2004 briefings


The Future of American Foreign Policy
9 December 2004
John Ikenberry (Princeton) and Chris Brown (LSE Professor of International Relations)

Pensions and Demographics
25 November 2004
Adair Turner (Chairman of the Pensions Commission) and David Willetts (Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions)

Global Governance in the 21st Century
16 November 2004
Fernando Henrique Cardoso (former President of Brazil) and Richard Falk (Princeton)

America and Iraq
13 October 2004
John Mearsheimer (University of Chicago) and Christopher Coker (LSE Professor of International Relations)

Iraq and Beyond
4 June 2004
Jeremy Greenstock (former British Envoy to Iraq and Ambassador to the UN) and Fred Halliday (LSE Professor of International Relations)

A Gentle Hegemony
27 May 2004
Philip Bobbitt (Clinton defence advisor and author of The Shield of Achilles) and Niall Ferguson (Oxford and Harvard, author of Empire)

Debt, Capital and Financial Crises
29 April 2004
Kemal Dervis (former Turkish Finance Minister) and Meghnad Desai (House of Lords and LSE)

The Depreciation of the Dollar
22 April 2004
Avinash Persaud (GAM Persaud Global Currency Fund) and Martin Wolf (Financial Times)

The Prospects for Global Capitalism
 9 March 2004
Bill Emmott (Editor of The Economist) and Will Hutton (Chief Executive of The Work Foundation, Observer columnist)

The Transatlantic Relationship
5 February 2004
Chris Patten (European Commissioner for External Relations) and George Robertson (former Secretary-General of NATO)

The Stability of American Supremacy
29 January 2004
Anthony Giddens (former Director of LSE) and George Soros (financier and philanthropist)