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  • Democracy, climate change and global governance

    Dates: 12 January 2010
    Venue: London
    David Held, professor of political science and co-director of LSE Global Governance at the London School of Economics, will outline the central arguments and public policy recommendations of his new paper, Democracy, climate change and global governance (co-authored with Angus Fane-Hervey) at an interactive breakfast seminar on Tuesday 12 January.
  • A little war that shook the world: Georgia, Russia and the future of the west

    Dates: 27 January 2010
    Venue: London
    Policy Network will host an interactive breakfast seminar entitled, "A little war that shook the world: Georgia, Russia and the future of the west" in London on 27 January 2010.
  • A planet in peril: the politics of climate change

    Dates: 2 February 2010
    Venue: London
    The advent of a low-carbon economy is much discussed at the moment, but accounts differ as to what this new economy will look like. Technological innvovation will be pivotal to this process, as will the lifestyle changes stemming from a developing ecological consciousness. 
  • Jobs, industry and opportunity: growth strategies after the crisis

    Dates: 19 February 2010
    Venue: London
    The financial crisis has urged us to rethink our approach to economic policy. Having averted a 1930s style depression, the focus of progressive politicians around the world is now shifting towards delivering a new politics of sustainable economic growth and job creation, one that is forward thinking and transformative and acknowledges the role of strategic public investment in our shared prosperity. 
  • Through a billion voices: the making of Indian foreign policy

    Dates: 25 February 2010
    Venue: London
    India is poised to be an instrumental player in the emerging international landscape. With its symbolic significance as a plural democracy and its potential to play a stabilising role in a volatile region, India occupies a unique position in international affairs.
  • Post-Lisbon: The future of the European Union

    Dates: 26 February 2010
    Venue: Madrid
    Policy Network and the Fundación IDEAS held a one-day conference on the future of the European Union in Madrid.
  • Science and its sceptics: the politics of climate change

    Dates: 10 March 2010
    Venue: London
    The relationship between the science of climate change and the politics of a climate change is currently an uneasy one. As the recent furore over misrepresented scientific data is debated by the political mainstream, the time is right to reflect upon how this relationship could be strengthened.
  • Migration and the rise of nationalist right-wing parties: confrontation, isolation or engagement?

    Dates: 11 March 2010
    Venue: Copenhagen
    Policy Network, in partnership with The Migration Initiative at the University of Copenhagen, will host a seminar on “Migration and the rise of nationalist right-wing parties: confrontation, isolation or engagement?” on 11th March in Copenhagen.
  • Foresight India

    Dates: 25 March 2010
    Venue: New Delhi
    Bringing together leaders and experts from India and across the globe to discuss India's role in an in an interdependent and multi-polar world, the Foresight India symposium will take place on 25-26 March in New Delhi.
  • The EU in 2020: fit for what purpose?

    Dates: 22 April 2010
    Venue: Paris
    Policy Network and Terra Nova will hold a two day symposium on the future of the European Union in Paris on the 22nd and 23rd of April 2010.

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