Different approaches to cross-border data flows in major economies raises fundamental questions for international trade agreements. Oxford Global Society brings together analysts from the US, the EU, China and India to discuss this issue.
Seminar registration: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_FkNdE1vWRwS-BGg_6HohkA The 10 April 2023 marks the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement (GFA), which is responsible in large part for bringing peace in Northern Ireland. It was agreed when both the UK and Ireland were in the EU’s single market and Customs Union. Brexit has challenged that settlement. The Northern Ireland …
The purpose of Putney Debates 2023 is to examine claims, now much announced and seemingly widely shared, that democracy is in trouble and in danger of collapsing, not only in the more fragile and unstable nations, but in the ancient home grounds, including the United Kingdom and the United States.
Recently, a global de-dollarization campaign seems to be gaining momentum. Does it suggest the beginning of the collapse of the US dollar hegemony? The Oxford Global Society invites leading experts/observers from the world to discuss and examine this significant development and its implications.