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LSE Perspectives - October 2007

Here are this month's contributions to LSE Perspectives, the online gallery featuring images contributed by students and staff, reflecting some of the fascinations, concerns, quirks and artistic sensibilities of our LSE community.  To view a larger picture and to find out more information about each entry please click on the thumbnail.  

This month features some of the speakers to visit the LSE during 2007. All photographs taken by Nigel Stead, the LSE Photographer.

Each month a new selection of photographs will be selected by the Arts Advisory Group. You can find out more about how to submit your contribution at LSE Perspectives submissions.

Alan Greenspan
In Conversation with Alan Greenspan
Monday 1 October 2007
 

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Andrus Ansip
The European Union: a positive view
Tuesday 23 January 2007
 

Benazir Bhutto
Current Political Situation in Pakistan
Tuesday 24 April 2007
 

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The Rt Hon David Cameron MP
Meeting Economic Challenges of the Future
Monday 10 September 2007
 

Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei
Global Security: Challenges and Opportunities
Monday 19 February 2007
 

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Gerard Schröder
Prospects for Peaceful Development in a Globalised World
Monday 5 February 2007

Sir John Major
In Conversation with The Rt Hon Sir John Major
Tuesday 24 April 2007

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Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma
The United Nations in the 21st century - a perspective from a developing country
Wednesday 25 October 2006

Neelie Kroes
Getting More from Financial Services Markets: greater competition for a better deal for consumers
Monday 19 February 2007

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Mr P Chidambaram
India - the Land of Growth Opportunities
Monday 29 January 2007

His Excellency Paul Kagame
The Challenges of Development and Environmental Sustainability in Africa: the case of Rwanda
Thursday 4 October 2007

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George Soros
Energy Crisis: Resource Scarcity, Oil Wars, and Climate Change
Wednesday 4 July 2007

Entries from our other collections can be located at LSE Perspectives.

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