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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Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer campaigns in a Leave-voting area in Wales during the 2017 UK general election. Photo: Getty Images.
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Labour Faces the Need to Reconcile With Working Class Brexit Supporters

Emmanuel Macron reviews troops during a visit to a submarine base near Brest. Photo: Getty Images.
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For Macron, Security Holds the Key to Eurozone Reform

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has recognized the societal value of empowering women in the past. Photo: Getty Images.
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For the UK, a Feminist Foreign Policy Is Both the Right Thing to Do and Smart Strategy

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

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

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

A balloon floats away from a 'Yes' rally for constitutional change on 8 April in Istanbul. Photo: Getty Images.
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The Turkish Economy Is Struggling with Political Volatility

The House of Commons Chamber. Photo: Getty Images.
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UK Election Result May Lead to a More Democratic and Accountable Brexit

Theresa May arrives for a televised campaign interview. Photo: Getty Images.
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Britain’s Narrowing Polls Throw the Unwritten Laws of Politics into Question

Newly elected French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel meet in Berlin. Photo: Getty Images.
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Five Ways for Europe to Set a Course Towards Progress and Growth

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How Much Will Brexit Cost?

Art installation 'The Globe' at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Photo: Getty Images.
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Planning for Post-Brexit Britain’s Place on the Global Stage

7 May: Emmanuel Macron addresses supporters in Paris after winning the presidential election. Photo: Getty Images.
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What Does Emmanuel Macron’s Victory Mean for Europe and for Brexit?

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Lord Ricketts on Emmanuel Macron and the Future of Europe

21 April: A pedestrian walks past official campaign posters in Paris. Photo: Getty Images.
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Elections Are the New Battleground of International Politics

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Theresa May’s Snap Election Isn’t All About Brexit

Angela Merkel at an EU summit in February. Photo: Getty Images.
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For Germany, Brexit Is More About Politics Than Business

Theresa May signs the official letter invoking Article 50 in London. Photo by Christopher Furlong/WPA Pool/Getty Images.
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Article 50 and the Great Repeal Bill Are Only the Beginning

March in support of the EU in Frankfurt on 26 March. Photo: Michael Debets/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images.
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EU Citizens Back Their Leaders’ Negotiating Stance on Brexit

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