antonio Núñez Martín.

The event will be web-streamed live: