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What’s the Risk? PR & Communication Agencies and Kleptocracy

The PR industry presents a conundrum in the fight against money laundering and kleptocracy


War in Ukraine: Reflections two years on

February 2024 marks a bleak anniversary, two years since the Russian invasion into Ukraine


G20 India 2023: Insights from FPC Fellows & Friends

Insights from FPC Fellows & Friends on the upcoming G20 Leaders' Summit and thematic priorities.

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Finding Britain’s role in a changing world

What do the challenges, posed by both ‘Brexit’ and an increasingly volatile world, mean for the UK now and for its future.

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What does the future hold for the US and UK’s ‘Special Relationship’? Examining the transatlantic partnership in the year of elections

The ‘special relationship’ between the United States and United Kingdom has often been lauded by successive Presidents and Prime Ministers, keen to underscore a closely fostered partnership. The two countries have shared significant ties, militarily, economically and culturally, and have often acted in lock-step on the international stage.   Yet in recent years, the special relationship has been tested by numerous global crises and diverging domestic political landscapes. Upcoming elections ...

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Keynote: Sir Peter Westmacott


The Rt Hon Liam Byrne MP

Professor Michael Cox (LSE IDEAS)

Dr Julie Norman (UCL)

Rosa Prince (POLITICO)

Chair: Professor Mark Webber

June 6, 2024
18:30 - 21:00

The Assembly Room, The Exchange, 3 Centenary Square, Birmingham, B1 2DR

Places are limited so early registration is advisable and necessary. Please register here.

The Future of the Middle East

The SEPAD project and the Foreign Policy Centre (FPC) are delighted to announce ‘The Future of the Middle East’ conference to be held on Monday 24th June in London. Through the conference’s different panels and discussions, participants will examine the ways in which regional order has evolved, the (re)construction of transnational alliances, the salience of sectarian difference, the role of external powers, the future of diplomacy and what can be done to prevent further escalation ...

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June 24, 2024
9:00 - 17:00 UK Time

In person, London (Venue TBC)

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