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GSF publications are available for download here. The full catalogue of GSF’s publications will shortly be available.
On 14th March, GSF held a seminar on the Arab Uprisings one year on. The seminar was opened by the Rt Hon Alan Duncan MP, Minister of State for International Development. The following speakers also took part: Dr Maha Azzam, Associate Fellow, Chatham House; Sir Richard Dalton KCMG, Former UK Ambassador to Iran and Libya; Lindsey Hilsum, International Editor, Channel 4 News; Dr. Eugene Rogan, Fellow, Middle East Centre, St. Antony’s College, Oxford; Rt Hon Jack Straw MP, Former Home Secretary, Foreign Secretary and Justice Secretary; and Lord Williams of Baglan, former UN Under-Secretary of State and Special Coordinator for the Middle East and Lebanon.
To download a copy of the seminar proceedings, click here.
GSF’s latest publication, ‘Views on the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Debate – The Critical Issue Of Our Time’ is now available in hard copy or downloadable pdf version.
This collection of essays, lectures and debates contains contributions by Peter Jenkins, Professor the Hon Gareth Evans, Rt Hon Sir Malcolm Rifkind MP, Lord Browne of Ladyton and Elbridge Colby, together with a foreword by Lord Lothian.
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On 14th June 2011 at the National Liberal Club, Hüseyin Gün, Sir David Logan KCMG, Mehmet Ögütçü and Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne took part in a GSF debate on the Turkish election results and their implications, chaired by the Rt Hon Jack Straw MP. The Turkish Ambassador, HE Mr Ünal Çeviköz gave a reply. Their respective presentations were published in a pamphlet, which can be downloaded here.
Hüseyin Gün’s pamphlet, published in June 2011, advocates a programme of economic aid to the Middle East on the scale of the Marshall Plan, with Turkey, the region’s largest and most dynamic economy, taking a leading role. As Lord Lothian says in his foreword, ‘it is a powerful argument which deserves to be taken seriously by all those who want the ideals of the “Arab Spring” to take root and flourish. I am delighted to be associated with it.’
Lord Lothian’s pamphlet, ‘Farewell to Drift: A New Foreign Policy for a Network World’ with a foreword by Peter Oborne, and published in October 2010, is available for download here.