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Chartwell Events: Chris Parry names the biggest global security threats on Oct 26th

Join the Chartwell team and guests for breakfast on Wednesday, October 26th, as Rear Admiral Chris Parry analyses the major geopolitical and security risks that will dominate the next five years – with emphasis on Europe’s relationship with the Middle East and North Africa, China and Russia.

Chris will also help us think through the implications of either a Clinton or Trump victory in the US Presidential Election. We hope you can join us!

If you’re unable to attend, do forward or share this invititation to a colleague who you think might find Chris’s insights valuable. He’s an engaging and powerful speaker and this event is a rare opportunity to see him in action!

This exclusive session is invitation-only so please email Lisa on lisa@chartwellspeakers.com to request your place before they’re all taken.

 

‘”One of the best minds in the field” [of geopolitical forecasting].’ – The New York Times

 

 

About Chris Parry:

Rear Admiral Chris Parry has an international reputation for his penetrating analysis and stimulating articulation of a wide range of geopolitical, strategic and security themes. He is one of the UK’s top strategic thinkers and forecasters, whose assessments about the future have consistently proved extremely accurate and are considered amongst the best in the field by governments, the City, the academic world and a variety of national and international institutions. Get in touch if you’d like to book Chris Parry as a speaker for your next event.

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Chartwell Events: ‘The World, but not as we have known it’ with Chris Parry

Join us for breakfast on Wednesday, October 26th, at our London offices to hear one of the UK’s top strategic thinkers, Rear Admiral Chris Parry, speak on ‘The World, but not as we have known it’

A powerful speaker on geopolitics, globalisation and security concerns around the world, Chris will share thought-provoking and penetrating analysis on the state of the world’s affairs and the biggest threats to our safety. It promises to be an unmissable event – we hope you’ll be able to join us!

This event is invitation-only so we look forward to seeing you there! Places are strictly limited but an invite can be requested by email.

 

More about Chris Parry:

Chris Parry has an international reputation for his penetrating analysis and stimulating articulation of a wide range of geopolitical, strategic and security themes. He is one of the UK’s top strategic thinkers and forecasters, whose assessments about the future have consistently proved extremely accurate and are considered amongst the best in the field by governments, the City, the academic world and a variety of national and international institutions. Read more >>

 

John Hulsman on why the West no longer exists

Writing in City A.M., John Hulsman, a leading geopolitical analyst, details why he thinks the greatest global geopolitical risk is the end of the west, as rising powers realise it simply doesn’t exist any more.

John argues that Barack Obama was elected to lessen American foreign policy risk after the disasters of the Bush administration, but “what once looked like a sensible, limited, pullback of US forces after the promiscuity of the Bush era was instead a run for the exits.” Moreover, he adds that the West’s weak threats and lack of a serious consequences against Russia have made it seem even weaker.

John goes onto say that “the real ace up the sleeves of the dissenting powers…is the total collapse of Europe as a global force.” This is because “Europe is divided between euro creditors and debtors, between the north and the south, with the EU proving itself hugely unpopular almost everywhere…As seen from Moscow, Beijing, Pyongyang, Damascus and Tehran, this is the inspiring, hopeful narrative of Western decline.”

The article is currently the most read and commented in City A.M., and reached number 3 on RealClearWorld in the States. Click here to read the full piece.

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