Americas

Chatham House research on the Americas concentrates predominantly on the changing role of the US in the world.

Projects in this region include work on the future of American power, the changing role of the US in Asia, US and European perspectives on common economic challenges, the foreign policy implications of the US energy revolution and global perceptions of the US among elites and the general public.

A major programmatic focus of this work for Chatham House is carried out by the US and Americas Programme and its projects.

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European Council President Donald Tusk speaks to US President Donald Trump as he welcomes him at EU headquarters in Brussels as part of a NATO meeting, 25 May 2017. Photo: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images.
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The Future of the United States and Europe: An Irreplaceable Partnership

International Affairs

Will Trump make China great again? The belt and road initiative and international order

Protesters critical of the recent election of Donald Trump as US president gather for a demonstration near the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany, on 12 November 2016. Photo: Carsten Koall/Getty Images.
Chatham House Report

Transatlantic Relations: Converging or Diverging?

International Affairs

Book review essay: Bored enough yet? International order, ideology, and what it takes to get history started again

International Affairs

Introduction: Ordering the world? Liberal internationalism in theory and practice

International Affairs

The end of liberal international order?

International Affairs

Liberal internationalism: historical trajectory and current prospects

International Affairs

Hegemony and inequality: Trump and the liberal playbook

International Affairs

The US–Chinese power shift and the end of the Pax Americana

International Affairs

US–China relations and the liberal world order: contending elites, colliding visions?

International Affairs

Trump, American hegemony and the future of the liberal international order

International Affairs

The US-led liberal order: imperialism by another name?

Entrepreneurs Virginia Santy (left) and Melanie Ulle at Women in Kind, a co-working space aimed at small businesses run by women in Denver, US. Photo by AAron Ontiveroz/The Denver Post via Getty Images
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Gender-smart Procurement: Policies for Driving Change

The World Today

Betrayed voters are hungry for real change

The World Today

President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia

US President Donald Trump speaks at Snap-On Tools in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on 18 April 2017, prior to signing the Buy American, Hire American Executive Order. Photo: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images.
Research paper

Trade Policy Under President Trump: Implications for the US and the World

International Affairs

The BRICS - merely a fable? Emerging power alliances in global trade governance

A Customs and Border Protection officer processes an incoming passenger at Newark Liberty International Airport. Photo: James Tourtellotte/United States Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection/Flickr.
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The US Visa Waiver Program: Facilitating Travel and Enhancing Security

The World Today

Life with the great disruptor

The World Today

The great currency swindle

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