Yearly Archives: 2013

John Hulsman moderates ground-breaking geo-political “war game”

Dec 16, 2013

Geopolitical analyst John recently designed and moderated a London-based war game to explore potential scenarios for the EU-UK relationship. The game was set in 2017, with a recently-elected Conservative government committed to renegotiating Britain’s relationship with its European neighbours, and then holding a referendum to give the British electorate the final say on accepting EU membership

‘Tis the season to be jolly…

Dec 12, 2013

On Tuesday, the London Chartwell team migrated from their offices to explore what the City had to offer for their Christmas outing. The day began by taking the Emirates Airline cable car over the Thames from North Greenwich to the Royal Docks, offering a perspective of London’s cityscape which is less seen, and a couple of

Professor Keyu Jin: Reasons to be cheerful about growth prospects in China

Dec 4, 2013

We spent some time talking to Professor Keyu Jin, the LSE-based economist and expert commentator on China’s economy, and the country’s dynamic relationship with the global economy. Click below to listen in on reasons to be cheerful about growth prospects in China. [soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/123183493″ params=”color=154777&auto_play=false&show_artwork=true” width=”100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /]

Six things I learned – Laurence Kemball-Cook, CEO of Pavegen

Dec 3, 2013

Laurence is the award winning founder & CEO of Pavegen Systems, an innovative clean-technology company based in London. An industrial design engineer by training, Laurence spent his early career working for one of Europe’s largest energy companies trying to develop street lights powered by wind and solar. The challenge of finding new energy sources to

John Hulsman – The Iran interim deal: Lessons in realism from JFK

Nov 26, 2013

Yesterday in Aspen Italia, John Hulsman analysed the significance of the Iran interim deal that concluded last weekend. Using the 50-year anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s assassination as a point of comparison, John explored the parallels between these two historic events. One of JFK’s foremost triumphs was averting the Cuban Missile crisis. John asserts that

Kathryn Parsons wins the “Women of the Future” Award

Nov 25, 2013

Kathryn Parsons, tech entrepreneur and founder of Decoded, has been named a winner in the Technology & Digital category of the 2013 Women of the Future Awards. Now in their eight year the awards recognise the achievements of successful young women in Britain today and work to create role models for the next generation of

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