20 May 2022
Anders Uhlin on civil society activism and international organizations
Anders Uhlin has authored the chapter “Opening Up of International Organizations” that appears in the book "Beyond the Boomerang: From Transnational Advocacy Networks to Transcalar...
20 May 2022
Anders Uhlin on the European Economic and Social Committee
In a new article in European Societies, Anders Uhlin (together with Malin Arvidson) analyses the European Economic and Social Committee.
17 May 2022
Jönsson and Bengtsson in Routledge Handbook of Diplomacy and Statecraft
22 Apr 2022
Sarai-Anne Ikenze has defended her doctoral thesis
Today Sarai-Anne Ikenze succesfully defended her doctoral thesis ‘Policy Choices in African Structural Adjustment: An Exploration of Sectoral Continuity’, in which she descriptivel...
14 Apr 2022
Pacciardi and Berndtsson on the emergence of a ‘migration industry’
This article examines the emergence of a ‘migration industry’ as a result of European border externalisation and security outsourcing practices to curb migration flows from Libya. ...
11 Apr 2022
Bramsen on controversies regarding inclusion in peace processes
Isabel Bramsen just published a PRIO case brief, “Controversies of Inclusion in the Colombian Peace Process: The Balancing Act of Introducing New Norms and Gaining Popular Support”...
8 Apr 2022
More top-down management in Swedish leadership programs for civil society?
Niklas Altermark and Milka Ivanovska Hadjievska are co-authors of a new article on leadership training for civil society: Training leaders for the future? Leadership models for eme...
29 Mar 2022
Bramsen on dynamics and limits of diplomacy in Philippine peace talks
24 Mar 2022
Chronic crisis and nuclear disaster humanitarianism: The cases of Chernobyl and Fukushima
21 Mar 2022
Ted Svensson and Agnes Cornell on the introduction of merit reforms in nineteenth-century Britain
New article by Ted Svensson and Agnes Cornell on the introduction of merit reforms in nineteenth-century Britain and its possible colonial origins.
18 Mar 2022
Panel of experts on the Russian invasion of Ukraine
On March 9, 2022, a panel of Lund University experts considered: Why history matters to the invasion and conflict? What does the invasion mean for Putin’s Russia, Ukraine, and beyo...
17 Mar 2022
Bengtsson on the EU’s role self-conception in global affairs
11 Mar 2022
New article by Catarina Kinnvall and Ted Svensson on the dynamics of everyday populism
10 Mar 2022
Johan Matz on Arms exports and intelligence: the case of Sweden
10 Mar 2022
Hedling on the everyday making of EU foreign and security policy
Elsa Hedling has co-authored the book The Everyday Making of EU Foreign and Security Policy. Practices, Socialization and the Management of Dissent published Open Access by Edward ...
8 Mar 2022
Hansen and Jansson on Gender, Neoliberalism and the Swedish Welfare State
4 Mar 2022
Kalm, Boräng and Lindvall on migration and welfare
18 Feb 2022
Strömbom, Bramsen and Stein on how to analyze and understand agonistic principles in peace agreements
Lisa Strömbom, Isabel Bramsen and Anne Lene Stein have recently published the article "Agonistic peace agreements? Analytical tools and dilemmas" in Review of International Studies...
4 Feb 2022
Strömbom on recognition in peace processes
Lisa Strömbom has co-authored the article "Tracing Responses to Recognition in the Oslo Peace Process and Its Aftermath - the Interlinkage between Relational and Internal Ontologic...
28 Jan 2022
Are democracies up to the task of generating a large-scale sustainability transformation and sustain a liveable planet?
Thomas Hickmann has co-authored a new open access article in the journal Earth System Governance. The article presents the current state of knowledge on the relationship between de...