27 January 2014

The World Today
Articles from the current issue are open-access. Cover Stories

1914-18: Legacy of the Great War

100 years of generals v politicians: from Ypres to Helmand

James de Waal, Visiting Fellow, Chatham House International Security Programme

Why we still flock to visit the Somme

Nicholas Bird, battlefield tour guide

Trench technology against gas attack which is still in use today

Dr Gabriel Moshenska, lecturer, Public Archaeology, UCL Institute of Archaeology

Suffragists who tried to stop the carnage

Helen Kay, Scottish branch of WILPF

Paying war's medical bill

Lt-Gen Louis Lillywhite, Surgeon-General of the British Armed Forces 2006-2009

Germany: historians are missing a big opportunity

Sönke Neitzel, Professor of International History, London School of Economics

India: a sacrifice that went unrecognized

Rahul Bedi, defence journalist, New Delhi

Ireland: from conflict to respect

Eamon Gilmore T.D., Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs & Trade, the Republic of Ireland

South Africa: troopship sinking lives on in memory

Albert Grundlingh, author and professor of History, Stellenbosch University

Caribbean: racism in the trenches

Richard Smith, author and lecturer in Media & Communications, Goldsmiths University of London

Chatham House, born from the ashes of war

Jason Naselli, Editorial & Project Coordinator, Chatham House

Bringing 'War Horse' to a Berlin theatre

John von Düffel, dramatist and writer

The audacity of a Pope

Paul Vallely, papal biographer

Dr Zbigniew Brzezinski on how to avoid a new Middle East explosion

Alan Philps

Learning the wrong lessons from the Three Gorges Dam

Michael Sheridan, Far East Correspondent, The Sunday Times
A tonic for democracy in 2014

Canvassing for ‘None of the above’

Anthony King, professor of government, University of Essex

USA: Let them have God and guns

Louis Michael Seidman, Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Constitutional Law, Georgetown University Law Center

Egypt: How the Brotherhood failed

Dr Hazem Kandil, author & lecturer
Chatham House Quiz

Test your knowledge of 2013


A Bayeux Tapestry for the Western Front

Alan Philps

A new profile of Steve Biko, father of Black Consciousness

Benjamin Pogrund,

A selection of Great War books


Japan’s sun is rising again

John Swenson-Wright, Senior Consulting Fellow, Asia Programme, Chatham House

Playing the game of nations


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