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The World Today magazine
Presents authoritative analysis and commentary on current topics. Provides a vital background for experts, business planners, academics and those curious about the world we live in. Published six times a year. Free to Chatham House members.
A leading journal of international relations, committed to excellence in scholarship and combining policy relevance with an academic, in-depth analytical approach to contemporary world politics. Published six times a year. Free to Chatham House members.
Journal of Cyber Policy
Addresses emerging cyber policy challenges, which are growing in scope and urgency as the world becomes increasingly dependent on digital networks. Published twice a year, it places a strong emphasis on topics that are international in scope, and addresses both national and international challenges.
Reports, briefings and research papers
Chatham House reports are the result of in-depth research and offer policy recommendations. Briefings provide concise information on topical issues for policy-makers and others. Research papers cover a wide range of content, including research-in-progress, essays and detailed material for a specialist readership.
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Insights: A Chatham House Series on Critical Issues in International Affairs, is published in collaboration with Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. The first book in the series, Foreign Policy: Thinking Outside the Box is available now.
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