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Annual Review 2021-22

Annual Review 2021-22
Other resource
11 July 2022
Explore highlights from our work over the past year, including research activities, events, and Next Generation initiatives.

Chair’s statement

The past 12 months have seen new levels of instability injected into international affairs. The consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, the continued fracturing of the international system and Russia’s war on Ukraine, which triggered the largest movement of refugees since the Second World War, have had severe impacts on trade, prices and people around the world.

Chatham House’s Russia and Eurasia Programme and its Ukraine Forum have advised allied governments on their response to the war on Ukraine, and secured the participation of Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy in the most watched event of the institute’s history.

The challenge now is to ensure Chatham House can bring together its diverse areas of research and oer influential ideas on how to respond to the uncertain future. Council has supported the push to define clear priorities for the institute’s work, and the launch of two new research …read more

Source:: Chatham House


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