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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.
  • Voice of America, 11 April 2014

    'It's true that they don't have the charisma of previous candidates that are well known by the population but maybe it's a good sign for the need to have the short-term balance between the military and the politics,' said Elisabete Azevedo-Harman.

  • Voice of America, 11 April 2014

    'The Russian economy is heavily dependent on energy. And so, if it no longer sees potential and economic benefit from supplying Ukraine gas at lower prices, then it will increase it [the price],' said Antony Froggatt.

  • Reuters, 11 April 2014

    Few African oil producers market and trade their own crude because it involves significant technical challenges. The ones that do are well-established producers, said Valérie Marcel

  • Prospect, 9 April 2014

    It is time to consider the implications of the inevitable conclusion that a two-state solution is now unlikely, despite the lack of a viable alternative other than continued conflict, writes Sir Tom Phillips.

  • Al Arabiya, 9 April 2014

    If the peace process is pronounced dead, it might spell the end of the two state solution as a viable option, writes Yossi Mekelberg.

  • Financial Times, 8 April 2014

    'The US will revive its commitment, but if European states don’t take this opportunity to rethink their defence spending, then I wonder the extent to which the US is going to be able to justify a robust presence in the future,' says Kathleen McInnis.

  • Voice of America, 8 April 2014

    'She is quite controversial and the difficulty with her candidacy is to project the hope of the future. In a way she belongs to the older generation of Ukrainian politics, something that in many minds is associated with the former corrupt regime,' said Orysia Lutsevych.

  • Voice of America, 8 April 2014

    'He became so popular during the recent protests because he was giving some kind of confidence in terms of his direct action, and also because he was not affiliated with the existing political parties,' said Orysia Lutsevych.

  • The Independent, 8 April 2014

    If an interim report card is needed on the Ukraine crisis, yesterday’s proclamation of a Donetsk People’s Republic will suffice, writes James Sherr.

  • The Washington Post, 7 April 2014

    'The potential is enormous. The resource is very large in the UK and in Europe,' Francis Egan, chief executive of Cuadrilla Resources, told an audience at Chatham House last week. 'That’s not to say we can get it out of the ground.'

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