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Events

IDEAS events aim to provide the public, policymakers, and professionals with diplomatic insight. Our events include public lectures, debates, policy workshops, and international conferences.

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The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: A Flashpoint of Regional Competition
Online public event, 3 to 4.30 pm BST, Monday 30 May

The China-Pakistan Econimic Corridor offers Pakistan with abundant economic opportunities to ease out its financial distress and provides China with another opening in Indian Ocean through Gwadar. However, the CPEC has remained the subject of intense scrutiny, criticism and pivot of regional politics.

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Russia-Ukraine Dialogues: impact on NATO and European Security
Online public event, 3 to 4pm BST, Tuesday 31 May

As NATO prepares to adopt a new Strategic Concept in June, this week’s Dialogue discusses the impact of the war on transatlantic defense and security.  

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A New Bretton Woods: the International System in Historical Perspective
Online public event, 5 to 6.30 pm BST, Tuesday 31 May

Drawing lessons from the history of global governance and global economic governance, the discussion will cover everything from integrating a rising power (i.e. China) into an existing and ill-fitting international system, how to account for and reverse the shortcomings of international organisations throughout the Global South, how to manage a global economy at war, how to establish a peaceful and durable post-war settlement, and more.

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Russia-Ukraine Dialogues: negotiating with Putin
Online public event, 3 to 4pm BST, Tuesday 7 June

This week’s panel of LSE IDEAS’ Russia-Ukraine Dialogues will discuss negotiations in the context of the Russia-Ukraine war. What are the key issues that have to be resolved? What lessons can we learn from past negotiations between Russia and Ukraine? Should Ukraine be negotiating with Putin?

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Geography is destiny - Britain's complex relationship with Europe
Online public event,

Ian Morris discusses with Professor Michael Cox how geography, migration, government, and new technologies interacted to produce regional inequalities that still affect us today.

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The new geopolitics of trade: what are the implications for the global trading system?
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Following on from the 12th WTO conference, Ignacio Garcia Bercero (Director General of Trade, European Commission) will reflect about possible future scenarios for the global trading system, including the prospects for WTO reform.

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City on the Edge: Hong Kong under Chinese Rule 
Online public event,

Join our upcoming webinar exploring the Hong Kong’s past and future under Chinese rule.

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You can listen to podcasts of previous LSE IDEAS events here.

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