Critics who claim influence is shifting away from the US and UK underestimate the power of their shared values of human rights and liberty, said US Senator Marco Rubio. Audio/Video/Transcript.
Escalating tensions between governments and extractives companies put both resource-rich countries and international investors at risk. Read the new report.
Qatar Foreign Minister Khalid Bin Mohammed Al-Attiyah laid out his country's foreign policy principles and championed its role as a mediator in the Middle East. Audio/Video/Transcript.
This conference will consider how changes in patterns of consumption, production and technological innovation will impact on food sustainability, global health and business. Agenda.
To avoid mistakes of Iraq and Afghanistan, the UK should make decisions on the use of force subject to a formal code approved by parliament. Read the new report.
Charles Goodhart, Director, Financial Regulation Research Programme, Department of Financial Markets Group, London School of Economics
Iain MacNeil, Alexander Stone Chair of Commercial Law, School of Law, University of Glasgow
Paola Subacchi, Research Director, International Economics, Chatham House
Eugene White, Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Rutgers University
Steven Schwarcz, Stanley A Star Professor of Law and Business, Duke University
Chair: Catherine Schenk, Professor of International Economic History, University of Glasgow