Europe

Chatham House research on Europe is focused on European Union institutions and the challenges of economics, climate change, energy and security in Europe.

Projects on Europe include the Chatham House-YouGov Survey and work on UK foreign policy, populist extremism, Turkey and European diplomacy.

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

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Turkey’s literary guerrilla

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Brexit’s threat to Northern Ireland

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Pondering Macron’s mojo

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Ireland, Northern Ireland and the EU

Simon Coveney. Photo: Chatham House.
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Facing Brexit: Ireland, Northern Ireland and the EU

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What Happens if the UK Leaves the EU without a Deal?

The well-built, sanitized housing at Pipka camp illustrates how a more humane approach to providing shelter for refugees can challenge established preconceptions. Photo: Chatham House.
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Making Refugee Aid Add Up in Greece

NGOs run a voluntary vaccination programme for young refugees in Athens. Photo via Getty Images.
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Integrating Refugees into the Greek Health System Will Benefit Both Newcomers and Their Hosts

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Berlin Launch - Europe's Future: What Do the Public and the Elite Really Think?

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Prospects for Political Stability and Economic Prosperity in Turkey: The View of the Opposition

International Affairs

Turkey’s post-2011 approach to its Syrian border and its implications for domestic politics

International Affairs

Book review essay: The Mediterranean and its migrants: porous policy for a porous border

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Book review essay: The paradoxes of ‘new’ Turkey: Islam, illiberal democracy and republicanism

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Vienna Launch - Europe's Future: What do the Public and the Elite Really Think?

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Budapest Launch - Europe's Future: What do the Public and the Elite Really Think?

Data centre for T-Systems, a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom. Photo by: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek/Getty Images
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Regulating the Data that Drive 21st-Century Economic Growth - The Looming Transatlantic Battle

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Global Britain: How Can the UK Stay Relevant on the World Stage?

David Davis and Michel Barnier shake hands as Brexit negotiations begin in Brussels. Photo: Getty Images.
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Britain's Key Task Is to Achieve a Soft Transition to a Hard Brexit

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Brussels Launch - Europe's Future: What Do the Public and the Elite Really Think?

Presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron meets employees of a Whirlpool factory in Amiens on 26 April 2017. The workers had been demonstrating against plans to relocate the factory to Poland. Photo: Nicolas Kovarik/IP3/Getty Images.
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The Future of Europe: Comparing Public and Elite Attitudes

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The World Today

NATO needs feet on the ground to curb Russian ambitions in the Baltic States

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Liberty, equality, fragility

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Reading list: Greece

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German-Israeli ties in 2015 and 1965: the difficult special relationship

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Review article: The Cambridge History of the First World War

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1950s: Protect Germany from itself

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Turkey’s isolated stance: an ally no more, or just the usual turbulence?

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Heading west? Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic path

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Review article: 'The tyranny of experts' and the denial of inconvenient truths

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The Budapest Memorandum and Russia’s intervention in Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin with other world leaders
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The false promise of continental concert: Russia, the West and the necessary balance of power

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The death of Europe? Continental fates after Ukraine

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Vicky Pryce on European responsibility for Greece's suffering

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Why a British referendum on EU membership will not solve the Europe question

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Scholarship and the ship of state: rethinking the Anglo-American strategic decline analogy

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Global multipolarity, European security and implications for UK grand strategy: back to the future, once again

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Complex security and strategic latency: the UK Strategic Defence and Security Review 2015

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From terrorism to ‘radicalization’ to ‘extremism’: counterterrorism imperative or loss of focus?

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Review article: The 100 billion dollar brain: central intelligence machinery in the UK and the US

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Policy Cooperation in the G20: The Role of Middle Powers and Proposals for the Turkish Presidency in 2015

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