London Event November 6 – Imagining Geopolitics in 2030

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Wednesday, November 6th, from 06:30 p.m., Bush House (SE) room 2.12, King’s College London, Strand, WC2R 2LS.

In the latest of our ‘2030’ series, PS21 is assembling another great collection of experts in a variety of specialities to discuss the future of geopolitics, and how international affairs will evolve in the decade to come.

What will remain following President Trump? Who might replace Russia’s Vladimir Putin and China’s Xi Jinping? What will happen to the remnants of British politics? In an increasingly interconnected era, will we see a total revolution in international politics? What role will climate change have on relations?

We’ll be talking East, West, evolving cultures, uncertain economics and much more.


Dr Richard Schofield – Leading academic on geopolitics at King’s College London

Dr Daanish Mustafa – Reader of Human Geography at King’s College London

Professor Andrew Preston – Professor of history of American foreign relations

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Doors open at 6pm, the event will begin at 6:30pm. Please bring photo ID.

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