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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 Washington Post (Bloomberg), 2 April 2014

    'Corruption is not a burning issue in Turkey unless there’s a dramatic slowdown in the economy, and Turkey is experiencing an economic stagnation and not an economic meltdown. It has not slowed down to such an extent as to fully impact the individual incomes of the average Turkish voter,' said Fadi Hakura.

  • Reuters, 2 April 2014

    North Sea gas production will fall to 19 billion cubic metres (bcm) by 2030 from 108 bcm in 2000, Minister of State for Energy Michael Fallon said at a Chatham House event. 'Without shale we are forecasting we will be importing 70 per cent of our gas by 2025, which equates to a 10 billion pound per year import bill,' he added.

  • The Independent, 2 April 2014

    'l do not think anyone's done more... to damage the BNP than UKIP, and I am quite proud of that,' said Nigel Farage, speaking at Chatham House.

  • The Jerusalem Post, 2 April 2014

    Unlike most analysts, [Fadi] Hakura sees the election not as an overwhelming victory but as the beginning of Erdogan’s gradual decline, which corresponds with the economic downturn. 

  • BBC News, 1 April 2014

    'Edward Snowden's revelations about widespread surveillance by the US government have really had an impact on the public consciousness in terms of their understanding of the fact that anything they do online can potentailly be monitored,' says Caroline Baylon. (0:35)

  • BBC News, 1 April 2014

    'There is an increasing sense that everything you do online now is being monitored, or at least can be monitored, by either governments or corporations,' says Caroline Baylon.

  • Costing the Earth, BBC Radio 4, 1 April 2014

    'Across the board, unpredictable economic disruption is going to be happening,' says Cleo Paskal.

  • Newsnight, 1 April 2014

    'Hospitals amplify the transmission of this virus in a setting where practices are not what they should be,' Professor David Heymann tells Newsnight.

  • CNBC, 1 April 2014

    The leader of the UK Independence Party, who has spoken of his admiration for Putin and dislike of European Union actions in Ukraine in the past, clarified his position at an event at Chatham House.

  • The Guardian, 1 April 2014

    'The Muslim Brotherhood has a commitment to non-violence and their enemies are trying to create some kind of connection. In fact, the extremist groups in Egypt hate them because they opted for violence and the Brotherhood condemned it,' said Dr Maha Azzan.

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