An Evening with Nile Gardiner



Saturday, November 17

6:30 PM

Dinner followed by Program

St. Louis Club

7701 Forsyth Boulevard, St. Louis, MO



$100 per person (all proceeds benefit National Churchill Museum)



Americans are curious about the UK Brexit and what it means for the future of Britain, Europe, the US-UK Special Relationship and for the future outlook for Britain's Conservative and other parties. Dr. Nile Gardiner will discuss those issues as well as about what Margaret Thatcher thought about Britain leaving the EU, as well as what Churchill would have made of Brexit. It will be a wide-ranging speech that will also outline why Brexit is so important for America as well.

Dr. Gardiner is Director of The Heritage Foundation's Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom in Washington, DC.  Before joining Heritage, Dr. Gardiner served as Foreign Policy Researcher to Lady Thatcher in her private office, assisting with her final book, Statecraft: Strategies for a Changing World. He is a leading authority on US-British relations and the transatlantic

Dr. Gardiner received his M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. degrees in History from Yale University, and B.A. and M.A. in Modern History from Oxford University. He has served as a foreign policy adviser to three US presidential candidates: Senator Ted Cruz, Governor Mitt Romney and Mayor Rudy Giuliani. Dr. Gardiner has testified several times before Congress on foreign policy issues and frequently provides analysis of global events for US and international television networks, including Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network, CNN, Sky News and the BBC. His writing has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The London Daily Telegraph, The London Times, The London Sunday Times, USA Today, National Review and The Weekly Standard.  He recently testified before the United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs Europe Subcommittee on the Brexit negotiations as well as the prospects for a US-UK Free Trade Agreement.

“Leave the past to history especially as I propose to write that history myself.”

Winston S. Churchill