The academic community

Chatham House Online Archive connects students and teachers with the expert thinking in international affairs in the 20th and 21st centuries from the pens and lips of leading scholars, analysts, policy-makers and business leaders.  Scholars can use this multi-disciplinary resource as a tool to explore the shifting dynamics of regions over time and obtain unique access to the ‘behind the scenes’ insights of the major influencers and deal brokers of the 20th and 21st centuries. 

Chatham House Online Archive advances research and teaching in international studies across a number of different disciplines including:
20th century history International Relations
Development International Law
Diplomacy Security and Terrorism studies
International EconomicsWar and peace studies
Environment studiesArea studies

Chatham House Online Archive also helps prepare students to enter a variety of professions in roles such as policy analysts and advisers, journalists, campaign officers, leaders and advisers in international business, law, trade, diplomacy, charities and NGOs.