The Foreign Policy Forum: The Crisis in Ukraine and East-West Relations, 24-06-2015

May 8, 2015 • Business, Past Events • Views: 1100

FOREIGN POLICY FORUM

WHEN:

Monday, 24 June 2015, 09:00 AM- 5:00PM

WHERE:

Private Prestige Venue, WC2R London, United Kingdom

ADMISSION:

Conference Registration fees:

Early-bird rates are available only until 31st May 2015:

  • Early-bird general admission for one person: £250.00

  • Early-bird admission for one presenter: (£350)

For registrations after 31st May:

  • General admission for one person: £450

  • General admission for one presenter: £550

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The Foreign Policy Forum is an annual one-day stakeholder conference for leaders of industry, finance, diplomacy from around the world to discuss the key foreign policy challenges facing western civilization this decade in an off the record setting with policymakers and foreign policy leaders.

This year’s Foreign Policy Forum will convene in London on Monday June 22nd 2015. The conference will be held off the record at a prestige private location. Media are not permitted to attend.

The speakers will include experts in foreign policy and defence from key nations around the world.

Conference Agenda:

Session One: The Crisis in Ukraine and East-West Relations.

Session Two: The Asian Infrastructure Bank and the Rise of China.

Session Three: The Islamic State, Iran and the security of Middle East Oil.

Session Four: War with Russia? And NATO’s new defence priorities.

Confirmed speakers include:

Edward Mortimer CMG, Senior Program Advisor, Salzburg Global Seminar, Distinguished Fellow All Souls College and Chief Speechwriter, Executive Office of the Secretary-General and, additionally, Director of Communications (from 2001), United Nations (from 1998 to 2006).

Sir Brian Crowe*, Deputy Chairman of Chatham House and former Director General for External and Politico-military Affairs at the Council of the European Union.

Professor Christopher Coker, Professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics.

Professor Hall Gardner, Professor of International and Comparative Politics at the American University of Paris.

Further speakers to be announced on the Foreign Policy Forum website.

Tickets and participation are subject to terms and conditions and are allocated on a first come first serve basis as there are only a limited number of spaces available.

Further information on the Foreign Policy Forum and registration details for the 2015 conference are available at the Foreign Policy Forum’s website:http://www.theforeignpolicyforum.com

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