London School of Economics

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Abbreviation LSE
Motto Rerum cognoscere causas
Type Public research university
Headquarters London, UK
Subgroups LSE/POLIS
Website http://www.lse.ac.uk/

The London School of Economics (LSE) is in London, UK.  

Alumni on Wikispooks

PersonBornDiedSummaryDescription
Elliott Abrams24 January 1948Deputy National Security Advisor for Global Democracy Strategy
National Security Council Senior Director for Near East and North African Affairs
National Security Council Senior Director for Democracy Human Rights and International Operations
Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs
Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy Human Rights and Labor
Assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations
Politician
Deep politician
A deep politician heavily involved in the Iran-Contra affair, given a pardon by George H. W. Bush
George Alogoskoufis17 October 1955Economist
Minister of the Economy and Finance
Anne Applebaum25 July 1964Journalist
Jonathan Bartley16 October 1971Politician
Leader of the Green Party of England and Wales
Geoffrey Bell1939Economist
Alan Blinder14 October 1945Economist
Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve
Frits Bolkestein4 April 1933Politician
European Commissioner for Internal Market and Services
Leader of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy
Parliamentary leader of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy in the House of Representatives of the Netherlands
Minister of Defence of the Netherlands
Undersecretary for Foreign Trade
Member of the House of Representatives of the Netherlands
Virginia Bottomley12 March 1948Secretary of State for Culture Media and Sport
Secretary of State for Digital Culture Media and Sport
Secretary of State for Health
Minister of State for Health
Member of Parliament (MP)
Shami Chakrabarti16 June 1969Lawyer
Shadow Attorney General
Director
Chancellor of the University of Essex
Known for being a long time director of Liberty, the UK civil liberties advocacy organisation, but with some interesting connections.
Michael Chertoff28 November 1953United States Secretary of Homeland Security
Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
Deep politician
Lawyer
Businessman
United States Attorney for the District of New Jersey
United States Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division
A long-standing US Republican Party apparatchik and dual US/Israeli citizen who has held senior US legal and national security positions.
Greg Clark28 August 1967Politician
Secretary of State for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy
President of the Board of Trade
Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government
Minister of State for Universities Science and Cities
Minister of State for Cities and Constitution
Financial Secretary to the Treasury
City Minister
Minister of State for Decentralisation
Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change
Member of Parliament for Tunbridge Wells
Arthur Cockfield28 September 19168 January 2007Civil servant
Politician
Businessman
European Commissioner for Internal Market and Services
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
President of the Board of Trade
Secretary of State for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy
Yvette Cooper20 March 1969Shadow Home Secretary
Shadow Foreign Secretary
Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities
Shadow Secretary of State for Social Security
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
Chief Secretary to the Treasury
Minister of State for Housing and Planning
Member of Parliament for Normanton Pontefract and Castleford
Member of Parliament for Normanton
Pontefract and Castleford
Home Affairs Select Committee/Chair
Chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee
Brendan CoxDirector of Policy and Advocacy, Save the Children
Special Adviser to the Prime Minister
Executive Director, Crisis Action
Senior Press Officer, Oxfam
Press and Parliamentary Officer, DrugScope
Jo Cox22 June 197416 June 2016Politician
Member of Parliament for Batley and Spen
Echoing Sweden's Anna Lindh, Jo Cox was killed in the run up to an [[EU Referendum |EU referendum]]. As in the case of Lindh, her murder appears not to have greatly influenced the outcome, and was officially carried out by a "lone nut".=
Andrew Coyne23 December 1960Journalist
Editor
Stella Creasy5 April 1977Member of Parliament for Walthamstow
Mayor of Waltham Forest
Politician
Martin van Creveld5 March 1946HistorianAn Israeli military historian and theorist.
Lauchlin Currie8 October 190223 December 1993
Mark CurtisAuthor
Ralf Dahrendorf1 May 192917 June 2009Sociologist
Philosopher
Politician
Member of House of Lords
Daniel P. Moynihan16 March 192726 March 2003Sociologist
Diplomat
United States Senator from New York
United States Ambassador to the United Nations
United States Ambassador to India
US Senate/Committee on Finance/Chair
US Senate/Committee on Environment and Public Works/Chair
Kemal Dervis10 January 1949Politician
Economist
Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme
Minister of Economic Affairs
