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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 Sydney Morning Herald, 16 March 2014

    'Those citizens who were content with Crimea remaining part of Ukraine on the same basis as it has been for the last 20 years do not have a voice in this referendum,' said Keir Giles.

  • The Independent, 16 March 2014

    'Reconciliation efforts need to be stepped up once a new president is in place. Without a political settlement, the already massive human and economic cost of this conflict will increase,' said Michael Keating.

  • Bloomberg, 14 March 2014

    'The risk premium for companies investing in that market and maintaining operations there is going to be significantly higher,' said John Lough. 'Investors will ask hard questions about those risks.'

  • Reuters, 14 March 2014

    'I expect that as a result of the Ukraine crisis, the EU is going to look much more seriously at ways of diversifying away from Russian energy sources,' said John Lough.

  • Prospect, 14 March 2014

    The Russian president might not fear the West, or seek its approval, but his current imperialist policy is deeply flawed, writes James Sherr.

  • Bloomberg, 14 March 2014

    'It will be a very volatile weekend. I think a lot will depend on the stance Russia will take on the results of the referendum,' says Orysia Lutsevych.

  • ABC News, 14 March 2014

    'Even Russia has limits. The question is: are Russia's limits acceptable for the West, and are the West's red lines acceptable to Russia? And that does overlap, and that's where the problem lies; that's why it's so dangerous,' James Nixey tells ABC News.

  • The American Interest, 13 March 2014

    The record shows that while it would be a stretch to describe today’s Russia as fascist, there are elements in its bloodstream that should disqualify Moscow from so slandering others, writes Andrew Wood.

  • The Telegraph, 13 March 2014

    While Sir Peter did not specifically make reference to the current crisis in the Crimea in his speech to Chatham House, it was clear what he meant when he warned that the 'reticence' of war weary Western governments to undertake military action was sending the wrong message to future adversaries.

  • ABC News, 13 March 2014

    Speaking at a public forum at Chatham House in London, Ms Bishop said the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) is looking at alternatives to the broadcaster for promoting Australia in the Asia-Pacific region.

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