This report from Chatham House considers the various political, institutional and organizational barriers to translating early warning of famine into early action to avert it, and makes recommendations for how these can be overcome.
This paper from Chatham House aims to map existing legal obligations as well as emerging norms that govern conflict minerals.
This paper from Chatham House highlights how the emphasis on ‘resilience’ has enhanced processes of militarization and securitization in cities.
This paper from Chatham House is part of a series on the exigencies and strategies for post-conflict security-building.
This paper from Chatham House aims to find out what constitutes good governance of the petroleum sector from a national perspective.
This paper from Chatham House explores the degree to which the underlying causes of the recent civil war have been tackled.
This paper from Chatham House investigates links between growing Indian commerce and potential for peace building in South Asia.
This report from Chatham House highlights the issue of Somali piracy and offers prescriptions on what needs to be done.
This paper from Chatham House sets out to look beyond the immediate causes and impacts of the global food price crisis of recent months, towards the medium and longer term.
This report from Chatham House examines the economic dimensions of regional conflict and cooperation in the Horn of Africa.