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LSE experts debate 'American decline'

In the lead up to this week's LSE North America Forum, on Friday 15 May in New York, LSE professors Mick Cox, Professor Danny Quah and Peter Trubowitz have been debating issues around the theme 'American Decline: fact, fiction or none of the above?' 

This event is one in a series of Global Forums planned as part of LSE’s 120th anniversary celebrations to celebrate the achievements of the School and its alum. This Friday's Forum will feature a State of the School by LSE Director Professor Craig Calhoun. The event will also mark the conferment of an Honorary Doctorate on Dr Janet Yellen, Economist and Chair of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve. 

Professor Mick Cox is Director of LSE IDEAS and Professor of International Relations at LSE. Professor Danny Quah is the Director of the Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre, at LSE's Institute of Global Affairs and Professor of Economics and International Development at LSE. Professor Peter Trubowitz is Director of the US Centre at LSE and Professor of International Relations at the School.

More on the LSE North America Forum at alumni.lse.ac.uk/GlobalForumNY