Chatham House

Chatham House

Type NGO
Year founded 1920
Location London United Kingdom United Kingdom
Functions Advocacy, Research
Funding sources Individual citizens, Member funded
Tags international affairs
Summary The Institute, formerly called The Royal Institute of International Affairs, was renamed Chatham House in September 2004. It is a think tank and membership organization for individuals, corporations, governments, and NGOs and is precluded by its charter from expressing any institutional view or policy on any aspect of international affairs. The main aims of the Institute are to (1) stimulate research in political, business, security and other key issues in the international arena; (2) foster dialogue; and (3) influence policymakers.

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Chatham House · 20 September 2023 English

The US, the UK and other like-minded governments are disengaging from the Middle East and North Africa to focus on conflicts in other parts of the world where they see …

Chatham House · 19 September 2023 English

Until recently, understanding the nature and utility of offensive cyber operations from the perspective of individual states has been hampered by high levels of secrecy. This has hindered the development …

Chatham House · 14 September 2023 English

Both as a system of law and as a moral discourse, human rights have much to offer in tackling the compounding global challenges of our time – particularly economic inequality, …

Chatham House · 13 September 2023

Russia’s war is, first and foremost, a calamity for the people of Ukraine, with large parts of the population thrown into poverty and displacement. But both in Ukraine and around …

Chatham House · 13 September 2023 English

Russia’s war against Ukraine is, first and foremost, a calamity for the people of Ukraine. But both in Ukraine and around the world, the war is also increasing vulnerability to …

Chatham House · 8 September 2023 English

The civil war that raged between 2020 and 2022 in Ethiopia’s Tigray region and which spread to other regions of the country, including Amhara and Afar, will continue to have …

Chatham House · 4 September 2023 English

This has been a year of change for Chatham House, against the backdrop of a deteriorating international landscape and unprecedented turbulence in British politics. Everyone associated with Chatham House was …

Chatham House · 24 July 2023 English

China’s Politburo has long been dominated by economic technocrats, but a change in its overall composition confirms an important new direction in the policy intentions of the political leadership, with …

Chatham House · 6 July 2023 English

The international community has repeatedly failed to commit the funding necessary to address global health priorities. But the surge in donor funding for the international HIV response since 2000 has …

Chatham House · 5 July 2023

Chatham House has developed a set of questions inspired by so-called ‘Proust questionnaires’ – which look to reveal an interviewee’s beliefs.The questionnaire is designed to surface public and policy concerns …

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