Frank Dobson15 March 1940Secretary of State for Health
Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Shadow Secretary of State for Transport
Shadow Secretary of State for Employment
Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change
Shadow Leader of the House of Commons
Member of Parliament for Holborn and St. Pancras
David Evennett3 June 1949Politician
Lord Commissioner of HM Treasury
Minister for Sport and Tourism
Member of Parliament for Bexleyheath and Crayford
Member of Parliament for Erith and Crayford
Stanley Fischer15 October 1943Economist
Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve
Governor of the Bank of Israel
First Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund
Chief Economist of the World Bank
Adrian FortescueJune 1941August 2004Diplomat
Spook
Saif al-Islam Gaddafi25 June 1972Engineer
Philip Gould30 March 19506 November 2011Political adviser
Pollster
Marc Grossman23 September 1951United States Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan
Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs
Assistant Secretary of State for European and Canadian Affairs
United States Ambassador to Turkey
Stephen Haseler9 January 1942Academic
Jeremy Heywood31 December 1961Cabinet Secretary
Downing Street Permanent Secretary
Downing Street Chief of Staff
Principal Private Secretary to the Prime Minister
Head of the Home Civil Service
Margaret Hodge8 September 1944Tax avoider
Chair of the Public Accounts Committee
Minister of State for Culture and Tourism
Minister of State for Work
Minister of State for Children
Minister for Universities
Under-Secretary of State for Disabled People
Member of Parliament for Barking
Leader of Islington Borough Council
Tsai Ing-wen31 August 1956Politician
President of Taiwan
Leader of the Democratic Progressive Party
Vice Premier of the Republic of China
Member of the Legislative Yuan
Minister of the Mainland Affairs Council
Syed Kamall15 February 1967Chairman of the European Conservatives and Reformists
Leader of the Conservative Party in the European Parliament
Member of the European Parliament for London
Politician
A member of the European Parliament
Ruth Kelly9 May 1968Secretary of State for Transport
Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government
Minister for Women
Secretary of State for Education and Skills
Financial Secretary to the Treasury
Economic Secretary to the Treasury
Member of Parliament for Bolton West
Paul Klebnikov3 June 19639 July 2004Journalist
Historian
Ursula von der Leyen8 October 1958Secretary of State for Defence
Minister of Labour and Social Affairs
Minister of Family Affairs and Youth
Sarah Ludford14 March 1951Member of the European Parliament for London
Islington Borough Councillor for Clerkenwell Ward
Politician
A member of the European Parliament
Joseph Luns28 August 191117 July 2002Secretary General of NATO
Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs
Member of the House of Representatives
Foreign Affairs Minister of Israel
Politician
Ex Secretary General of NATO, Regular Bilderberger
Michael Manley10 December 19246 March 1997Politician
Prime Minister of Jamaica
Leader of the Opposition (United Kingdom)
Roy Mason18 April 192419 April 2015Politician
Shadow Minister of Agriculture Fisheries and Food
Shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
Secretary of State for Defence
Minister of Power
Minister for Defence Procurement
Minister of State for Trade and Investment
Member of Parliament for Barnsley Central
President of the Board of Trade
UK/Postmaster General
Postmaster General
Michael Meacher4 November 193921 October 2015Academic
Politician
Minister of State for the Environment
Shadow Minister for Environmental Protection
Shadow Secretary of State for Transport
Shadow Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
Shadow Minister for the Citizen's Charter
Shadow Minister for Overseas Development
Shadow Secretary of State for Social Security
Shadow Secretary of State for Employment
Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Social Services
Member of Parliament for Oldham West and Royton
Under-Secretary of State for Trade
Under-Secretary of State for Health and Social Security
Under-Secretary of State for Industry
Bill Morneau7 October 1962Politician
Minister of Finance
Member of the Canadian Parliament for Toronto Centre
Daniel Moynihan16 March 192726 March 2003United States Senator from New York
United States Ambassador to the United Nations
United States Ambassador to India
Sociologist
Diplomat
Counselor to the President
White House Urban Affairs Advisor
US Senate/Committee on Environment and Public Works/Chair
US Senate/Committee on Finance/Chair
Maajid Nawaaz2 November 1978Author
Activist
Politician
Kwame Nkrumah18 September 190927 April 1972President of Ghana
Chairman of the Organisation of African Unity
Prime Minister of Ghana
Prime Minister of the Gold Coast
Politician
Jorma Ollila15 August 1950Businessman
Peter Orszag16 December 1968Economist
Banker
Director of the Office of Management and Budget
Director of the Congressional Budget Office
George Papaconstantinou30 October 1961Economist
Minister of Environment Energy and Climate Change
Minister of Finance
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