As President Obama begins a tour of Asia, a new report argues cuts in defence spending and domestic priorities could lead to a less militarily assertive role for the US in the region.
While Boko Haram appears set to continue its rampage in the short term, Nigeria's new 'soft approach' to counter-terrorism is a much-needed step, writes Elizabeth Donnelly for The Guardian.
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.
While a confident China grasps the merits of engaging with its region, Russia's continued belligerence towards its neighbours is rooted in problems at home, writes Robin Niblett for CNN.
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 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.
Senzeni Zokwana, President, National Union of Mineworkers, South Africa
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