Rising Powers

Chatham House research on this topic explores how emerging powers interact economically and politically with globalization and international order.

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International Affairs

Review article: Understanding change and continuity in India’s foreign policy

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Securing China’s core interests: the state of the debate in China

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

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Assessing the danger of war: parallels and differences between Europe in 1914 and East Asia in 2014

Lofted view of London Bridge at dusk with motion blurred commuters and London bus, with the Shard in the background. Photo by Sean Randall/Getty Images.
Conference Report

The Chatham House London Conference 2014: Globalization and World Order

The World Today

Don't write Libya off yet

The World Today

How to stamp out corruption in the mining sector

Evidence to Parliament

The New Leadership in Beijing: Political and Economic Implications

The World Today

The rich life or the good life?

International Affairs

Introduction: negotiating the rise of new powers

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China and the global order: signalling threat or friendship?

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India rising: responsible to whom?

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

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Africa and the rising powers: bargaining for the 'marginalized many'

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Multinationals and NGOs amid a changing balance of power

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Rising powers and global governance: negotiating change in a resilient status quo

Iraq Ten Years On
Chatham House Report

Iraq Ten Years On

China's new leadership
Chatham House Briefing

China's New Leadership: Approaches to International Affairs

The World Today

Angelica Cheung, editor of Vogue China, on how the West has got Chinese fashion wrong

The World Today

Korea’s south bank show

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