Coming up at the Frontline Club: China’s energy pioneers, African Election and Tunisia and Egypt’s revolutions

Tonight’s event on counterinsurgency in the wake of the 9/11 is now fully booked. But there are still tickets available for September’s First Wednesday special where we will be discussing how 9/11 and the War on Terror has defined our world and will continue to shape the future.

Tomorrow evening we will be joined by photographer Toby Smith who has recently returned from China where he was documenting the fight against escalating energy and environmental problems for his project China’s New Energy Pioneers. 

An African Election on Friday reveals the political, economic and social struggle of the 2008 presidential election in Ghana as the country worked to prove the credibility of its democracy.

With all eyes currently on Libya, we will be bringing the focus back to the beginning of the Arab Spring in Tunisia and Egypt to assess how successful their revolutions have been and what challenges lie ahead for both countries.

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