Three really great pieces on the PS21 website this week, all on important but very different topics. Eric Mugaju writes on the International Criminal Court potentially losing legitimacy in Africa, Cat Tully looks at the difficulties of effective long-range strategic foresight and planning while Linda Schegel tackles the future of Germany.
Also a really fantastic discussion on the lessons from the conflict in Yemen last week. Many thanks to those who attended and of course our very excellent panel. It’s the type of conflict that we may well see more of over the years to come, and exactly the sort of topic will be looking more at in 2017.
We are now almost to the end of this year’s events – although looking forward greatly to our Christmas drinks next week in Pimlico with Young Professionals in Foreign Policy [see below]. We have what should be a great event schedule coming up for 2017 on both sides of the Atlantic, however, and look forward to being in touch shortly to share details of that.
All best and as always, many thanks for being part of the journey so far
Executive Director, PS21
Christmas drinks with Young Professionals in Foreign Policy
Wednesday, December 7, from 6 p.m. The Rising Sun, Pimlico
A chance to catch up, network and discuss the truly momentous events in 2016 – as well as looking ahead to what might happen next year. Look forward to seeing as many of you as possible there.