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John Collins was quoted in Der Spiegel on the launch of the UN World Drug Report (in German).

LSE IDEAS attends 2nd India Think Tank Forum

Mary Martin, director of the UN Business and Human Security Initiative at IDEAS, attended the 2nd India Think Tank Forum in New Delhi, entitled The Potential and Power of National, Regional and Global Partnerships.  A fast growing number of think tanks discussed China's growing role, Indian foreign policy, and domestic challenges for policymakers.

Executive Director of the IDEAS International Drug Policy Project John Collins published Losing UNGASS? Lessons from civil society, past and present  in the journal Drugs and Alcohol Today.

IDEAS Visiting Fellow John Ryan published the chapter The Conundrum of Financial Stability - Central Banks and Currency Management in China, Eurozone and the US? in the Routledge book China and EU: Reform and Governance  edited by Jing Men and Annika Linck.

IDEAS Visiting Fellow Effie G.H. Pedaliu was one of the organisers of the conference The Colonels' Dictatorship: Domestic and International Dimension, 1967-1974 in Athens, at which IDEAS Visiting Fellow Eirini Karamouzi and IDEAS Director Michael Cox also spoke.

Helmut K. Anheier appointed LSE IDEAS Visiting Professor

Professor Helmut Anheier is one of the most distinguished figures working in the social science field today. He has published widely in several areas including global civil society, global governance, the role of philanthropy, and the EU in world politics.

IDEAS is delighted that in addition to serving as academic co-director of the Dahrendorf Forum, he is also joining us a Visiting Professor. IDEAS Director Professor Michael Cox "was delighted to welcome Professor Anheier to IDEAS and back to the LSE with which Professor Anheier has had a long and distinguished association".

 
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Our Visiting Senior Fellow Leslie Vinjamuri appeared on Bloomberg Surveillance with Tom Keene and Francine Lacqua to talk about President Trump and the future of the Paris climate change agreement.

 
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China Foresight's Yu Jie appeared on BBC News' World Business Report to talk about the EU-China summit and potential European-Chinese cooperation on climate change after the US pulled out of the Paris agreement. 
 
IDEAS Associate Andrew Hammond writes for Newsweek on What Trump Could Learn from China on Climate Change.
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LSE IDEAS Attends the Global Think Tank Summit 2017 in Yokohama
LSE IDEAS attended the Global Think Tank Summit in Yokohama, Japan, between 1-3 May, which was convened by high-level policy-makers and think tank officials to discuss the role of think tanks in the 21st Century. IDEAS Policy Coordinator Alexander Soderholm joined over 140 policy makers and thinkers from more than 90 organisations and over 40 countries to discuss the theme Achieving Balanced Growth in Asia and the World for Sustainable Development: The Role of Think Tanks

 

John Collins of the LSE IDEAS International Drug Policy Project writes for The Journal on how Ireland could lead the way in developing new human-centred approaches to drug use. 

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Expert witness at House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee

LSE IDEAS' Yu Jie acted as one of six witnesses to give oral evidence in a recent House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee inquiry into UK’s relations with China. Issues of bilateral trade, investments, Hong Kong, and diplomacy were examined by 11 MPs on the Select Committee. Our Associate Guy de Jonquieres also spoke as a witness in the inquiry. Read the inquiry transcript here.

 
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On 20 April in Athens, Greece, our Visiting Fellow Effie G. H. Pedaliu presented the opening paper at the conference '50 Years After: New Approaches to the Colonels' Dictatorship'' on 'The Greek Dictatorship and International Public Opinion'. The three day event was attended by the Speaker of the Hellenic Parliament, Ministers, MPs, academics, and members of the public.

 

LSE IDEAS China Foresight expert witness at House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee

LSE IDEAS' Yu Jie acted as one of six witnesses to give oral evidence in a recent House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee inquiry into UK’s relations with China. Issues of bilateral trade, investments, Hong Kong, and diplomacy were examined by 11 MPs on the Selected Committee. Our Associate Guy de Jonquieres also spoke as a witness in the inquiry. Read the inquiry transcript here.

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If we make post-Brexit trade deals with China and India, don’t expect Britain to come out on top

LSE IDEAS' Yu Jie and former Business Secretary Vince Cable write for the Independent on the challenges Britain will face negotiating trade deals with China and India. Read the article.

 
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New Year's Honours for IDEAS' Dr John Hughes

LSE IDEAS Visiting Professor in Practice Dr John Hughes has been awarded a CBE in the New Year's Honours list. "IDEAS is delighted for Dr Hughes and sends its collective congratulations to him for this great honour" said IDEAS Director Michael Cox. 

 

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