Mr Andrew Carpenter delivered the latest Zetountes Lecture, addressing an audience of King’s Scholars on the challenges of peace-keeping.  Drawing on his extensive experience as Chief of the United Nations Police Division’s Strategic Policy and Development Section, which included operational service in places such as Darfur, Mr Carpenter highlighted the responsibilities of all nations to preserve peace in a globalized world.    His talk was both illuminating and engaging, inviting the audience to continue the “fight for peace”.

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