Chatham House Online Archive offers users invaluable insights into the changing dynamics of the 20th-century world including the end of colonialism, the development of communism and the cold war, post-war reconstruction, the rise and collapse of ideologies and dictatorships, the integration of Europe, the changing nature of trade & the effects of globalization. The first module of Chatham House Online Archive is publications and meetings of the Royal Institute of International Affairs covers the years from 1920-1979.
Key Features: Transcripts of speeches/meetings given by key figures in international affairs. Audio recordings of meetings from 1966 onwards linked to transcripts. Faceted results list for a more intuitive drill-down experience. Subject indexing at article level to increase searchability by author, topic and region. Profile/biography of the authors and speakers. Linking between a speech/meeting transcript and related article in a journal publication - International Affairs or The World Today. Cross-search journal articles, reports, books, conference papers and Chatham House meetings to gain a comprehensive view of a topic or issue.
This is an indispensable tool for researchers and students of international relations, politics and law, diplomacy, security and terrorism studies, economics, environment, war and peace studies and 20th-century history, as well as for government ministries, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and corporations.
Expiry Date: 24-10-2018