Join YPFP NY for the September installment of our monthly happy hour at Treehaus Mima in Hell's Kitchen from 6-7.30pm. Stick around because live music starts at 7.30pm!
Our monthly happy hours are a great opportunity to connect with like-minded people and to relax after a long day at work. Remember, you don't have to work directly in foreign policy to join us. Just come ready to drink, mingle and discuss the latest in world politics. Feel free to spread the word to friends and colleagues!
Drink specials will include $5 glasses of wine and beer and $1 oysters.
Anyone can come. Members and non-members should RSVP on Facebook.
Join YPFP London for a discussion on the current situation in North Korea and the international community's response. Our expert panel will be exploring this issue and it will be an amazing opportunity to discuss in depth the strategic, regional and economic implications of North Korea's nuclear ambitions. Speaking on our panel will be:
Tom Plant - Director of RUSI's Proliferation and Nuclear Policy programme. His research interests include nuclear deterrence, arms control, proliferation issues, and UK nuclear policy. He is also Director of the UK Project on Nuclear Issues (PONI), a young professionals network focusing on contemporary nuclear related issues.
Andrea Berger - Senior Research Associate and a Senior Program Manager for the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies. Her research interests include North Korea’s WMD programs, sanctions and export controls, countering proliferation finance, and nonproliferation and disarmament diplomacy.
Giulia Zino - Associate Director, Global Issues at Control Risks and currently manages a team of analysts providing political, security and integrity risks to businesses operating around the world. She was previously based in Singapore where she worked as the Senior Asia-Pacific Consultant examining the full range of geopolitical issues across the region.
This event is being hosted by Control Risks at their offices near London Bridge. Please RSVP as soon as possible as we need to provide advance numbers to the hosts. Please be advised that space is limited to respond quickly to guarantee a space!
The discussion will be followed by a drinks at a nearby pub (location TBC).
We look forward to seeing you there!
YPFP is delighted to bring back one of our most popular events, the YPFP Pub Quiz!
Our pub quiz is open to all so invite your friends and come join us at the Black Sheep for an evening filled with good food, drink, and company, and test out your foreign policy knowledge.
Grab four of your friends or knowledgeable acquaintances and come on down! Doors open at 19:00 and the quiz begins promptly at 19:30.
If you wish to join, please email the Membership Team at Brussels.firstname.lastname@example.org and include the following details:
- Names of the members of your team;
- Email addresses (specifying the designated contact person);
- Your team name (with a foreign policy theme - best name will win a prize) - maximum 5 people per team.
Don't have a team? No problem! Send us an email to register and we will place you on a team.
There are a limited number of slots available for this fun evening--and they fill up quick! So send us an email now!
On November 11, DC's NextGen foreign policy leaders will converge for an evening of live music, cocktails, and glamour. Don't miss YPFP's 10th Annual Affairs of State Gala & Fundraiser.
8:00 - 11:00 p.m. Saturday, November 11
Georgetown's City Tavern Club
Black Tie Attire
Open Bar & Hor d'oeuvres
Proceeds from the event will support YPFP, the premier global organization that amplifies the voices of NextGen foreign policy professionals.