Past events include
The Aesthetic Subjects of Drone Warfare
Dr. Kyle Grayson, University of Newcastle
Preventing mass atrocities: What can we expect from the UN?
Edward Mortimer – a former chief speechwriter and director of communications to UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan
Changing Patterns of Diplomacy: Experiences in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Iraq and London
Mark Tokola – Minister Counsellor for Political Affairs and Head of Section for the Political Section at the United States Embassy, London.
Russia’s Foreign Policy Priorities in the Middle East
Denis Temnikov, First Secretary of the Embassy of the Russian Federation in London.
The United Nations Security Council – How it works in reality
Professor Anthony .Aust, Former Deputy Legal Adviser, Foreign & Commonwealth Office and Legal Adviser, United Kingdom Mission to the United Nations).
Professor Malcolm Evans OBE, UK member of the United Nations Sub-committee on the Prevention of Torture
Afghanistan: why we are there; what we are doing; and whether we can succeed
Major General Nick Pope, the Chief of Defence Staff’s Strategic Communications Officer and Ministry of Defence spokesman on military operations
The Relationship of the European Union and the United Nations: a Work in Progress
Lord David Hannay, Former UK Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the UN and member of UN Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Threat, Challenges and Change
The challenges of Multilateralism
Sir Emyr Jones-Parry, former UK Permanent representative to NATO and the UN Security Council.
International Criminal Law and the European Court of Human Rights
Professor William Schabas, Director of the Irish Centre for Human Rights at the National University of Ireland, Galway
Resolution of International Disputes by the United Nations – A Case Study of the Cameroon vs. Nigeria Dispute
Bayo Ojo, Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), member of the United Nations International Law Commission
Preventive Human Rights Strategies
Professor Bertram Ramcharan, former United Nations Acting Commissioner for Human Rights