The Rt Hon Lord Darling, former chancellor of the exchequer, examines issues presented by the pandemic within the wider uncertain international political and economic context.
A Chatham House Centenary edition of the weekly COVID-19 pandemic briefing with Professor David Heymann and Emma Ross examines what we have learned in the first six months of the pandemic.
Former secretary general of the United Nations, Ban Ki-Moon, considers how governance models can be made more inclusive to facilitate meaningful dialogues between local and international actors.
Malnutrition acts as a brake on the development of individuals, communities and economies around the world. This report is the first of its kind to reveal the hidden costs of malnutrition for business, and the extent to which these costs are recognized and addressed by multinational companies (MNCs).
What precisely is contact tracing and how does it fit in with a rigorous response? What does efficient case-finding and contact tracing look like?
Professor David Heymann CBE, Distinguished Fellow, Global Health Programme, Chatham House; Executive Director, Communicable Diseases Cluster, World Health Organization (1998-03)
Dr Oliver Morgan, Director, Health Emergency Information and Risk Assessment, World Health Organization (WHO) Emergencies Programme
Chair: Emma Ross, Senior Consulting Fellow, Global Health Programme, Chatham House
The panel considers how the US, UK and EU can contribute to a global response, and asks what a global response to the health and economic crisis in the developing world would look like.
Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, Chairman, SGO; Former Deputy Secretary-General and Chief of Staff, United Nations
Ambassador Elizabeth Cousens, President and CEO, United Nations Foundation
Ambassador Nicholas Burns, Roy and Barbara Goodman Family Professor of the Practice of Diplomacy and International Relations at the Harvard Kennedy School; US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, 2005 – 2008
Chair: Dr Leslie Vinjamuri, Director, US and the Americas Programme, Chatham House
Dr Elizabeth Pearson deconstructs the centrality of toxic masculinity to popular understandings of terrorism
Dr Elizabeth Pearson, Lecturer, Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law, Swansea University
Leah de Haan, Junior Editor, International Affairs, Chatham House
Responding to coronavirus has amplified the disparities between the five Central Asia countries. But no winners will emerge, as the real economic and social challenges remain ahead
Coronavirus caught the three South Caucasus states at varying levels of preparedness, and their differing responses will cause development trajectories to diverge even further
The United States and its allies must agree on an approach to China with a clarity of purpose, resolve, and restraint. Because the China challenge will only grow over time.
Professor Roland Paris