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In the News

Each year Chatham House experts, speakers and publications contribute to around 3,000 interviews and articles in the national and international media. The list below is a short selection of contributions in recent days and weeks.
  • The Australian, 13 March 2014

    'It's actually meant to be fulfilling the Australian government's foreign policy objectives,' said Julie Bishop during an event at Chatham House.

  • Deutsche Welle, 13 March 2014

    'Abu Sahmain is allegedly aligned with Islamist camps within Libya,' said Amanda Kadlec.

  • The Daily Star (AFP), 13 March 2014

    'It's quite tragic that Ukraine is happening at this moment when Syria can ill-afford to have attention elsewhere but it is almost inevitable that the longer it goes on, the more people will be distracted and begin to view Syria as something that can't be fixed,' said Christopher Phillips.

  • Financial Times, 12 March 2014

    'Military manoeuvre capability . . . takes us generations to create and we may need it sooner than we think,' said Sir Peter Wall, chief of the general staff, at an event hosted by Chatham House.

  • The Australian, 12 March 2014

    Speaking at Chatham House, Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has called for greater transparency regarding China's military spending while admitting it's inevitable the Asian power will increasingly invest in Australia.

  • The Independent, 12 March 2014

    In a speech to Chatham House, he highlighted the Russian incursion into Crimea as 'a situation we did not foresee' that was 'confounding our previous assumptions about stability across Europe.'

  • The Telegraph, 12 March 2014

    A 'moral disarmament' in the West that has resulted in a reluctance to engage in conflicts will be exploited by Britain’s enemies, General Sir Peter Wall warned during a speech at Chatham House.

  • Al Arabiya, 12 March 2014

    In his speech to AIPAC, Netanyahu went to great lengths to project himself as a great proponent of peace in the face of a very tough and hostile neighbourhood, writes Yossi Mekelberg.

  • The New York Times, 11 March 2014

    While Obama's foreign policy strategy is a realistic one for the current environment, in failing to develop clear positions that are backed up by action, it has sacrificed influence, credibility and trust unnecessarily. It has pursued the right policy, but implemented it the wrong way, writes Xenia Dormandy.

  • The Guardian, 11 March 2014

    'Even if it [the referendum] were legitimate, the two choices presented to Crimean voters offer them no option for leaving Russian control. The restoration of this [1992] constitution would be a step towards notional independence under Russian control,' wrote Keir Giles.

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