May 30, 2019
At least 420 million children globally – almost one in five children – are now affected by armed conflict. The nature of warfare is changing – with devastating impact on children.
At the See Me Safe Centenary Symposium, organised by Save the Children and Chatham House, experts and campaigners gathered to discuss...
May 23, 2019
To mark the 2019 European parliamentary elections the Undercurrents team speak to Elisabeth von Hammerstein, Programme Director for International Affairs at the Körber-Stiftung, about the political outlook in Germany.
They discuss among other things the rise of the far-right party Alternative für Deutschland,...
May 20, 2019
In a bonus episode of Undercurrents, Chatham House Director Robin Niblett travels to California to discuss the linkages between technology and international affairs with Casper Klynge, Denmark's Tech Ambassador.
This podcast is a collaboration with Techplomacy Talk. Listen to more from that series
May 16, 2019
Undercurrents returns with two new interviews this week; on life as a Chinese millennial, and how targeted attacks on infrastructure in the West Bank and Gaza affect the lives of civilians.
Karoline Kan, author of Under Red Skies, speaks to Agnes Frimston about being a second daughter under China’s one-child policy...
May 2, 2019
This week marks the anniversary of the adoption of UN Security Council Resolution 2286, which calls for the protection of healthcare workers in areas of conflict. Three years since its adoption medical professionals are some of the most targeted civilians in warzones across the world.
In this episode Ben discusses...