International Organizations

Chatham House research on international organizations explores international security and peacekeeping operations.

Topics include the work of the United Nations, the purpose and function of NATO, and the European Union and the eurozone, as well as the future for humanitarian aid and how NGOs can operate in dangerous conditions.

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Towards Warsaw and Beyond

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Humanitarians at War

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The Future of the EU and the Commonwealth

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Heads of States Immunities for International Crimes: Prospects for Consensus or Irreconcilable Impasse?

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United Nations at 70: International Law and the Achievement of UN Aims

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

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

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To be or not to be in Europe: is that the question? Britain’s European question and an in/out referendum

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Japan-NATO Relations: Assessing the Status Quo and Mapping the Future

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Europe’s democracy trilemma

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The African Union'€™s Role in Promoting Peace, Security and Stability: From Reaction to Prevention?

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‘Doing some things’ in the Xi Jinping era: the United Nations as China’s venue of choice

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Are you willing to be made nothing? Is Commonwealth reform possible?

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What does it mean to be neutral in Europe today?

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The UN and the African Union in Mali and beyond: a shotgun wedding?

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Not perfect but just good enough

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Even Germany's intellectual elite is falling out of love with the EU

Southeastern Europe: The Way Forward
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Southeastern Europe: The Road Forward

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Democratic Deficit: National Parliaments and the European Union

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UN Peacekeeping Operations in Africa: Change in 2013 and Priorities for 2014

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

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

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To be or not to be in Europe: is that the question? Britain’s European question and an in/out referendum

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Europe’s democracy trilemma

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‘Doing some things’ in the Xi Jinping era: the United Nations as China’s venue of choice

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Are you willing to be made nothing? Is Commonwealth reform possible?

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What does it mean to be neutral in Europe today?

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The UN and the African Union in Mali and beyond: a shotgun wedding?

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Not perfect but just good enough

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Even Germany's intellectual elite is falling out of love with the EU

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Chatham House, born from the ashes of war

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

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2013 G8 Broader Middle East and North Africa (BMENA) Initiative: Civil Society Workshops

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Review article - The intimate dance of diplomacy: in praise of practice

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Paths ahead for East Asia and Asia–Pacific regionalism

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African roles in the Libyan conflict of 2011

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Chinese Immigration into the EU: New Trends, Dynamics and Implications

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A decade of African Peace and Security Architecture

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BP bounces back in Russia

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Interview with Hans-Dietrich Genscher

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