We are proud to announce that PS21 New York officially kicked off this week with a great drinks evening, which is going to be followed up this coming Monday by our first panel discussion on The ISIS War. See below for more details on this event and what else we got up to this week.
Join us at 2901 Landmark West Tower, 22 Marsh Wall, E14 9AL for drinks from18:00 with the discussion from 18:30.
Discussing what the House of Cards and Games of Thrones can teach politics. Is there a difference between European and US portrayals of politics? How do power structures operate in Brussels and DC? Can we compare political struggles and dynamics? This EU Rendez-Vous will be everything but business as usual. A panel discussion will be moderated by Adam Kushner, Outlook editor, The Washington Post, and will feature the following panellists: James Barbour, spokesperson of the European Union Delegation to the U.S., Ari Ratner, CEO of Inside Revolution, PS21 governing board member and former State Department political appointee 2009-12 and Alyssa Rosenberg, culture columnist, The Washington Post. Follow us on @EUintheUS and @PS21_central.
We had a thought-provoking event in London at the Cabinet Office on energy, commodities and geopolitics. Chaired by Richard Mably and with an expert panel including John Kemp, Emily Stromquist and David Murrin, this was a truly dynamic and insightful discussion. Keep an eye out for our report on the key takeaways from this event. We also had a great event in DC on Europe’s migration crisis with Sir Michael Leigh, Jack Goldstone and Rasha Elass. Click here to view the live recording of this event.
21/09/2015 Managing tensions in Asia
17/09/2015 A Conversation with Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer
09/09/2015 Beyond the SDSR
25/09/2015 Roundup: Our top five posts on economies and markets
18/09/2015 Oman’s independent foreign policy – Asha Castleberry
16/09/2015 The death of Reyaad Khan – Richard Barrett
15/09/2015 The neuroscience of Jeremy Corbyn – Robert Colvile
11/09/2015 100 days of Buhari Presidency – Emmanuel Akinwotu
10/09/2015 An Insider’s view of government with Ari Ratner
08/09/2015 Not with a bang, but a white paper