June 2018

Global Security: Health, Science and Policy | June 21, 2018

Examining the utility and readiness of mobile and field transportable laboratories for biodefence and global health security-related purposes

Volume 3, Issue 1, December 2018, Page 1-13.

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Global Security: Health, Science and Policy | June 21, 2018

Examining the utility and readiness of mobile and field transportable laboratories for biodefence and global health security-related purposes

Volume 3, Issue 1, December 2018, Page 1-13.

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European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) | June 20, 2018

German government crisis

Mark Leonard speaks with Josef Janning, Silvia Francescon, Piotr Buras and Manuel Lafont Rapnouil about the major rift between German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her interior minister over migrant policy.…

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Diaspora Studies | June 17, 2018

Precarious work and precarious resistance: a case study of Zimbabwean migrant women workers in Johannesburg, South Africa

Volume 12, Issue 2, July 2019, Page 160-178.

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Chatham House | June 15, 2018

Global Trade Landscape Series: US Trade in an Age of Protectionism

In light of Donald Trump’s protectionist rhetoric, what does the future of US trade policy look like?

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Javnost – The Public | June 14, 2018

Corrigendum

Volume 28, Issue 4, December 2021, Page iii-iii.

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European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) | June 13, 2018

Trump-Kim summit: Has the West lost it?

Mark Leonard speaks with Professor Kishore Mahbubani about the talks between the US president and North Korea’s leader, its outcome and implications for the US’s future role in Asia. Bookshelf:…

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Chatham House | June 13, 2018

The Western Balkans Before the Berlin Process Summit

Ahead of the next Berlin Process Summit in London in July, the deputy foreign minister of Slovenia outlines his hopes for the future of the initiative.

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Diaspora Studies | June 12, 2018

From cultural showcases to public diplomacy agents: Basque-American festivals in the United States

Volume 12, Issue 2, July 2019, Page 193-209.

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European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) | June 11, 2018

Digital supremacy

Mark Leonard speaks with Ulrike Franke, Angela Stanzel and Andre Loesekrig-Pietri, about the international race to develop artificial intelligence. The podcast was recorded on 4 June 2018. Bookshelf: Mao -…

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USA Dept of Labor | June 8, 2018

Get Help with Living Expenses

Learn about federal government benefit programs for low income earners that can help pay for food, housing, healthcare, and other expenses.

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USA Dept of Labor | June 8, 2018

Recognize The Signs of Suicide and Find Help

Suicide is the second leading cause of death in people between the ages of 15 to 34 in the United States, according to a new study from the Centers for…

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From the Islamic State of Algeria to the Economic Caliphate of the Sahel: The Transformation of Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb | June 7, 2018

From the Islamic State of Algeria to the Economic Caliphate of the Sahel: The Transformation of Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb

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Chatham House | June 7, 2018

Religion and the State in India

Shashi Tharoor explores the complex relationship between religion and the state in India. In particular, he examines the rich and varied history of Hinduism in India, practised by more than…

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European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) | June 6, 2018

Is it the end of liberal world order?

The postwar liberal order has weakened whilst liberal democracy appears fragile and polarised. Mark Leonard speaks with Professor John Ikenberry from Princeton University about the decline of faith in democracy…

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Chatham House | June 6, 2018

Drugs and Organized Crime: The Challenges Facing Southeast Asia

Our panel examines the increasingly globalized nature of crime rings throughout southeast Asia.

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Chatham House | June 5, 2018

Chatham House Forum: Are Humans Psychologically Wired to Fight?

Mike Martin argues that morals, religions and ideologies, rather than causing violence, actually help in limiting warfare by facilitating humans to build larger social groups.

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Chatham House | June 5, 2018

Argentina: Political Change and the G20 Presidency

Chief of Cabinet Marcos Peña outlines the views of the Argentine government on the political and socio-economic outlook for the country and the region.

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Chatham House | June 4, 2018

Unfulfilled Ambitions: the State of Democracy in Africa

Professor Emmanuel Gyimah-Boadi, the executive director of Afrobarometer, discusses insights from his organization’s public attitude surveys on democracy, governance and society.

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Chatham House | June 4, 2018

Screening Room: This is Congo

This is Congo provides an immersive and unfiltered look into this enduring conflict and the reality of life for those surviving within it.

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Chatham House | June 1, 2018

Undercurrents: Episode 9 – Digital Subversion in Cyberspace, and Oleg Sentsov’s Hunger Strike

Ben meets Sir David Omand to discuss Russian interventions, fake news, foreign policy frenemies and jihadist social media. Agnes talks to Nikolay and Tatyana Shchur about the case of Oleg…

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