Lse Government Department Hotseat

Synopsis

'The HotSeat' is the LSE Department of Government's video and podcast series which asks leading LSE experts important questions on the key issues in politics and government. To find out more visit - http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/government/hotseat/

Episodes

  • The Crisis in Greece [Audio]

    The Crisis in Greece [Audio]

    16/11/2011 Duration: 04min

    Contributor(s): Dr Daphne Halikiopoulou | Dr Daphne Halikiopoulou discusses the ongoing crisis in Greece.

  • Egypt, Syria, Palestine and the Arab Spring [Audio]

    Egypt, Syria, Palestine and the Arab Spring [Audio]

    12/10/2011 Duration: 24min

    Contributor(s): Dr John Chalcraft | Dr John Chalcraft discusses the impact of the Wave of Arab revolutions and civil uprisings on Egypt, Syria, and Palestine.

  • The London riots and their impact on the upcoming Olympics [Audio]

    The London riots and their impact on the upcoming Olympics [Audio]

    09/09/2011 Duration: 09min

    Contributor(s): Tony Travers | Professor Tony Travers discusses the recent London riots and their impact on the upcoming Olympics.

  • The Greek bailout and the future of the European Union [Audio]

    The Greek bailout and the future of the European Union [Audio]

    07/07/2011 Duration: 06min

    Contributor(s): Professor Simon Hix | Professor Simon Hix discusses the recent bailout of Greece and the future of the European Union.

  • What next for Al Qaeda after the death of Osama bin Laden? [Audio]

    What next for Al Qaeda after the death of Osama bin Laden? [Audio]

    19/05/2011 Duration: 11min

    Contributor(s): Professor John Sidel | Professor John Sidel discusses the future of Al Qaeda after the death of Osama bin Laden.

  • Multiculturalism in the 21st century [Audio]

    Multiculturalism in the 21st century [Audio]

    17/03/2011 Duration: 06min

    Contributor(s): Professor Chandran Kukathas | Professor Chandran Kukathas discusses multiculturalism in the 21st century.

  • The role of religion in the Egyptian revolution [Audio]

    The role of religion in the Egyptian revolution [Audio]

    11/02/2011 Duration: 12min

    Contributor(s): Professor John Sidel | Professor John Sidel discusses the role of religion in the Egyptian revolution.

  • The politics of Pakistan [Audio]

    The politics of Pakistan [Audio]

    13/01/2011 Duration: 08min

    Contributor(s): Dr Adnan Naseemullah | Dr Adnan Naseemullah discusses the politics of Pakistan in the wake of the assassination of Punjab Governor Salman Taseer.

  • The affinity of Liberalism and Conservatism in light of the UK Coalition Government [Audio]

    The affinity of Liberalism and Conservatism in light of the UK Coalition Government [Audio]

    10/12/2010 Duration: 06min

    Contributor(s): Professor Paul Kelly | Professor Paul Kelly discusses the affinity of Liberalism and Conservatism in light of the UK Coalition Government.

  • Ring fencing of development aid in the British Governments spending review [Audio]

    Ring fencing of development aid in the British Government's spending review [Audio]

    03/11/2010 Duration: 05min

    Contributor(s): Dr Nilima Gulrajani | Dr Nilima Gulrajani discusses the ring fencing of development aid in the British Governments spending review.

  • The election of Ed Miliband as leader of the Labour Party [Audio]

    The election of Ed Miliband as leader of the Labour Party [Audio]

    07/08/2010 Duration: 05min

    Contributor(s): Dr Jonathan Hopkin | Dr Jonathan Hopkin discusses the election of Ed Miliband as leader of the Labour Party.

  • Reduction of the British state [Audio]

    Reduction of the British state [Audio]

    01/07/2010 Duration: 06min

    Contributor(s): Dr Jonathan Hopkin | Dr Jonathan Hopkin discusses the reduction of the British state.

  • The prospects for the Conservative - Liberal Democrat coalition, and the future of the Labour party following the 2010 UK Elections [Audio]

    The prospects for the Conservative - Liberal Democrat coalition, and the future of the Labour party following the 2010 UK Elections [Audio]

    20/05/2010 Duration: 07min

    Contributor(s): Professor Paul Kelly | Paul Kelly discusses the prospects for the Conservative - Liberal Democrat coalition, and the future of the Labour party, post the UK Elections.

  • The possibility of a hung parliament in the forthcoming 2010 UK elections [Audio]

    The possibility of a hung parliament in the forthcoming 2010 UK elections [Audio]

    17/03/2010 Duration: 09min

    Contributor(s): Professor Patrick Dunleavy | Professor Patrick Dunleavy discusses the possibility of a hung parliament in the forthcoming UK elections.

  • The state of development in Haiti following the earthquake [Audio]

    The state of development in Haiti following the earthquake [Audio]

    12/02/2010 Duration: 09min

    Contributor(s): Dr Nilima Gulrajani | Dr Nilima Gulrajani discusses development in Haiti following the earthquake.

  • UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen [Audio]

    UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen [Audio]

    03/12/2009 Duration: 04min

    Contributor(s): Dr Stephanie Rickard | Dr Stephanie Rickard discusses the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.

  • The Pittsburgh G20 Summit (September 2009) [Audio]

    The Pittsburgh G20 Summit (September 2009) [Audio]

    30/09/2009 Duration: 12min

    Contributor(s): Professor David Held | Dr David Held discusses the September 2009 G20 summit in Pittsburgh.

  • The European Election results [Audio]

    The European Election results [Audio]

    19/06/2009 Duration: 06min

    Contributor(s): Professor Simon Hix | Professor Simon Hix discusses the European Election results.

  • The state of British Politics [Audio]

    The state of British Politics [Audio]

    13/05/2009 Duration: 06min

    Contributor(s): Dr Jonathan Hopkin | Dr Jonathan Hopkin discusses the state of British Politics.

  • The April 2009 London G20 Summit [Audio]

    The April 2009 London G20 Summit [Audio]

    02/04/2009 Duration: 08min

    Contributor(s): Professor David Held | Professor David Held discusses the April G20 Summit in London.

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