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Chatham House
The Royal Institute of International Affairs. 100 years of independent thinking, debate and analysis . All views individual not institutional.
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Chatham House Nov 27
Is the Biden presidency an opportunity or a threat to Israel? Biden cannot, and should not, live up to the Trump administration's standards of behaviour which prejudiced and compromised any chance of a meaningful peace process with the Palestinians, writes
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Chatham House Nov 27
Hopes that the pandemic would kill off populism in Europe were always optimistic, and the second wave is likely to definitively put an end to this idea. In reality, the economic consequences of the pandemic are fertile ground for populist forces, writes
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Chatham House Nov 27
China is often said to be pursuing ‘debt-trap diplomacy’ - luring developing countries into pursuing infrastructure projects so that, when they experience financial difficulty, Beijing can seize the asset. & find that evidence for such views is limited
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InternationalAffairs Nov 27
To mark 100 years of we've delved into our archives to bring you 100 significant articles. Explore the series here:
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Chatham House Nov 27
Pushback from the UAE over historic supply cuts brought in to offset the fallout from the pandemic comes at a delicate moment for OPEC, threatening the brittle coalition and an already weakened oil market. The UAE is not afraid to make bold and risky moves, writes
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Chatham House Nov 27
President Macron has called for the reform of Islam in France. The idea that reforming Islam is necessary to fight violent extremism not only misses the point about extremism and the nature of Islam itself but is in fact counterproductive to this very aim, writes
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Chatham House Asia-Pacific Nov 26
How should the UK & Japan respond to security challenges concerning ? Join us to discuss these increasingly important topics at our virtual conference Date: 10-11 Dec Register:
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Chatham House Nov 26
Can you imagine a world without fake news? 'We will have to adapt, if not become immune to it.' and explain how we can avoid drowning in an ocean of fake news and information manipulation
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Chatham House Nov 26
Historically, the focus of sustainable procurement has been on mitigating harm, rather than on doing good. Governments must adopt a new definition of sustainable procurement which proactively addresses human rights, diversity, health, and wellbeing, writes Thiago Uehara
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Chatham House Nov 26
Ahead of next week's OPEC summit, the UAE, Kuwait, and Iraq are all digging in their heels in a reluctance to rollover production cuts which have created winners and losers – with Saudi Arabia and Russia on top and the trio in the latter category. Read 's analysis:
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Chatham House Nov 26
'Research has shown that religious ideas play only a secondary role in driving violent extremism and that youth who join violent groups adopt radical religious ideas only after previous radicalization due to political and social conditions.' Read 's analysis
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Robin Niblett Nov 25
Chancellor says it’s hard to explain sustaining 0.7% GDP on foreign aid when British people face cuts in govt spending. But the PM was able to explain last week why spending more on defence is good for Britain. Aid and defence are two sides of the same coin for British security
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Chatham House Nov 25
As the evolution of climate policy sees carbon-neutral targets and climate taxes going more mainstream, the trade regime is being put under increasing pressure. Read full analysis by and Scott Vaughan
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Chatham House Nov 25
To prevent an economic and financial breakdown Turkey should emulate the reformist approach it adopted after the 2001 crisis, says Fadi Hakura
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Chatham House Nov 25
The theory that the pandemic would be bad for populists has not been tested yet in Europe, but Trump has shown that even a heavily-criticized response to COVID-19 does not necessarily lead to a sharp drop in support for populist politics. Read 's analysis:
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International Security Nov 25
✅The protection of NATO's C3 systems requires the adoption of adequate, adaptable & robust cybersecurity measures to ensure the integrity of these systems ➡️Read our paper on Ensuring Cyber Resilience in NATO's Command, Control & Communications Systems:
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Chatham House Nov 25
President Macron has called for the reform of Islam in France. The idea that reforming Islam is necessary to fight violent extremism not only misses the point about extremism and the nature of Islam itself but is in fact counterproductive to this very aim, writes
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Chatham House Nov 25
Anthony Blinken, Joe Biden's pick for US Secretary of State, covered a range of foreign policy issues in discussion with Chatham House in April. Listen back to the webinar to hear his positions on the pandemic, China, Russia, Iran and more:
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Chatham House Nov 24
How will a Biden presidency impact international efforts to tackle climate change? Tomorrow, panellists and Jacob Werksman discuss. This event is open to the public. Register to join the discussion:
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Chatham House Nov 24
Replying to @deray
Listen back to 's comments in full: Forum: Black Lives Matter Protests: Local Experiences of Mobilisation
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