David Cameron, the UK’s former prime minister, has accepted a teaching position at New York University Abu Dhabi.
He will lecture students on politics in the age of disruption during a three-week course in January. The course will be available to all NYUAD students, as well as full-time NYU undergraduates in other locations. Topics will include migration and the invasion of Ukraine.
“David Cameron will be teaching a three-week course as part of J-Term in January titled Practising Politics and Government in the Age of Disruption,” a statement from the university said.
Political disruption is a subject Mr Cameron knows much about. He was prime minister between 2010 and 2016 when he agreed to give the British people the choice of whether to remain in the EU or not. When the vote for leaving came in, he resigned, prompting a carousel of leaders for a divided nation.