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The Anglosphere Beyond Churchill: An Exploration of Commonwealth and Commerce

 

Date

Wednesday, 20 March 2013

Speakers

Professor Madhav Nalapat Professor Michael Mainelli

Venue

Z/Yen Group, 90 Basinghall Street, London EC2V 5AY Map

Time

15:30-17:30

Booking

If you would like to attend please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Youtube links

The Anglosphere Beyond Churchill - Long Finance 1st Part: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ci0zpkr0C2k
The Anglosphere Beyond Churchill - Long Finance 2nd Part: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FuWDClaujE

Professor Madhav Das Nalapat talks entertainingly about the 21st century Anglosphere to the Long Finance community in the City of London, on 20 March 2013 at Z/Yen's offices. Madhav explores how the English language can transcend and link global education, science, economics, media, faith, politics and international affairs.

Agenda

This Long Finance discussion looks at the past and future of the British Empire’s successors, the countries and trading partners that form the Anglosphere. We are delighted to have Madhav Das Nalapat, distinguished Professor of Geopolitics from Manipal University, UNESCO Peace Chair and prolific columnist on international affairs, who would like to initiate a discussion on The 21st Century Anglosphere. Madhav’s principal thesis is that "the blood of the mind" is more important than "the blood of the body".

Madhav Das Nalapat is Professor of Geopolitics and Director of Research at Manipal University (an international private university headquartered in South India), UNESCO Peace Chair and Managing Editor of the Sunday Guardian (formerly Coordinating Editor of the Times of India and Editor of Mathrubhumi). Prof Nalapat writes expertly on international affairs, security and politics; a regular columnist for The Sunday Guardian and The Pakistan Observer, China Daily and Gatewayhouse. After graduating in economics from The University of Mumbai he began his career with The Centre for Political Research.

Related articles by Professor Nalapat - "Roosevelt's Policy May Guide Obama" & "A US-Indian Military Deal Hinges On An Equal Partnership"

Recent interviews with Professor Nalapat - "Expert: West Helping Wahabbi Winter Spread to Syria", "Why It Is Difficult To Dislike The British" & "Democracy Best Served Diluted"

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