“So we survived 2017. What next?”
Tuesday, December 12, 2017, from 6 p.m. Juju’s Bar and Stage, Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London.
From the inauguration of President Donald Trump in January through Brexit pitfalls and unexpected UK election, terror attacks, nuclear saber rattling and all else, 2017 has been a heavy year in international relations. The Project for Study for the 21st Century, Young Professionals in Foreign Policy and the Fabian Society International Group are delighted to come together for a joint discussion and Christmas drinks. We will look back across the last year and into 2018, wondering what might come next.
This is our latest event in conjunction with Juju’s Bar and Stage. The bar will be open from six p.m. with discussions beginning around 730 p.m.
Incorporating Christmas drinks for PS21, Young Professionals in Foreign Policy and the Fabian Society International Group
Panelists and speakers will include
Peter Apps – Reuters Global Affairs Columnist. Executive Director, PS21
John Raines – Head of political risk, IHS. Former US Treasury and State Department official.
Jonn Elledge – Senior journalist, New Statesman
Jessica Toale – Coordinator, Fabian Society International Group.