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John Nillson-Wright recognized as key player in Chatham House being named "Think-Tank of the Year"

last modified Nov 29, 2016 02:17 PM

Chatham House has been named Prospect magazine’s Think-Tank of the Year at a ceremony in the Houses of Parliament. The institute was also the winner in the UK categories for International Affairs and Energy and Environment. The quality, credibility and impact of Chatham House’s research was acknowledged for helping to create better understanding of key global phenomena at this critical time in world affairs. The judges commented that the institute’s work is ‘reliably excellent’ and a ‘gold standard of knowledge and professionalism’.

Specifically, the US and the Americas and Asia programmes’ joint report Asia-Pacific Power Balance: Beyond the US-China Narrative, by Xenia Wickett, John Nilsson-Wright and Tim Summers, was singled out for being an important resource to help explain the developing geopolitical relationship between the United States and China.

In addition to his role as Senior Research Fellow for Northeast Asia in the Asia Programme at Chatham House, Dr John Nilsson-Wright is a University Senior Lecturer in Modern Japanese Politics and International Relations at the Faculty of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies of the University of Cambridge. 

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