FP’s 2010 Global Thinkers gala in photos

Here are a few images from last night’s Top 100 Global Thinkers event at Washington’s Corcoran Gallery of Art. Our panel featured (from left to right) Brazilian Foreign Minsiter Celso Amorim, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, moderater Gwenn Ifill of PBS, U.S. Sen. John Kerry, and electric car entrepreneur Shai Agassi. Kerry speaks during the ...

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Jonathan Ernst for FP
Jonathan Ernst for FP

Here are a few images from last night's Top 100 Global Thinkers event at Washington's Corcoran Gallery of Art.

Our panel featured (from left to right) Brazilian Foreign Minsiter Celso Amorim, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, moderater Gwenn Ifill of PBS, U.S. Sen. John Kerry, and electric car entrepreneur Shai Agassi.

Here are a few images from last night’s Top 100 Global Thinkers event at Washington’s Corcoran Gallery of Art.

Our panel featured (from left to right) Brazilian Foreign Minsiter Celso Amorim, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, moderater Gwenn Ifill of PBS, U.S. Sen. John Kerry, and electric car entrepreneur Shai Agassi.

Kerry speaks during the panel discussion. “We [in the United States] are dragging our heels while the world is moving at a very accelerated rate,” Kerry told the audience.

Washington Post Company CEO Donald Graham and Foreign Policy Editor in Chief Susan Glasser present a special award to Amb. Richard Holbrooke, former managing editor of FP.

Holbrooke speaks with Amorim and Davutoglu following the panel.

Secretary of Energy Steven Chu.

Former Chilean president Michelle Bachelet.

Inventor Peter Scott demonstrates his revolutionary “rocket stove.”

Davutoglu jokes with New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman.

Were you at the event? Send us your photos and we’ll post the best ones here.

Joshua Keating was an associate editor at Foreign Policy  Twitter: @joshuakeating

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