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Chatham House Online
Archive:
Publications and Archives of the
Royal Institute of International Affairs
What is Chatham House?
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by Director, Robin Niblett
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“Chatham House: Independent
Thinking on International Affairs ”
Chatham House’s Council
The Rt Hon Sir Roderic Lyne Deputy Chairman, Diplomat. British Ambassador to the
Russian Federation from 2000 to 2004
Ed Smith, BA, FCA, FRSA Hon Treasurer ex-officio, former Global Assurance COO and
Strategy Chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers
theoffollowing
fields:
Dr Mohammed Abdel-Haq, foundingleaders
member from
and CEO
a Merchant
Bank in London.
diplomacy
Greg Baxter, Global Head of Mobile Strategy
at Citi
finance
Ryan Gawn, Director of Stratagem International,
a strategic political affairs consultancy
Martin Giles, US Technology Correspondentpolitical
for The Economist
based in Silicon Valley
analyst/strategists
Sir Jeremy Greenstock, Chairman - UN Association
in the UK and Gatehouse Advisory
technology
Partners Ltd
business
Sir Richard Lambert, Chancellor, University
of Warwick and was DG of CBI
education
Dr John Llewellyn, Partner in Llewellyn Consulting (economics of climate change)
environment
Bronwen Maddox, chief foreign commentator of The Times since 2006
international
affairs
Peter Montagnon, Senior Investment Adviser
on the Financial
Reporting Council
Alastair Newton, Senior Political Analyst atinvestment
Nomura International plc
journalism
Stuart Popham QC Chairman, Vice Chairman
EMEA Banking at Citigroup
Stuart Sinclair, has been an academic, international civil servant and CEO
Xan Smiley, Middle East and Africa editor of The Economist
Seth Thomas, Adviser to governments in Europe and Asia on financial efficiency
strategies, etc
Robert Woodthorpe Browne, reinsurance industry professional
Caroline Wyatt, BBC defence correspondent
Chatham House’s Senior Advisory Board
Chair: The Rt Hon Sir John Major KG, CH
Ayman Asfari, Group Chief Executive, Petrofac Ltd
Shumeet Banerji, Chief Executive Officer, Booz & Company
Lord Browne of Madingley, President, Royal Academy of Engineering; Chief Executive, BP
(1995-2007)
R. Nicholas Burns, Professor of the Practice of Diplomacy and International Politics, John F.
Chairmen
Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University;
Under Secretary of State for Political
Affairs, US Department of State (2005-08); US
Ambassador to NATO (2001-05)
CEOs
Victor Chu, Chairman, First Eastern Investment
Group, Hong Kong
Professors
Tim Clark, Senior Adviser to G3 and Fleming
Family & Partners
Ambassadors
Suzan Sabancı Dinçer, Chairman and Executive
Board Member, Akbank
Directors
Mary Francis CBE, Non-Executive Director, Centrica, Aviva plc and Cable and Wireless
Ex-government ministers
Communications plc; Director, Bank of England (2001-07)
James Gaggero, Chairman, Bland Group LtdCompany presidents
André Hoffmann, Vice-Chairman, Board of Roche Holding Ltd
Lord Hurd of Westwell, UK Foreign Secretary (1989-1995)
Lord Jay of Ewelme, Permanent Under-Secretary, Foreign Office (2002-06)
Sir Paul Judge, Chairman, Schroder Income Growth Fund plc; Deputy Chairman, Royal
Society of Arts
Dr DeAnne Julius CBE, Independent Non-Executive Director of Deloitte (UK), Roche
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Holdings SA (Switzerland), and Jones Lang LaSalle (USA
Chatham House’s Senior Advisory Board
Nemir Kirdar, Founder, Executive Chairman and CEO, Investcorp
Caio Koch-Weser, Vice Chairman, Deutsche Bank Group; Deputy Finance Minister for
Germany (1999-2005)
Marc Leland, President, Marc E Leland and Associates, USA; Co-Chairman, German
Marshall Fund of the United States
Rachel Lomax, Deputy Governor, Monetary Policy, the Bank of England (2003-08)
Sir David Manning, British Ambassador to the United States (2003-07); foreign affairs and
defence adviser to Prime Minister Tony Blair (2001-03)
Dame Judith Mayhew Jonas DBE, Chairman of the Independent Schools Council and The
New West End Company
Sir Michael Rake, Chairman, BT and EasyJet
Lord Robertson of Port Ellen, Secretary General, NATO (1999-2003)
Andrés Rozental, Former Mexican diplomat; founding president of the Mexican Council on
Foreign Relations; chairman of ArcelorMittal Mexico; non-resident senior fellow at the
Brookings Institution
Daniel Sachs, Chief Executive Officer, Proventus AB
John C Whitehead, Founding Chairman, Lower Manhattan Development Corporation,
USA; former Co-Chairman of Goldman Sachs
Chatham House’s Work
 Research
 Publications
 Events
Chatham House has top-level research teams
Africa
Americas
Asia
Energy, Environment and Development
Europe
Global Health Security
International Economics
International Law
International Security
Middle East and North Africa
Russia and Eurasia
“We undertake independent
and rigorous analysis with
the aim of setting the agenda
and shaping policy by
encouraging new ideas and
forward thinking in
international affairs”
Chatham House’s Work
Events
Each year Chatham House hosts some 100 public
meetings for its members and about 20 major
one- or two-day conferences enabling world
leaders and experts to share their views and
engage in discussion. A large number of these
speeches are recorded.
“[We are]... a melting pot that brings together people and organisations with an
interest in international affairs.
