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UI Briefs are short commentaries on international issues, events or trends related to UI's focus areas. They are written by UI staff, UI visiting researchers or other experts associated with UI. Each type of publication is subject to an in-house planning and approval process including quality control. They solely reflect the view of the author(s).
UI Papers are working papers and similar manuscripts reporting the results of research related to UI’s focus areas. UI Papers are written by UI researchers, visiting researchers, or other researchers wishing to publish with UI (authors are occasionally invited based on their international profile and research reputation). UI Papers enable researchers to publish and register the results of research projects fairly swiftly while retaining the rights to publish in other outlets if so desired. Research quality, readability, and relevance are the main criteria for publication. UI Papers may also include in-depth policy analyses, which are rigorously researched but less ambitious in terms of theory and scientific methodology. Each type of publication is subject to an in-house planning and approval process including quality control. They solely reflect the view of the author(s).
UI Reports are typically papers of a non-academic kind. They are written without the requirements typically placed on academic papers. The authors of UI Reports are experts in fields that are of interest to UI. The analysis presented in an UI Report covers aspects typically not covered by other UI publications. High-quality conference reports may also be published within the series UI Reports.
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Sweden’s Foreign and Security Policy in a Time of Flux
Research This policy brief looks at key Swedish foreign and security policy priorities in the Nordic, Europe and across the Atlantic, in a time of great instability and change. With the decision to apply for membership in NATO, Swedish security policy has undergone a complete reversal. At the same time, uncertainty remains regarding whether deeper engagement in the transatlantic, EU, and Nordic arenas can be unified into a single coherent Swedish foreign policy doctrine.
Denmark's Foreign and Security Policy: Perfecting the Balance Between an Atlantic, Nordic, and European Outlook
Forskning This policy brief reviews the ongoing shift in Denmark’s foreign and security policy in the light of the geopolitical turn in international politics. It places particular focus on Denmark’s role in NATO and in the Arctic region, as well as its relationship with the US, the EU and its Nordic neighbours.
Finland's Foreign and Security Policy: From Bridge-Building to the Core of the West
Forskning This UI Brief analyses central themes in Finnish foreign and security policy, playing out in the Arctic, Nordics, in Europe and across the Atlantic. The different themes are analysed against the background of the most serious security challenge since the end of WWII, following upon Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
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Local Initiatives: Factors in and Lessons for Sustainable Development
Research This paper reviews scholarly literature on local initiatives for sustainable development, exploring how such initiatives succeed and become part of a wider societal transformation towards sustainability. Five factors are highlighted: capacity and learning; flexibility and profitability; solidarity and autonomy, support and access, and networks. Drawing on these factors the paper emphasizes the importance of understanding the linkages between local initiatives and the outside world; that knowledge and different types of knowledge matter; and, that a holistic approach to sustainable development is of importance.
A Fatigued State: Exploring the Fragilities of the Afghan State
Research This paper aims to study in what sense, and to what extent, Afghanistan is a fragile state. It sheds light on different areas of the Afghan state and broadens the concept of state fragility, highlighting that there are endless differences both between and within fragile states.
Algeria’s Hirak Movement: A Second National Liberation?
Research This UI paper explores Algeria’s protest movement Hirak, which shook the Algerian state to its core in 2019. Building on interviews with 12 individual experts, activists and journalists engaged with the movement, it studies the mobilization, actors, and trajectories of the Hirak. The author provides policy recommendations for European stakeholders.
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Leveraging Science Diplomacy in an Era of Geo-Economic Rivalry: Towards a European strategy
Research Science diplomacy – activities at the intersection of science and foreign policy – is receiving increased attention, not least within the European Union. Research and innovation are at the pinnacle of great power rivalry and fuel states’ competition over markets, innovation, and influence. This strategy report sketches out what science diplomacy can do for European foreign policy and how the European Union can strengthen its role as a science diplomacy actor.
Achievements and Limitations of the OSCE ’s Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine
Research This is the third publication in a series of UI Reports focusing on human rights and security in Eastern Europe. This report aims to illustrate how Russian-Ukrainian conflict in the eastern Donbas has posed an especially complicated challenge to consensus-based intergovernmental institutions such as the OSCE.
Prisoners as Political Commodities in the Occupied Areas of the Donbas
Forskning This is the second publication in a series of UI Reports focusing on human rights and security in Eastern Europe. This report highlights the illegal detention of persons and the use and abuse of detainees by the Russia-supported pseudo-states in eastern Ukraine.