The idea of 'lions led by donkeys' is an enduring myth of the First World War. But both the British and German armies adapted in different ways to the new realities of war, writes Robert Foley in International Affairs.
Julie Bishop, Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, speaks about 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?
British Army head General Sir Peter Wall discusses how the army’s new focus on 'defence engagement' with partners is designed to help prevent conflict and build regional security. Video/Audio.
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.
Davit Zalkaliani, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Georgia
Dr Anandi Mani, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Warwick
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