The historic city of York will play host to a meeting of minds. ©John Houlihan
The York Festival of Ideas begins on Thursday 12th June, bringing together the world’s leading authors, thinkers, economists and more for over 140 talks and debates on the theme of “order and chaos.”
Prospect will be in the thick of it all, with Managing Editor Jonathan Derbyshire chairing three events:
“The cross-roads of conflict: the world’s response to global crises” (12th June) will see former US assistant secretary of state James Rubin, award-winning Prospect writer and…
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