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The Royal Institute of International Affairs. Promoting independent thinking and hosting informed debate since 1920. All views individual not institutional.
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Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn represent very different ideas about Britain’s role: its foreign policy, its alliances, and indeed its idea of itself. examines both the Conservatives' and Labour's position on foreign policy ahead of
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‘When people face violence, persecution, deprivation and despair, nothing deters them from moving.’ On , watch Chief outline her agenda on equality and social justice, from Chatham House last month.
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Who Runs the Internet? The internet which was once widely viewed as a collective platform for limitless innovation, is now increasingly viewed as a consolidated environment dominated by a few. More info on tonight's event with here:
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‘When people face violence, persecution, deprivation and despair, nothing deters them from moving.’ On Human Rights Day, watch Chief outline her agenda on equality and social justice, from CH last month.
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Will the Scots take the lone road? There is no possibility of a quick, painless break between two countries so deeply intertwined – economically, industrially, legally, in employment, in family and friendships, writes John Lloyd ()
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Today, on we are launching the first findings from our Local Understandings, Expectations and Experiences Survey, during which over 5000 interviews were conducted across , as part of our Social Norms and Accountable Governance Project 1/4
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China is attempting to establish its own consensus in technology standard-setting for countries and companies to follow, says What's driving strategic competition between the US and China? Watch and outline their findings:
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Chatham House Dec 9
Britain's New Foreign Policy Divide A breakdown of foreign policy consensus means voters have a meaningful choice between two different visions of Britain’s place in the world, writes
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Chatham House Dec 9
'Air pollution kills 4.9 million people a year globally, and this includes people dying of cancer.’ 'It's a predominantly man-made situation, preventing air pollution presents an excellent opportunity to prevent cases of cancer' , Consultant in Medical Oncology
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Chatham House Dec 9
As parliamentary elections loom, the legitimacy of Iran’s regime has been shaken. The latest wave of protests highlights a fracturing social contract in the Islamic Republic, writes
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Chatham House Dec 6
US tariffs primarily targeted at China miss the mark and hit US allies, including the EU, says . What's really driving strategic competition between the US and China? Take a deep dive and watch and outline their findings:
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Chatham House Dec 6
How to build a sustainable world order As Chatham House approaches its centenary in 2020, Director and Council Chair Jim O’Neill argue in ’s that, to exercise power, elites will need to share more of it. Read here:
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Chatham House Dec 6
Hostile cyber operations are increasingly common. This paper analyzes the application of the sovereignty and non-intervention principles in relation to states’ cyber operations in another state below the threshold of the use of force.
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Leslie Vinjamuri Dec 5
A segment of my interview, concluding thoughts on the NATO Leaders Meeting ⁦
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Chatham House Dec 5
As parliamentary elections loom, the legitimacy of Iran’s regime has been shaken. The latest wave of protests highlights a fracturing social contract in the Islamic Republic, writes
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Chatham House Dec 5
'The most attractive destinations of all for illicit money are the US and the UK.' Global money-laundering is perhaps the definitive problem in need of cross-border, rules-based cooperation. The G7 should lead the way, writes
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Chatham House Dec 5
The current dispute between the US and China goes far beyond trade tariffs & tit-for-tat reprisals: the underlying driver is a race for global technological supremacy. Read the latest analysis on US–China Competition
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Chatham House Dec 5
Exploring the Looming Water Crisis 'There isn't a clear link between the presence of the population in some regions and the presence of water, in other words, water is not where we want it to be.' Loïc Fauchon () speaks to
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Chatham House Africa Dec 4
Policy towards under the new administration is yet to be fully defined, but its contours are already visible in the selection of commissioners and assignment of portfolios, write and Fergus Kell.
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Chatham House Dec 4
The NHS Is Not for Sale – But a US–UK Trade Deal Could Still Have an Impact examines what recently leaked documents mean – and do not mean – for healthcare in transatlantic trade negotiations.
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