2 Dec 2021
Aggestam on international peace monitoring in Hebron
Karin Aggestam has authored the contribution “Third-party Intervention and International Monitoring in the City of Hebron” in the report “The Impact of Third-Party Mechanisms in Co...
30 Nov 2021
Wilén and Strömbom on the military’s core roles
Nina Wilén and Lisa Strömbom have co-authored the article "A Versatile Organisation: Mapping the Military’s Core Roles in a Changing Security Environment" which was recently publis...
29 Nov 2021
Skovgaard on commitments to reform fossil fuel subsidies
Jakob Skovgaard has co-authored the article “Reforming fossil fuel subsidies requires a new approach to setting international commitments” in the journal One Earth. The article arg...
26 Nov 2021
Maiken Røed has defended her dissertation
Maiken Røed has defended her dissertation ”Interest Group Influence on Political Parties in Western Democracies”. The dissertation concerns interest groups’ influence on political ...
23 Nov 2021
Aggestam and Bergman Rosamond on peace and feminist foreign policy
Karin Aggestam and Annika Bergman Rosamond have co-authored the contribution “Peace and Feminist Foreign Policy” in The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Peace and Conflict Studies (editor...
22 Nov 2021
Polk on party positioning
Jonathan Polk and other principal investigators of the Chapel Hill Expert Survey on Party Positioning have published a new article on the trend file, collecting six waves of the su...
19 Nov 2021
Rickard Andersson has defended his dissertation
Rickard Andersson has defended his dissertation "Bridges, Walls, Doors: On Democracy and Nature". The dissertation is about the relation between humans and nature, and the connecti...
18 Nov 2021
Hedling on visual diplomacy in virtual summitry
Elsa Hedling has co-authored the article ”Visual diplomacy in virtual summitry: status signalling during the coronavirus crisis”, together with August Danielson (Uppsala university...
16 Nov 2021
Raphael Cohen-Almagor will be the holder of the 2023 Olof Palme visiting professorship
The visiting professorship is hosted by the Centre for Advanced Middle Eastern Studies and the Department of Political Science.
12 Nov 2021
The causal link between economic expectations and independence preferences
Independence referendums are often characterized by a polarized climate, with factions unable to agree on valence issues such as the economic consequences of independence. Are vote...
4 Nov 2021
Kristinsson on the Liberal International Order in East Asia
Thorsteinn Kristinsson has authored the article “Networks of order in East Asia: Beyond hegemonic theories of the Liberal International Order”, which has been published in the jour...
2 Nov 2021
Manners on the political psychology of emotion(al) norms in EU foreign policy
Ian Manners has authored the article “Political Psychology of Emotion(al) Norms in European Union Foreign Policy”, which has been published in a special issue from the journal Glob...
29 Oct 2021
Bramsen on agonistic interaction in practice
Isabel Bramsen has authored the article "Agonistic interaction in practice: laughing, dissensus and hegemony in the Northern Ireland Assembly”, which is available online (open acce...
28 Oct 2021
Bergman Rosamond and Hedling on Celebrity diplomacy during the Covid-19 pandemic
Annika Bergman Rosamond and Elsa Hedling have authored the article “Celebrity diplomacy during the Covid-19 pandemic? The chief state epidemiologist as ’the face of the Swedish exp...
25 Oct 2021
Bäck on legislative debates
Debates in legislatures are important for the functioning of representative democracy. What are the rules surrounding legislative debates in countries across the world, and are som...
12 Oct 2021
Wilén on security force assistance
How does security force assistance in fragile states develop in the field? How come that strategy often falls short when it comes to planning military assistance in fragile states?
8 Oct 2021
Bäck on attitudes toward immigration
What drives individuals’ attitudes toward immigration? Hanna Bäck has, together with med Adam Peresman and Royce Carroll analyzed this question in a large-scale representative surv...
4 Oct 2021
Bäck on the coalition governments in Western Europe
How do parties form coalition governments, how do they govern together, and why do some governments last longer than others?
1 Oct 2021
Bergman Rosamond’s article has been selected favourite by Review of International Studies, 2020-2021
Annika Bergman Rosamond’s article “NATO’s Strategic Narratives: Angelina Jolie and the alliance’s celebrity and visual turn” (co-authored with Katharine Wright, Newcastle Universit...
27 Sep 2021
Abdelmoez on Queer and Trans Feminisms in the Contemporary Arabic-Speaking World
Joel W. Abdelmoez has authored the book chapter “Deviants, Queers, or Scissoring Sisters of Men? Translating and Locating Queer and Trans Feminisms in the Contemporary Arabic-Speak...