A new report argues cuts in defence spending and domestic priorities are likely to lead to a less militarily assertive role for the US in the Asia-Pacific and a rebalancing of strategic relationships.
As the international community looks for solutions to de-escalate the unrest in the eastern regions of Ukraine, follow the latest insight and analysis from Chatham House experts on the crisis.
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A new briefing suggests a fresh approach to improve relations between Eritrea and Ethiopia by pursuing individual engagement with both, rather than immediate discussions between the two countries.
The Afghan elections are potentially a milestone in the democratization of the country, but the international community must help to ensure that they result in a peaceful transfer of power.
The Academy for Leadership in International Affairs is now accepting applications for new Asfari Fellowships and the Turkey Fellowship. The deadline for applications is 1 June. More information.
Rime Allaf, Advisor to the President of the National Coalition of Syrian Revolution and Opposition Forces
Chair: Lord Michael Williams of Baglan, Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Chatham House
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