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Discussant: Professor Michael Cox

Talks

The Significance of Reconstruction after the Civil War in American history

London School of Economics & Political Science

15 Jan 08

International Relations in a Post-Hegemonic Age

London School of Economics & Political Science

30 Jan 08

Measuring American Power in Today's Fractured World

London School of Economics & Political Science

5 Feb 08

The Powers to Lead

London School of Economics & Political Science

8 May 08

From War to Peace: Northern Ireland and its lessons for the 21st century

London School of Economics & Political Science

4 Nov 08

Where Now For the United States After the Election?

London School of Economics & Political Science

7 Nov 08

Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation: law and liberty in the time of war

London School of Economics & Political Science

25 Nov 08

Is Global Democracy Possible?

London School of Economics & Political Science

28 Jan 09

Russia After Georgia

London School of Economics & Political Science

3 Feb 09

China in International Society: can 'peaceful rise' succeed?

London School of Economics & Political Science

10 Mar 09

What should the next G20 meeting do?

London School of Economics & Political Science

3 Mar 09

Declining Hegemon? The United States and the World Crisis

London School of Economics & Political Science

13 May 09

Fireside Chats: Another Great Depression? Reflections on the world crisis

Burgh House

14 May 09

Beyond Terror and Martyrdom: the future of the Middle East

London School of Economics & Political Science

13 Oct 09

When China Rules the World

London School of Economics & Political Science

27 Oct 09

Who Ended the Cold War?

London School of Economics & Political Science

26 Nov 09

When China Rules the World

London School of Economics & Political Science

13 Jan 10

Why Should Social Scientists Be Interested in the Cold War?

London School of Economics & Political Science

21 Jan 10

Enemies Into Friends: how peace breaks out

London School of Economics & Political Science

4 May 10

Power Shift: West to East

London School of Economics & Political Science

13 Oct 10

The New Machiavelli: How to Wield Power in the Modern World

London School of Economics & Political Science

19 Oct 10

The Third World's War

London School of Economics & Political Science

24 Nov 10

Fred Halliday an intellectual appreciation

London School of Economics & Political Science

3 Nov 10

Nuclear Arms and Human Rights

London School of Economics & Political Science

1 Mar 11

Out of Europe? The United States in an Asian age

London School of Economics & Political Science

2 Mar 11

The Lessons of Northern Ireland for Contemporary Counterterrorism Policy

London School of Economics & Political Science

23 May 11

Is the West Down and Out? And is the East Up and Coming?

London School of Economics & Political Science

24 May 11

Turkey in the World

London School of Economics & Political Science

15 Jun 11

The Soviet Union's Collapse: causes and consequences

London School of Economics & Political Science

24 Jan 12

Sport and the Nation: interpreting Indian history through the lens of cricket

London School of Economics & Political Science

6 Mar 12

America Votes

London School of Economics & Political Science

29 Oct 12

America Votes

London School of Economics & Political Science

29 Oct 12

America and the World - After the Election

London School of Economics & Political Science

12 Nov 12

Power Shift? The Rise of the Rest and the Decline of the West: facts, myths and economists

London School of Economics & Political Science

19 Nov 13

An American Century or an Asian Century?

London School of Economics & Political Science

18 Feb 14

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