On Tuesday 5th November, we were delighted to welcome to GSF the economist, George Magnus and the former British diplomat, Charles Parton OBE. They spoke in a debate entitled ‘China’s Challenges: Is The Long Success Story Over?’ which was chaired by Lord Lothian. Continue reading
As President Xi Jinping continued his State visit to the UK, GSF hosted a panel discussion on the UK-China relationship in the National Liberal Club on Wednesday 21st October. Sir Martin Davidson, Chairman of the Great Britain-China Centre, Richard Graham Continue reading
On Tuesday 8th June 2010, Dr Shirin Akiner, Fellow of the Cambridge Central Asia Forum and Research Associate at the School of Oriental and African Studies, presented her new paper, ‘The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation: A Networking Organisation For A Networking Continue reading
On Tuesday 18th May 2010, Dr Stefan Halper, Senior Fellow in the Department of Politics and International Studies at Cambridge University and Nigel Inkster, Director of Transnational Threats and Political Risk at the International Institute of Strategic Studies, took part Continue reading
Ambassador Chas W Freeman, Jr, gave Global Strategy Forum’s first lecture in 2010, on Wednesday 20th January. Entitled ‘China’s Challenge To American Hegemony’, his lecture provided a succinct and perceptive analysis, which drew on his many years of expertise to Continue reading
In his lecture on 13th July 2009, Lord Patten gave a comprehensive overview of what is happening in China today. In response to the question of whether the 21st century belongs to China, Lord Patten said that while he Continue reading
On Tuesday 17th July 2007, our guest speaker was Sir Christopher Hum, former Ambassador to Beijing. He addresed the emergence of China on the world stage in a speech entitled, “Managing China’s Rise”.