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Chatham House

Chatham House is a world-leading policy institute, with a mission to help governments and societies build a sustainably secure, prosperous, and just world.

We deliver our mission through:

Dialogue: Engaging governments, the private sector, civil society and our members on the major issues in world politics.

Research: Rigorous analysis of critical challenges and opportunities.

Leadership: Training the next generation of policy influencers to deepen their knowledge and develop their skills.

On the XCEPT programme, Chatham House leads the research into Conflict Dynamics and Response.

Our team

Principal Investigator
Lina Khatib

Chatham House

 

Transnational Conflict Dynamics and Policy Responses

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Research Manager
Leah de Haan

Chatham House

 

Transnational Conflict Dynamics and Policy Responses

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Research Lead
Renad Mansour

Chatham House

 

Transnational Conflict Dynamics and Policy Responses

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Research Lead
Ahmed Soliman

Chatham House

 

Transnational Conflict Dynamics and Policy Responses

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Research Lead
Mohamed El Dahshan

Chatham House

 

Transnational Conflict Dynamics and Policy Responses

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Research Lead
Patricia Lewis

Chatham House

 

Transnational Conflict Dynamics and Policy Responses

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Research Lead
Tim Eaton

Chatham House

 

Transnational Conflict Dynamics and Policy Responses

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Our research

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8th June 2022

Poor infrastructure and even poorer governance is a critical part of the story of healthcare in Iraq, but so too is the complex issue of the movement ...

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1st December 2021

Ethiopia’s devastating civil war recently entered into its second year and, to achieve peace, both sides in the conflict need to accept some difficult...

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12th November 2021

As an entrenched military elite tries to protect extensive economic and political interests despite no public support, parts of the old regime are rea...

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20th October 2021

The Iran fuel shipment to Lebanon was significant not because of its size but because of what it signals about regional conflict.

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