Chatham House circa 2016.

Chatham House circa 2016.


The US and the Americas Programme analyzes the US, Canada and Latin America in a global context.

Our in-house experts work together with a network of associate fellows in the US, Canada and Europe to analyze political, economic and social developments across North America and Latin America. Situated in London, we provide a unique perspective on the region. 



This digital initiative of the US and the Americas Programme focuses principally on research reflecting the changing international role of the United States. Building on the international reputation of Chatham House, the platform provides a unique perspective on the US and the region, showcasing bespoke and insightful commentary of leading experts across Chatham House and our international network.

Interested in other work undertaken by the US and the Americas Programme at Chatham House? Visit our webpages on the Chatham House website:

Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, is independent and owes no allegiance to any government or to any political body. It does not take institutional positions on policy issues.

As a world-leading policy institute, our mission is to help governments and societies build a sustainably secure, prosperous and just world.

Chatham House benefits from a wide range of philanthropic, research-related and membership support. This diversity of global support is critical to the independence of the institute.

To learn more about how Chatham House is funded, visit the institute's website:

Chatham House would like to thank the Stavros Niarchos Foundation for its generous support of this initiative, which has allowed for the creation and maintenance of this microsite.  

US and the Americas Programme
The Royal Institute of International Affairs,
Chatham House,
10 St James’s Square,
London SW1Y 4LE

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