Category Archives: events

On the killing of Osama Bin Laden

Norman Geras summarizes some opinion on the legality and morality of the action. At conservative blog Ricochet.com, Claire Berlinski lists some of Bin Laden’s victims. On Slate, Christopher Hitchens treats the opinionating of Noam Chomsky on the matter with the contempt it deserves. At the Website of he New Republic tries to put the event in historical perspective.

Nick Cohen Meeting 6:15pm, 22Mar07

Democratiya, The Euston Manifesto, Engage, and Mishcon de Reya are delighted to invite you to a conversation with Nick Cohen. In What’s Left? How Liberals Lost their Way Cohen tells the story of how parts of the Liberal-Left of the 20th Century ended up supporting the far Right of the 21st in the shape of […]

Left Forum: NYC, 9–11 March 2007

Left Forum 2007 will take place March 9-11 at the Cooper Union in New York City. Each spring, Left Forum convenes the largest gathering in North America of the US and international Left. Last year’s conference brought together 1500 participants, speakers, booksellers, and social movement organizations from across the globe for a dynamic three-day event. […]

IAB January Seminar

Ofir Frankel invites Euston Manifesto supporters to the International Advisory Board for Academic Freedom’s (IAB) January seminar at 16:00 local time on Tuesday 16 January 2006 at the Shimshon and Chana Feldman Congress Hall (building 301), Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan. The speaker will be Yale University’s Prof. Charles Asher Small, the title: Processes of Globalization: Impact […]

Debate: “The American Era: Why US Power And Primacy Are Desirable”

This Friday 10Nov06 from 14:00 to 17:00, Robert J. Lieber, Professor of Government and International Affairs at Georgetown University will speak to the title “The American Era: Why US power and primacy are desirable” at the Institute for the Study of the Americas at the School of Advanced Study, University of London. Michael Cox of the […]

Special screening: “The Road To Hell”—Saddam’s genocide

Labour Friends of Iraq, the Kurdistan Regional Government and the Foreign Policy Centre are showing this film on Wednesday 15th November from 6-8pm in the Boothroyd Room in Portcullis House. Veteran filmmaker Gwynne Roberts will speak after the film, which is to be shown on Channel 4 on 20th November. There will also be a Q&A […]

Conference: Mid East WMD-free zone

Dan Plesch at the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy at School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) writes to notify Euston Manifesto site readers of a conference in London UK next week about “The Middle East Weapons of Mass Destruction Free Zone”. This is jointly sponsored by the centre and Pugwash. Full details are […]

Progress Foreign Policy Seminar: 2020 VISION: Labour’s Future Challenges

Tom Brooks Pollock writes: After our largest-ever annual conference in September, Progress launches a new series of seminars which seek to continue the debate on the challenges of the next decade. The first event is: ‘Labour’s foreign policy: Is liberal interventionism dead?’ Professor Brian Brivati, Kingston University; Gary Kent, Labour Friends of Iraq; Denis MacShane MP; Gisela […]

Inaugural Meeting of City of London Fabians

The inaugural meeting of the City of London Fabians will take place on Thursday 19 October at the City University Club near Bank Tube Station. For further information please e-mail Richard Briggs, dearrichardbriggs.

Euston Meeting at Lib Dem Party conference

Oliver Kamm and Jon Pike will be speaking at a fringe meeting at the Hilton Metropole in Brighton on Weds 20Sep06 at 8pm.