Julie Bishop, Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, spoke today on her government’s regional partnerships, the Snowden revelations and Australia’s strong ties with the UK. Event audio.
As Crimea moves towards a 16 March referendum that has been condemned by Western leaders as illegitimate, Chatham House experts analyse the ongoing crisis in Ukraine: East or West?
An oil tanker flying a North Korean flag is a symbol of the power struggles occurring across Libya. Rebel group manoeuvres over oil could lead to renewed civil conflict, writes Amanda Kadlec.
The nominees for this year’s Chatham House Prize are Michelle Bachelet, Melinda Gates and, in a joint nomination, Baroness Valerie Amos and Lakhdar Brahimi. Further information.
As India heads to the polls from 7 April to 12 May, Gareth Price explains the leading parties and issues that will define 'the biggest organized human activity in the world'. Listen.
EU Home Affairs Commissioner Cecilia Malmström talks to the BBC's Nick Robinson about public attitudes to immigration and the principle of free movement of people in the EU. Video/Audio.
Julie Bishop, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Australian Government
Chair: Lord Michael Williams of Baglan, Distinguished Visiting Fellow and Acting Head, Asia Programme, Chatham House
General Sir Peter Wall GCB CBE ADC, Chief of the General Staff, British Army
Chair: Allan Mallinson, Defence Commentator and Author, The Making of the British Army
Neil Buckley, Eastern Europe Editor, Financial Times
John E Herbst, Director, Center for Complex Operations, National Defense University; US Ambassador to Ukraine (2003-06) (via video link)
Rt Hon Sir Roderic Lyne, Deputy Chairman, Chatham House; British Ambassador to Russia (2000-04)
Chair: James Nixey, Head, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House