Chatham House books are renowned for original and innovative foreign-policy thinking by authors with an unrivalled level of expertise who are highly respected in their fields.

Most books are published through our Insights series. The series helps readers to develop a deeper understanding of the policy challenges and choices facing decision-makers.

Insights: Critical Thinking on International Affairs

Insights books provide new perspectives on an increasingly complex, uncertain and interconnected world. Concise, lively and authoritative, the Insights series explores a wide range of country, regional and international developments, within a global context.

Focusing on topical policy issues, such as health, security, economics, law and the environment, volumes in the series are written by leading experts – both academics and practitioners – to anticipate trends and illuminate new ideas and thinking.

The Insights series is published jointly with the Brookings Institution Press. The series editor is Caroline Soper.

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