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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.

Clare Melford

Bankrolling Bigotry
Online public event, 3 to 4pm GMT, Tuesday 8 November

The financial incentives to create polarising and divisive content online have generated a tsunami of hate and division. Breaking the business model is the key to reclaiming our information space. Join this LSE IDEAS webinar with Clare Melford, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Global Disinformation Index.

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Russian National Strategy in a Multipolar World
Online public event, 6 to 7.30pm GMT, Thursday 11 November

Dmitry Suslov will discuss the formation and practice of Russian national strategy in a multipolar world.

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Archie Brown

The Strange Death of the Soviet Union: reflections on the collapse of a superpower 1991-2021
Online public event, 6 to 7.30pm GMT, Monday 15 November

Thirty years ago the Soviet Union collapsed bringing an epoch which opened up in 1917 to an end. But why did this 'superpower' implode? Was it inevitable? And what impact has the end of the Soviet system had on the former USSR, the continent of Europe, and the wider international system?

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Amit Sheniak

Cyber-Policy in the Middle East: origins and current trends
Online public event, 3 to 4pm GMT, Wednesday 24 November

This LSE IDEAS webinar with Amit Sheniak will explore the origins, current trends, and the future cyber-policy in the region.

Click here for more information and to register for the event.

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Alliances and War: from the Delian League to the First World War
Public event, 6.30 to 8pm GMT, Monday 29 November

Join LSE IDEAS for the first Engelsberg Chair lecture of 2021/22 on alliances and war, delivered by historian Margaret MacMillan. This is an in-person event held at The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London.

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