Global Engagement With Africa Continued to Surge in 2018 (Chatham House)

How African leaders respond to this renewed attention will determine whether there is further continental political fragmentation or whether Africa develops its international voice.

Dr Alex Vines OBE

Managing Global Food Insecurity (Chatham House)

Carmel Cahill talks to Gitika Bhardwaj about how conflict, economic crisis, climate change and trade disputes have the potential to disrupt the global food system.

Carmel Cahill
Former Deputy Director, Trade and Agriculture Directorate, OECD

World politics 100 years after the Paris peace conference (Chatham House)

The first issue of the year reflects on the current state of world politics through the lens of the 1919 Paris peace conference.

Margaret MacMillan, Anand Menon and Patrick Quinton-Brown

China Can No Longer Afford an Indecisive Approach to Economic Reform (Chatham House)

Beijing’s muddled response to a tumultuous 2018 exposed the myths of an ultra-powerful president running an economy inexorably destined for unstoppable growth.

Dr Yu Jie (Cherry)

As Brexit Deadline Beckons, Few Signs of Change in British Attitudes (Chatham House)

People with Union Flag backpacks in Whitehall on 19 December. Photo: Getty Images.

People appear more pessimistic about the direction of Brexit, but there is little indication that Leave voters are giving up on the idea.

Professor Matthew Goodwin

China and the Future of the International Order – The Belt and Road Initiative (Chatham House)

Sam Geall, Associate Fellow, Energy, Environment and Resources, Chatham House
Harriet Moynihan, Associate Fellow, International Law Programme, Chatham House
Mimi Zou, Fangda Career Development Fellow in Chinese Commercial Law, University of Oxford
Bill Hayton, Associate Fellow, Asia-Pacific Programme, Chatham House