Ansaru appears determined to drag foreign governments into an otherwise domestic conflict by kidnapping and killing foreigners, according to Sola Tayo.
A report by Chatham House... identified a considerable Islamophobic sentiment in the UK, detecting a 'wide reservoir of public sympathy for claims that Islam and the growth of settled, Muslim communities pose a fundamental threat to the native group and nation.'
It's not the end of the road for China-North Korea relations just yet, but it's clear there is considerable frustration and indeed disappointment in Beijing over Pyongyang’s recent behaviour, writes Shaun Breslin.
With the door still open, in principle, for dialogue and diplomatic negotiation (a route that China continues to advocate), there may still be an opportunity, albeit a rapidly diminishing one, for a negotiated settlement, writes John Swenson-Wright.
A survey by Chatham House has found that people attracted to groups such as the English Defence League (EDL) are more likely than average to be full time employed and come from a range of different professions.
People sympathising with the far-right group are mostly white-collar, managerial or skilled workers, [a] Chatham House [report] said.
Half the supporters of the far right English Defence League (EDL) are respectable managers and white collar workers, a report has revealed... The report by Chatham House warns ministers and those combating extremism need to reassess who they target.
To talk of Yemen's humanitarian crisis is to talk of politics. If any reminder were needed of that, it was delivered with sobering clarity at a gathering of Yemeni civil society representatives, NGOs and government ministers at Chatham House on Wednesday.
The WHO jumped in to name the disease before headline writers came up with something inappropriate or stigmatizing that might stick. They wanted something with an easy-to-say acronym like AIDS, says Dr David Heymann.
We are in that rather crucial period when oil seems to have been discovered in commercial quantities but hasn't yet started to be produced and this is when the Falklands Islands government must try and secure foreign investment to make that possible, says Professor Victor Bulmer-Thomas.
Illegal logging and the international trade in illegally logged timber are major problems for many timber-producing countries, particularly in the developing world, says Duncan Brack.
I am not sure that if the UK had been told that this is what it would cost, it would not have gone down a different road, said Antony Froggatt.
Withdrawing from the European arrest warrant would leave British police trying to fight crime 'to protect the British people with one hand tied behind their back', said Nick Clegg in a speech last year at Chatham House.
Jon Marks said after the gas plant attack, 'Like most of these Algerian groups he mixes criminality with ideology, with the balance on either aspect depending on the circumstances.'