Catherine Schenk, Professor of International Economic History at the University of Glasgow is in conversation with Iain MacNeil, Alexander Stone Chair of Commercial Law, School of Law at the University of Glasgow
International Affairs podcast – Professor David Hastings Dunn on shale gas and American power.
Senior Consulting Fellow Michael Keating speaks with Mark Bowden, Deputy Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Afghanistan as part of the project Afghanistan: Opportunities in Crisis. The project focuses on how Western governments can encourage and support stability in Afghanistan after 2014 around three priority issues: elections, reconciliation and development. More: http://cht.hm/1d2hsJL
Ambassador Michael Koch, Special Representative of Germany for Afghanistan and Pakistan, speaks to Michael Keating on the forthcoming elections. The video is part of the project Afghanistan: Opportunities in Crisis. More: http://cht.hm/1d2hsJL
Hillary Rodham Clinton, winner of the Chatham House Prize 2013, will visit Chatham House for a discussion moderated by Director Dr Robin Niblett.
Professor Doug Stokes on the European grand strategy, and Deputy Editor Sabine Wolf on the review article and book reviews.
This is the first report to offer practical recommendations that address the key challenges of governance, political commitment and market incentives from a GCC-wide perspective. It draws on the results of two years of research and workshops in the region, with representatives of over 60 local institutions with a critical interest in and influence over domestic energy.
- See more at: http://web1.chathamhouse.org/audio-resource/193913#sthash.kaIxXHrT.dpuf
Michael Keating talks with Professor Theo Farrell about his article (co-written with Antonio Giustozzi) The Taliban at war: inside the Helmand insurgency, 2004-2012. – See more at: http://web1.chathamhouse.org/audio-resource/193055#sthash.eKutpAFk.dpuf