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Mannergren Selimovic, J. (2015) Challenges of Postconflict Coexistence: Narrating Truth and Justice in a Bosnian Town. Political Psychology, 36(2), 231-242.
Bremberg, N. (2015) The European Union as Security Community-Building Institution: Venues, Networks and Co-operative Security Practices. Journal of Common Market Studies, 53(3), 674-692.
Hagström, L. (2015) The Sino-Japanese battle for soft power: pitfalls and promises. Global Affairs, First View, Forthcoming.
Mannergren Selimovic, J. & Björkdahl, A. (2015) Gendering Agency in Transitional Justice. Security Dialogue, 46(2), 165-182.
Lundborg, T. (2015) The limits of historical sociology: Temporal borders and the reproduction of the 'modern' political present. European Journal of International Relations, First View, Forthcoming.
Jonson, L. (2015). Art and Protest in Putin's Russia. Routledge.
Hagström, L. (2015) "The 'abnormal' state: Identity, norm/exception and Japan." European Journal of International Relations, 21(1), 122-145.
Oldberg, I. (2015) Kaliningrad's difficult plight between Moscow and Europe. UI Paper no. 2, February 2015.?xml:namespace>
Oldberg, I. (2015) Kaliningrad's difficult plight between Moscow and Europe. UI Paper no. 2, February 2015.
Lundgren, M. (2015) Peacemaking in Syria: Barriers and Opportunities. UI Brief no. 1, February 2015.
Andersson, J. J. (2015) "The Race to the Bottom. Submarine Proliferation and International Security" Naval War College Review, 68(1): 13-30.
Andersson, J. J., (2014) "Sweden", in "Supporting Democracy Abroad. An Assesment of Leading Powers", by Calingaert, D., Puddington, A. and Repucci, S. (eds), New York: Freedom House.
Andersson, J. J. (2015) "USA" in "Komparativ politik. Nio politiska system" by Anckar, C. & Denk, T. (eds.), Lund: Studentlitteratur. Carsten Anckar & Thomas Denk (Lund: Studentlitteratur, 2015).
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