The Council on Geostrategy organises private events in a variety of venues in London and elsewhere.
We welcome parliamentarians, senior government and military officials, diplomats, journalists, and members of the expert and academic communities, to discuss the most pressing geopolitical and environmental security issues.
Thursday 26th May 2022 | In person event
Geostrategy Breakfast Club – In Conversation with the Indian High Commissioner H.E. Gaitri Issar Kumar
The event will be headlined by our keynote speaker, H. E. Gaitri Issar Kumar. Kumar joined the India Foreign Service in 1986. After serving in several roles, including as the social secretary to the President of India in 2012, Kumar was appointed Ambassador to Belgium and the European Union on 14 June 2017. Since June 2020 she has been the High Commissioner of India to the United Kingdom.
The In and Out Club, 4 St James’s Square, London SW1Y 4JU
May 2022 | In person event
Roundtable discussion – The war in Ukraine and the future of European security
The Council on Geostrategy is delighted to host an exclusive closed-door roundtable discussion with the Foreign Minister of Lithuania Gabrielius Landsbergis to discuss “The war in Ukraine and the future of European security”.
Gabrielius Landsbergis is the Foreign Minister of Lithuania. He is also the Chairman of the Lithuanian Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats. He has had an extensive career in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania and the Chancellery of the President of Lithuania. He was a member of the European Parliament from 2014-2016 and has served in the Lithuanian Parliament since 2016. He has been Foreign Minister of Lithuania since December 2020. This closed door discussion will take place at the In and Out Club, St James’ Square, London.
12th July 2022 | In and Out Naval and Military Club
Geostrategy Breakfast Club – After the Integrated Review: The Future of the Royal Navy
The event will be headlined by our keynote speaker, R. Adm. Jude Terry who will address the subject of ‘After the Integrated Review: The Future of the Royal Navy’.
Jude Terry joined the Royal Navy in September 1997, having graduated from Dundee University with a BSc (Hons) degree in Anatomical Sciences. Selected for promotion to Commodore in December 2020, she completed 11 months as Deputy Director People in Navy Command Headquarters responsible for delivering the people capability for the Royal Navy. Selected for promotion to Rear Admiral she assumed the role of Director People and Training and Naval Secretary in January 2022.