International Governance

Chatham House research on international governance incorporates work on global governance and the rule of law.

It examines topics such as rising powers and the future of international law, the work of the United Nations, and international environmental governance.

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Research & Publications (62)
International Affairs

Russia’s Europe, 1991–2016: inferiority to superiority

International Affairs

Asymmetric parity: US–China relations in a multinodal world

Members of the Iraqi police forces stand next to their vehicle in front of damaged buildings in Fallujah on 28 June 2016. Photo: HAIDAR MOHAMMED ALI/AFP/Getty Images.
Chatham House Briefing

Promoting Compliance with International Humanitarian Law

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International Affairs

Normalizing US–Cuba relations: escaping the shackles of the past

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International Affairs

Engagement without recognition: the limits of diplomatic interaction with contested states

International Affairs

Old world, new world: the evolution and influence of foreign affairs think-tanks

International Affairs

Capitalism and the emergent world order

Chatham House/FRIDE Report

Empowering Europe’s Future: Governance, Power and Options for the EU in a Changing World

International Affairs

JFK and the future of global leadership

International Affairs

Britain and the British Antarctic Territory in the wider geopolitics of the Antarctic and the Southern Ocean

International Affairs

Emerging UK Arctic policy

International Affairs

Review article - A global–historical sociology of power: on Mann’s concluding volumes to The sources of social power

The World Today

Ready for a colder war

The World Today

Russia's muddled ambitions

The World Today

Artur Chilingarov: What’s China got to do with the Arctic?

The World Today

From the Editor

The World Today

Globalization of the Arctic is unstoppable

The World Today

The Kremlin is not just a one-man band

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Papers for conference: Power and Commerce in the Internet Age

International Affairs

The United States and rising powers in a post-hegemonic global order

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