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The future of global politics: Challenges, opportunities and threats?

International Relations experts from media and politics debate the current state of the world.

We live in a rapidly changing world. Globalisation, the War on Terror, the rise of powers like China and India and attempts at democratic change in various countries are obvious themes which are shaping the world around us. During this year, events such as the US Presidential election and the Beijing Olympic Games will put such issues into the spotlight.

This G2G event aims to provide a robust discussion and debate about many of these issues.

Confirmed speakers include:

Mark Boden (Fellow in Comparative Politics, London School of Economics)

George Brock (President, World Editor's Forum and Saturday Editor, The Times)

Liam Fox MP (Shadow Secretary of State for Defence)

Simon Tisdall (Assistant Editor, The Guardian)

Chair: Dr Marta Golonka (International Relations Department, London School of Economics)


Respondent: Professor George Brock | talks | www
Liam Fox MP | talks
Simon Tisdall | talks | www
Mark Boden | talks
Dr Marta Golonka | talks


Date and Time:

27 April 2008 at 6:45 pm


2 hours



Hamilton House
Mabledon Place

http:// http://www.hamilton-house.org.uk/contacts.htm
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Generation 2 Generation
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