We provide an independent forum in which academia, business,
diplomats, the media, NGOs, politicians, policy makers and researchers
can interact in an open and impartial environment.
The widespread recognition of the Chatham House Rule as a byword
for free and frank debate is a reflection of our unique and nonaligned perspective.”
Robert Menzies
H.St John
as Attorney General Philby, former
of Australia
intelligence
officer
Prof Thorkil
Kristensen,
Danish
politician
Paul Henri
Spaak, Belgian
politician
Jacques SoustelleRobert Muldoon, as Emile Van
Denis Healey
French politician New Zealand
Lennep
British Defence
and anthropologistMinister of Finance SecretaryMinister
General of OECD
Robert
Schumann,
former PM of
France
Antoine Pinay
Former Prime
Minister of
France
Bishop Ambrose
Reeves, Bishop of
Johannesburg
Grigoire Gafencu,
Former Foreign
Minister of Romania
Who spoke at Chatham House 1920-1979?
Chatham House’s Work
 Publications
International Affairs, internationally renowned journal published six times a year
The World Today, monthly more journalistic magazine
British Yearbook of International Law, 1920-1967
Bulletin of International Affairs, 1925-1945
Survey of International Affairs, 1920-1963 and Documents of I.A. 1928-1963
Chatham House Reports
Chatham House Briefing Papers
Chatham House Pamphlets
Review of the Foreign Press, 1939-1945
Refugee Survey, 1939-1945
Survey of Commonwealth Affairs, 1931-1962 and Documents and Speeches of C.A.
Institute of Pacific Affairs conferences, 1926-1961
Books
What is in Module 1?
Meetings/Speeches, 1920-1979 with audio recordings from 1966
Journals International Affairs, 1920-1979
The World Today, 1945-1979
British Yearbook of International Law, 1920-1967
Bulletin of International Affairs, 1925-1945
Survey of International Affairs, 1920-1963
Documents of International Affairs, 1928-1963
Chatham House Reports, Briefing Papers and Pamphlets, 1920-1979
Chatham House Books/monographs, 1920-1979
Module 1: 1920-1979
Review of the Foreign Press, 1939-1945
Refugee Survey, 1939-1945
Survey of Commonwealth Affairs, 1931-1962
Documents and Speeches of Commonwealth Affairs, 1953
Institute of Pacific Relations Conferences, 1926-1950s
British Commonwealth Relations Conferences, 1933-1965
Pages: 390,000 approx
Minutes of audio: up to
70,000 (or 1166 hours)
Pub date: June and
December 2013
Marc Records will be
available
What is in Module 2?
Meetings/Speeches, 1980-2008 with audio recordings and
transcriptions
Journals: International Affairs, 1980-2008
The World Today, 1980-2008
Chatham House Reports, 1980-2008
Chatham House Briefing Papers, 1980-2008
Chatham House Pamphlets, 1980-2008
Chatham House Books/monographs, 1980-2008
Module 2: 1980-2008
Pages: 77,500 approx
Minutes of audio: up to
283,350 (or 4720 hours)
Pub date: Spring 2014
(tbc)
Marc Records will be
available
Example of a transcript created from a meeting audio
recording
Example of International Affairs
Example of The World Today
Example of British Yearbook of International Law
The British Yearbook of International Law is an essential
work of reference for academics and practising lawyers.
Through a mixture of articles and extended book reviews it
continues to provide indispensable analysis on important
developments in modern international law. In addition,
through its exhaustive coverage of decisions in UK courts
and official government statements, the British Yearbook of
International Law offers unique insight into the
development of state practice in the United Kingdom.
BYIL offers unique insight into the developing state
practice of the United Kingdom, through a comprehensive
collection of decisions in British courts and official
statements of the UK position on international law, and
features a collection of extended articles providing an
unrivalled overview of the latest scholarship on questions
facing international law.
Example of The Bulletin of International News
Example of Survey of International Affairs
Example of Documents of International Affairs
Example of Survey of British Commonwealth Affairs
NB these are just photocopies
Example of Review of the Foreign Press, 1939-1945
NB these are just photocopies
Example of Chatham House Reports
Confidential: For Sales Forecasts only
Example of Chatham House Pamphlets
Example of Books
What will Chatham House Online Archive look like?
What will it do?
Preview
Explore by region
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group:
• Australasia
Business and Trade
• Central
Communications
Asia
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• East
Energy,
AsiaEnvironment and Resources
• Russia
Health and Eurasia
Population
• North
International
Africa Economics, Finance and Investment
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• Central
International
and Southern
Law
Africa
and
• Europe
International Politics, Ideology and Diplomacy
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• Middle
International
East Security, War and Conflict
• North
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Nations and UN bodies
• South, Central America and West Indies
• Pacific Region
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Why is this of interest to my researchers and students?
For five years running Chatham House has been ranked top non-US think
tank in a comprehensive global survey
No.1 Think Tank Worldwide (Non-US)
No.2 Think Tank Worldwide (US and Non-US)
No.2 Top Security and International Affairs Think Tanks
— The Global 'Go-To Think Tanks', James G. McGann, University of
Pennsylvania, January 2012
Why is this of interest to my researchers and students?
High level analysis and research on almost
100 years of global events and issues as
well as ‘behind the doors’ insight into the
real ‘movers and shakers’, influencers and
deal brokers.
International Affairs, with its broad range
of subjects, is an international, growing
and well-funded subject area
This content is the
creme de la creme of
international affairs
knowledge and
expertise.
If a student only uses this
product to answer an
assignment, they will be
using the views and research
of only the top specialists in
the field.
For universities: serving departments across the
campus
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and Teaching
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A resource for a large number of communities
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