Have you ever wondered how Chatham House researchers approach the big ideas that become research? Do you enjoy meeting other Chatham House members and engaging with questions that open your mind? ‘Thinking Out Loud’ is a new event series from Chatham House. It invites a small group of members to a live, unscripted discussion with a Chatham House researcher. This in-person event is a way for researchers and members to think out loud to help shape ideas for future research.
James Nixey, Director of the Russia-Eurasia Programme at Chatham House will pose key questions about Russia:
- Is Russia open to diplomacy or is a robust, less compromising response the only way to stop Russia’s war on Ukraine?
- What is Russia’s view of the West?
- Is Russia really trying to unify the former Soviet Union?
Join this event to engage with other members on these critical questions. A short drinks reception will follow.
As there are limited spaces available for this event. Please ‘register interest’ via the button above. You will be notified by 5pm on Friday 11 March if you have been successful in securing a place.