Trump-Xi Meeting Shows Asia Is Moving Into a New Era
Whether by design or distraction, Donald Trump is reshaping America’s role and changing the geopolitical outlook of the region.
Libya’s Power Vacuum Risks Heightened Violence
The internationally recognized government wields little power and international support is fading. If nothing changes, further armed escalation is inevitable.
Professor Kerry Brown
Bluster Cannot Strip North Korea of Its Trump Card
The pariah state’s location and closeness to China will continue to be a barrier to unilateral US action.
For Germany, Brexit Is More About Politics Than Business
Assumptions that Germany will take a prominent role in the Brexit talks, and that this role will be shaped mainly by the interests of its powerful exporting companies, are flawed.
It Is No Longer Possible to Ignore the Threat of IEDs
The ongoing conflict in Mosul provides the latest devastating example of the impact of improvised explosive devices.
China Paves Its Way in New Areas of International Law
China is looking to increase its capacity and influence in international legal matters – and it is particularly in frontier areas of the law that China is likely to take a proactive stance.
Time to Honour Commitments to Armenian-Azerbaijani Peace
One year on from a major outbreak of violence, the Armenian-Azerbaijani peace process is again in peril. The international community can either hang back and wait for war, or opt for diplomatic shock therapy.
What to Know About the Protests in Belarus
Late March saw a heavy-handed government response and mass arrests at a series of protest rallies in Belarus. Keir Giles takes a closer look at what has been going on.
Dr Robin Niblett CMG
Article 50 and the Great Repeal Bill Are Only the Beginning
Chatham House Director Robin Niblett on the endless complexities of Brexit – and why the prime minister’s domestic battles could be as contentious as her negotiations with the EU during the next two years.
EU Citizens Back Their Leaders’ Negotiating Stance on Brexit
As Article 50 is formally triggered, new research shows that Europeans would not support compromising on the EU’s core principles.