Chatham House (London)

Chatham House (formally known as The Royal Institute of International Affairs) is a leading European foreign policy think-tank.


April 01

March 28

  • Egypt: The Politics of 'Normalisation' [analysis]

    'Draconian' and 'unprecedented' are some of the milder epithets being used to describe this week's death sentences passed on 529 defendants in the Egyptian city of Minya, following... Read more »

March 27

March 03

February 24

  • Uganda: Museveni's Populist Anti-Gay Gambit [analysis]

    Uganda's President Museveni approved a new law that imposes life sentences for homosexuality in defiance of opposition from international donors, with whom he has in any case not... Read more »

February 11

February 05

January 28

January 09

December 19, 2013

  • South Sudan: The Dangers of Tribalism [analysis]

    The violence in South Sudan this week suggests there could be worse times to come for the country. It will exacerbate the deep-rooted inter- and intra-tribal tensions that have... Read more »

December 18, 2013

December 10, 2013

  • Central African Republic: French Troops Now Face Delicate Task [analysis]

    The deployment of French and African troops to the Central African Republic (CAR) got off to a smooth start and met with a warm welcome on the streets - even though last night two... Read more »

December 06, 2013

  • South Africa: Mandela's Legacy [analysis]

    The impact of Nelson Mandela for Africa and the world was dramatic. No other African leader stands so tall, or has been so revered. Look at the special editions of newspapers... Read more »

  • South Africa: Nelson Mandela and His Regional Impact [analysis]

    To the last, Mandela was a symbol and unifying force not just for his countrymen but also for the wider region and the African continent. Read more »

December 05, 2013

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