Accusations of vaccine nationalism are the latest flashpoints in what has been a febrile few years in the world of international diplomacy. But with three large international summits taking place in 2021; G7, CHOGM, and COP26, the need for effective international cooperation is more pressing than ever. Despite CHOGM's postponement since the completion of this issue, we look at these summits from a variety of angles, asking contributors from the very highest levels of international relations and diplomacy what their success means for the world. 

ROSL is pleased to announce Nisha Duggal as Artist-in-Residence in partnership with Riverley Primary School in Leyton, East London. Thanks to generous funding from The National Lottery Heritage Fund, Nisha will create original artworks in response to the heritage and communities of ROSL and the pupils and locality of Riverley, to be displayed at exhibition events in mid-July. 

With the Edinburgh Festival Fringe another casualty of Covid-19, ROSL has taken matters into its own hands and will instead be bringing its usual packed schedule of concerts to the clubhouse in London in 2021, so you can still can get your fix of the finest live music this August. 

Live concerts, book talks, panel discussions and more have been taken place at ROSL, here's your chance to watch them all again if you missed them first time around. 

It's great to see so many members out enjoying the ROSL garden and the new al fresco menu this week, but we're now only days away from the full re-opening of the clubhouse on Monday 17 May, which means members can enjoy all the benefits of membership once again! 

As part of our Summer in the City campaign, we want you to make the most of London! As well as our packages, we also want you to get out and see the sights, so why not hop in a black cab with a very special offer for members from Visit London Taxi Tours?