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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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2021: A Pivotal Year for China's Financial System?
Online public event, 11am-12.30pm, Tuesday 9 March

2021 may mark a turning point in the global standing of China’s financial system. From the digital yuan, to financial services liberalisation and US treasuries purchases, this panel seeks to explore key trends and place these in an increasingly fraught geopolitical context.

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The Visegrad Countries in the Global Order
Online public event, 4-5.30pm GMT, Wednesday 10 March

Thorn in the EU’s side or dynamic emerging power block? Join us to discuss the role of the Visegrad Group in the global order.

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Webinar Series: The International System of Power
Online public event, 4-5.30pm, Friday 12 March

How can we open up our minds and learn how to think differently about the world, its different regions and societies? How can we connect with streams of thought, ideas, thinkers, scholars, and experience, from around the world? How might we be better informed by intellectual currents beyond the global North and its circuits of knowledge? How can we have truly global conversations beyond the conventional elite circuits and boundaries of knowledge? What might truly global knowledge look like? This webinar series is co-hosted with City, University of London.

This week's webinar topic is “The IMF, World Bank, OECD, and ‘Development’".

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Understanding Violence and Political Markets in Africa and the Middle East: conclusions from the Conflict Research Programme
Online public event, 4 to 5.30pm, Monday 15 March

After four years of researching violence, conflict and across Africa and the Middle East, what have we learned? Join us for the concluding event of the Conflict Research Programme.

Click here for more information and to register.

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Empire and Righteous Nation: Past, present and future of China-Korea relations
Online public event, 6 to 7.30pm, Tuesday 16 March

Sino-Korean relations have played a key part in the Korean Peninsula’s history. They will do so further still in coming decades. This panel seeks to understand the past so as to better plan for the future.

Click here for more information and to register.

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Webinar Series: The International System of Power
Online public event, 4-5.30pm, Friday 19 March

How can we open up our minds and learn how to think differently about the world, its different regions and societies? How can we connect with streams of thought, ideas, thinkers, scholars, and experience, from around the world? How might we be better informed by intellectual currents beyond the global North and its circuits of knowledge? How can we have truly global conversations beyond the conventional elite circuits and boundaries of knowledge? What might truly global knowledge look like? This webinar series is co-hosted with City, University of London.

This week's webinar topic is “Race and racism in understandings of world order”.

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LSE Executive MSc International Strategy and Diplomacy Programme: Information Webinar
Online public webinar, 5-6.30pm GMT

Join the team running LSE IDEAS Executive MSc International Strategy and Diplomacy Programme for an information webinar. It aims to connect with prospective applicants and offer holders, introduce the team and answer queries.

Click here for more information and to register.

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Webinar Series: The International System of Power
Online public event, 4-5.30pm, Friday 26 March

How can we open up our minds and learn how to think differently about the world, its different regions and societies? How can we connect with streams of thought, ideas, thinkers, scholars, and experience, from around the world? How might we be better informed by intellectual currents beyond the global North and its circuits of knowledge? How can we have truly global conversations beyond the conventional elite circuits and boundaries of knowledge? What might truly global knowledge look like? This webinar series is co-hosted with City, University of London.

This week's webinar topic is “Empires of the Mind: The nexus of knowledge and power in world politics”.

Click here for more information and to register.

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Empires Past and Present: empire around 1900
Online public event, 6.30-8pm, Tuesday 30 March

Arne Westad will discuss high imperialisms, their relationship to globalising capitalism, and how a destabilised European world initiated the tragedies of the 20th century. This is the third Engelsberg lecture of 2020/21.

Click here for more information. Registration opens on 16 March.

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

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