The Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs will host a seminar with Martin Jacques, Visiting Senior Fellow at LSE IDEAS and visiting research fellow at the London School of Economics Asia Research Centre.

Martin  Jacques is currently a visiting senior fellow at the LSE IDEAS, a centre for the study of international affairs, diplomacy and grand strategy, and visiting research fellow at the London School of Economics Asia Research Centre. He has travelled extensively in East Asia over the past fifteen years, lived in Hong Kong for three years, and has recently been a visiting professor at Renmin University, Beijing, the International Centre for Chinese Studies, Aichi University and at Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, and a senior visiting research fellow  at the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore. Before that he was co‐founder  of the  UK think‐tank  Demos  and  editor of the highly influential journal Marxism Today until its closure  in  1991.  He has been a columnist  for  The  Times and  the Sunday Times and  deputy editor of the Independent and has written and presented many television programmes for the  BBC. He now writes a regular column for the Guardian. He is coeditor and coauthor of "The Forward March of Labour Halted?"(1981), "The Politics of Thatcherism" (1983), and "New  Times" (1989).

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