This week PS21 hosted two more excellent events in London and New York. To celebrate the launch of his book ‘Facing Facts: Is British Power Diminishing?’ Peter Foster was joined by Mike Harwood and Catherine Fieschi for a panel discussion moderated by Tom Bruxner. Peter’s book can be purchased from Amazon. In New York, PS21 Executive Director Peter Apps, moderated a discussion on the ISIS War, with Asha Castleberry, Nelly Lahoud and Ned Parker. You can watch a recording of that discussion here.
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 Twitter at @EUintheUS and @PS21_central.
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