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    Chatham House Primer: The Vote for Brexit

    Chatham House Primer: The Vote for Brexit

    Drawing on survey evidence collected over more than a decade, Matthew Goodwin explains why a majority of British voters decided to ignore much of the ...
    Chatham House Primer: Brexit

    Chatham House Primer: Brexit

    Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott outlines the legal requirements needed to realize Brexit explaining the steps necessary to separate the British and EU political ...
    Chatham House Primer: ‘Leaving on WTO Terms’

    Chatham House Primer: ‘Leaving on WTO Terms’

    Peter Ungphakorn, who spent 18 years of his career in the WTO Secretariat, explains the nature of WTO agreements and attempts to unpack their relevance ...
    Chatham House Primer: China’s Economy

    Chatham House Primer: China’s Economy

    Since undertaking economic reform in 1978, China has experienced the fastest sustained expansion by a major economy in history. Yukon Huang outlines how ...
    Chatham House Primer: The US Supreme Court

    Chatham House Primer: The US Supreme Court

    A few weeks before a presidential election that may determine the makeup of the US Supreme Court justices for decades to come, lawyer, broadcaster and ...
    Chatham House Primer: What is a Refugee?

    Chatham House Primer: What is a Refugee?

    Professor William Maley offered an introduction to the complex idea of 'the refugee', setting the current European crisis within the wider history of human exile ...
    Chatham House Primer: National Populism

    Chatham House Primer: National Populism

    In a number of countries traditionally seen as part of the democratic, liberal international order, public polling reflects a growing tranche of the electorate feel ...
    Chatham House Primer: Modern Authoritarianism

    Chatham House Primer: Modern Authoritarianism

    An authoritarian regime, broadly defined, is a form of government characterized by dominant central power and the subordination of individual rights and ...
    Chatham House Primer: The Future of Work

    Chatham House Primer: The Future of Work

    Richard and Daniel Susskind outline the main challenges that new technologies will pose for our existing conceptions of education, career and retirement.
    Chatham House Primer: Privacy and Big Data

    Chatham House Primer: Privacy and Big Data

    A rapidly growing proportion of human activities – professional, social and personal - are now mediated by digital devices and services. The users of these ...