The Hoffmann Centre for Sustainable Resource Economy Launches at Chatham House
The Hoffmann Centre’s mission is to accelerate the uptake of smart policies, technologies and business models that will reshape the world’s demand for resources and transform the global economy. Find out more.
The Internet of Things Will Be Even More Vulnerable to Cyber Attacks
As more smart devices with weak or no security connect to the internet, the world will become more exposed to attacks like the ransomware that hit Britain’s NHS, writes Hannah Bryce.
Chatham House Report
Collective Action on Corruption in Nigeria
Anti-corruption efforts could be made significantly more effective through new ways of understanding why people engage in the practice, according to a major new report.
Planning for Post-Brexit Britain’s Place on the Global Stage
The UK’s decision to leave the EU will lead to a major recalibration of the country’s foreign policy, for which creative thinking must start now, write Georgina Wright and Richard Whitman.
Focus on Refugees Risks Neglecting the Internally Displaced
Concern for the plight of people who have sought sanctuary in other states has been matched by a neglect of those who are unable to leave their own countries and who are beyond the reach of aid agencies, writes Jeff Crisp.
Staying Connected: UK–EU Energy Cooperation After Brexit
Energy policy negotiations post-Brexit offer the UK and the EU an important opportunity to find common ground and develop new models of partnership which are imperative to the UK’s future, according to a new paper.
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A Taboo Still Surrounds the Legacy of Nuclear Testing
It’s time to start talking about the long-lasting effects of nuclear weapons tests, writes Beyza Unal.
Jeremy Corbyn on Labour's Defence and Foreign Policy Priorities
The leader of the Labour Party outlined the key national security and foreign policy positions upon which his party is contesting the UK general election.