Atlas Network Trendsetters present Dr. Tom G. Palmer on Greece, the Eurozone Crisis, Ukraine and Russia, and the future of Europe and the Welfare State.
The program will run from 7:00-7:45pm, and you are invited to enjoy the open bar and hors d'oeuvres with Tom Palmer both before and after the program.
Atlas Network Trendsetters are a well-networked group of young New York City professionals passionate about worldwide trends in freedom and liberty. Each month, Atlas Network Trendsetters hold events featuring freedom champions from different regions around the world. Join us for our monthly open-bar gatherings around the city to network and learn about top trends in the global freedom movement.
Atlas Network Trendsetters events are limited to members and their guests. Join us at AtlasNetwork.org/Trendsetters.
Dr. Tom G. Palmer is the executive vice president for international programs at Atlas Network and is responsible for establishing operating programs in 14 languages and managing programs for a worldwide network of think tanks. He is also a senior fellow at Cato Institute and director of Cato University. Before joining Cato, he was an H. B. Earhart Fellow at Hertford College, Oxford University, and a vice president of the Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University. He frequently lectures in North America, Europe, Eurasia, Africa, Latin America, India, China and throughout Asia, as well as the Middle East on political science, public choice, civil society, and the moral, legal, and historical foundations of individual rights. He has published reviews and articles on politics and morality in scholarly journals such as the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, Ethics, Critical Review, and Constitutional Political Economy, as well as in publications such as Slate, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Die Welt, Caixing, Al Hayat, the Washington Post, and The Spectator of London. He is the author of Realizing Freedom: Libertarian Theory, History, and Practice (expanded edition 2014), and the editor of The Morality of Capitalism (2011), After the Welfare State (2012), Why Liberty (2013), and Peace, Love & Liberty (2014). Palmer received his B.A. in liberal arts from St. Johns College in Annapolis, Maryland, his M.A. in philosophy from The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., and his doctorate in politics from Oxford University.