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The World in 2016: In Conversation with LSE Alumni

As the world appears to be entering a period of geopolitical and economic instability, it's increasingly important to engage in analysis and debate. The likely causes, effects and trajectories of global trends - now more than ever - require consideration.

Consequently, AFLSE, in association with the LSE Civil Service, Public Policy and Government Alumni Group, are delighted to invite you to 'The World in 2016: In Conversation with LSE Alumni.'

Discussing a broad sweep of global affairs, from Europe to the Americas, the Middle East to Asia, the event will be a chance to meet and debate with high-profile and leading LSE alumni in the field of international affairs.

Chaired by Edward Price, Americas editor of the International Financial Law Review, the discussion will feature leading practitioners in global affairs, Mark Power, UK First Political Secretary to the UN (HM Foreign and Commonwealth Office) and Matthew Peterson, Director at Eurasia Group, the leading global political risk firm.

After brief presentations, a discussion among attendees and speakers will proceed along Chatham House rules.

Please note, space for this event is extremely limited!
Free for AFLSE Members / $10 for non-members.
This event is sold out . A waitlist has been started -see below.

The World in 2016: In Conversation with LSE Alumni

Date: July 28th, 2016 from 6:00 – 8:00pm

Host: Guy Erb (MSc ’63)

Venue: Berkeley Research Group, LLC, 810 Seventh Avenue, Suite 4100 (between 52nd and 53rd Streets, across from the Sheraton Hotel)

Chair: Edward Price (BA ’06), LSE Civil Service, Public Policy and Government Alumni Group  

Speakers: 

Mark Power (BSc ’05), UK First Political Secretary to the UN (HM Foreign and Commonwealth Office) 

Matthew Peterson (MSc ’05), Director at Eurasia Group 

This is a LSE Civil Service, Public Policy and Government Alumni Group event.

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Thursday, 07/28/16 at 6:00pm | iCal

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