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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).
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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?
Ukraine’s Far Right Today - Continuing Electoral Impotence and Growing Uncivil Society
Research Ukraine’s system of political parties has since the break-up of the Soviet Union in 1991 featured a small number of far-right political parties. How strong is the Ukrainian far right movement today? How has the movement performed in the recent Ukrainian elections and which role does the movement play in the Ukrainian civil society?
Korean Reunification - Can the Dream Be Realized?
Research This UI Brief analyses the prospects for Korean reunification and the problems that might be expected should reunification take place. Although the unprecedented pace of inter-Korean toplevel summitry in 2018 gave rise to new hopes of a united Korea, it points out that the fundamental obstacles to reunification remain.
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What Do Swedes Think about China? Insights from an Extensive Survey of Swedish Public Opinion of China
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.
Anatomy of the Iranian Economy
Research This paper examines the current economic picture to provide insights on the basic foundations of Iran’s economy. It sheds light on the key developments of recent decades in order to identify the main pillars on which economic performance relies, and assesses possible future trends.
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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.
The EU and Global Development Policy in Challenging Times
Research This report traces the evolution of the EU to become one of the world’s most prominent global development actors. Today, however, the European development policy is facing a number of challenges. The future EU development policy will have to address several different issues head on, alongside the ever-present threat of climate change.