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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).
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UI BriefAlla UI Brief
China, Europe and the New Power Competition over Technical Standards
Research This UI Brief explores how technical standardization is a source of economic, legal, political and discursive power in international relations, and summarizes China’s increasing standardization power. It includes a discussion of the implications for the EU, outlines various scenarios and makes policy recommendations for Europe.
From the Russian Constitution to Putin’s Constitution: Legal and Political Implications of the 2020 Constitutional Reform
Research In addition to the constitutional reform, 2020 has also been characterized by extensive amendments to Russia’s electoral law, which can only be understood in the context of the concurrent constitutional transformation. This brief describes the most significant amendments and analyses the consequences they are likely to have for future political developments.
Putin’s New Russia Following Constitutional Reform - The View from Kyiv
Research Russia’s recent domestic political changes and the new constitutional reform will not only have far-reaching implications for the Russian population. The changes will also have certain repercussions for Moscow’s stance on foreign affairs, above all its attitude to Ukraine and other post-Soviet states. What does Russia’s ongoing transmutation mean for Ukraine and for other post-Soviet states?
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Addressing Atrocity in Syria: New Challenges for Transitional Justice
Research By studying the war in Syria, this paper aim to contribute to the wider discussion on the role of transitional justice in societies transitioning from conflict, and specifically regarding how to understand and address continuities of violence across war and peace.
Circles of EU-India Engagement: How Member States Cooperate with India on Global Issues
Research Both the EU institutions and the member states have made a strategic choice: to deepen their relationships with India. This paper details how EU member states engage with India on global issues and India’s response.
What Do Swedes Think about China? Insights from an Extensive Survey of Swedish Public Opinion of China
Research Two-thirds of Swedes hold negative views of China while close to 80 percent distrust the country. These are the results of the comprehensive European public opinion survey that is presented in this report. Of the 13 European countries included in the survey, China’s public image is the most negative in Sweden.
Tracing Intersections of COVID-19: Gender, Water and Armed Conflicts
Research In disease outbreaks such as COVID-19, the situation is alarming for women and girls in fragile and conflict-affected states experiencing water scarcity. This paper highlights the gendered consequences of disease outbreaks in such states globally and explores how armed non-state actors are responding to COVID-19 in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
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Human Rights Violations in the Occupied Parts of Ukraine’s Donbas since 2014
Research This is the first publication in a series of UI Reports focusing on human rights and security in Eastern Europe. This report highlights human rights violations in the two self-proclaimed ‘republics’ in the Donbas (Donets Basin) region of Ukraine since April 2014.
Cooperation in the Post-Pandemic World
Research The Covid-19 crisis is affecting all sectors and all levels - from the individual citizen to our global and international institutions. The long-term impacts and consequences are also transboundary. This report captures some of the main trends, shaping the future needs of cooperation.