Tag: chatham house

  • Food and maritime choke points

    Food and energy security focusing minds. GCC exposed to food security risks from maritime choke points Josh Wood BEIRUT // The countries of the Middle East are among those most […]

  • Tackling Insecurity in West Africa’s Waters

    For the first time, piracy now affects more seafarers in West African waters than off Somalia’s coast, according to figures from the International Maritime Bureau released last week Tackling Insecurity […]

  • A New Era in Maritime Security?

    22 – 23 October 2012 Chatham House In a world of shifting powers and newly emboldened non-state actors, this conference will assess current economic, security and political risks to international […]

  • Djibouti’s Strategic Position in the Horn of Africa

    Chatham House – 11 July 2012 10.00 – 11.00 BST HE Ilyas Moussa Dawaleh will detail Djibouti’s plans for maintaining economic growth and increasing development, and will discuss his country’s […]

  • Security Threats to Kenya and East Africa

    This meeting is cancelled due to the sad passing of Minister Saitoti. For more information contact Africa Programme Coordinator Tighisti Amare. 20 June 2012 – 18.00 – 19.00 GMT Chatham House Food […]

  • Risk and Rewards

    Lloyd’s of London has published research by think-tank Chatham House into the “unprecedented and disruptive change” currently underway in the Arctic region and its implications for shipping, as well as […]

  • Maritime Choke Points

    Nominees Breakfast The threat of disruption to key maritime choke points in the global energy transport system could have significant implications for the global energy economy and makes confidence in […]

  • Somalia’s Future

    Transcript now available – Abdiweli Mohamed Ali Chatham House, February 2012 This is a transcript of a speech made by HE Dr Abdiweli Mohamed Ali, Prime Minister of Somalia, on […]

  • The Role of Seychelles in Counter-Piracy

    Transcripts of the speeches made at the Chatham House event on 21 February 2012 are now available. The Hon Joel Morgan, Minister for Home Affairs, Environment, Transport and Energy, Republic […]

  • Piracy Boosts Puntland Economy

    New research suggests piracy has led to widespread economic development in some parts of Somalia. The study, published by British think-tank Chatham House, looked at detailed satellite imagery. Regional centres […]