Monthly Archives: July 2011

Delighted to announce a new exclusive speaker: Dr Razeen Sally

Jul 25, 2011

Chartwell is now representing Dr Razeen Sally exclusively outside the US. Razeen is an expert on global trade issues, and the rise of Asia. He has spent the last ten years teaching at the LSE, and also running the European Centre for International Political Economy. Razeen is moving out to Singapore, to teach at the Lee

Overcoming a fear of failure

Jul 25, 2011

Last week I had a coffee with Robert Kelsey, author of ‘What’s Stopping You?: Why smart people don’t always reach their potential and how you can’ (Capstone 2011). Robert is an ex-banker who now runs a successful financial pr firm. On the way he has suffered and overcome an intense fear of failure, the result

The Norwegian response to terror

Jul 25, 2011

Erik Bergesen provides expert insight into Norway’s reaction to Anders Breivik’s attacks on Parliament and Utoya which killed more than 90 people in the Huffington Post today. Erik compares the reaction of the US after 9/11 to the Norwegian reaction after the events of last weekend. While the United States took tighter security measures, Norway is avoiding

HARDtalk interview: Post-Kyoto consensus for IPPC?

Jul 25, 2011

This great HARDtalk interview with Chair of the International Panel on Climate Change, Rajendra Pachauri, is certainly worth a watch. Presenter and interviewer Stephen Sackur raised some difficult issues,  including questioning the IPPC’s credibility and the realism of shifting energy consumption towards renewable sources. Rajendra spoke of the importance of a post-Kyoto consensus on tackling

David Miliband calls for a renewed focus on the economy in the wake of the hacking scandal

Jul 22, 2011

Today in the Huffington Post, David Miliband calls for a renewed focus on the economy in the wake of the hacking scandal. Firstly, David believes that the British economy has all of the vitality of a “fatigued and aging tortoise.”He feels that the government has frightening people and businesses into lower spending, which lead to

Nouriel Roubini: “China’s explosive growth to continue in near term”

Jul 22, 2011

Nouriel Roubini, the economics professor who predicted the inflated US housing market would precipitate a worldwide financial crisis, has claimed that China’s economy will continue to grow rapidly until 2013, defying fears of a sharp slowdown and risk of overheating, at least in the near term. Speaking to the Wall Street Journal, Nouriel is optimistic that

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