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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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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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It's the economy, Pöhkö: The 2023 Finnish election in the shadow of accession to NATO
Research When Finns went to the polls in April 2023, their country was on the cusp of completing a momentous reorientation of its security policy. Yet Finland's impending accession to the NATO alliance played little part in the campaign. Nor, despite international media interest in the prime minister, Sanna Marin, did the campaign revolve primarily around her. Rather, the customary issues of public debt, tax and public issues were central.
From market integration to security integration: Taking the next steps for European defence-industrial cooperation
Research This policy paper discusses how the war in Ukraine has started to transform and strengthen the role of the European Commission in European Union security and defence policy, in particular in the defenceindustrial domain. It also outlines the longterm ambitions of the EU and the European Commission in this area. Finally, it sets out some new ideas on EU defence cooperation.
Why migration diplomacy matters for the 2023 Greek and Turkish elections
Research Migration diplomacy is the strategic use of migration flows to extract political and economic concessions. This policy brief examines the influence of migration diplomacy on national elections in Greece and Turkey in the light of the 2015–16 European migration crisis and the 2020 Greek-Turkish border crisis.
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Myanmar’s civilian constitution process: challenges, opportunities, and international support for domestic transition
Research This report explores the constitution process currently being undertaken by Myanmar’s civilian governance actors. It outlines the formation of civilian governance structures and the constitution process, provides brief background on Myanmar’s previous constitutions and the reasons why constitutional reform is needed. The report assesses the potential for international support for the process and its political implications.
Could the G7 climate club work? Lessons learned from climate coalitions
Research The international climate negotiations are increasingly focusing on implementing the Paris Agreement and driving up ambition. At COP27 in Egypt a Mitigation Work Programme will be negotiated with the aim to close the emissions gap. At the same time, climate initiatives and coalitions have proliferated outside the UNFCCC in recent years. This year the G7 also decided to establish a climate club to accelerate climate action. This UI paper examines some lessons learned from climate coalitions and the implications of these for international climate cooperation in general, and the establishment of a climate club in particular.
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.
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Controlling critical technology in an age of geoeconomics: actors, tools, and scenarios
Research The world is witnessing an escalating great power rivalry surrounding critical technologies – such as quantum computing, semiconductors, and artificial intelligence. This report analyses how critical technology is protected in the Transatlantic region and assesses the resulting effects. The focus is placed on the US and the EU, examining three key geoeconomic instruments: export controls, investment screening, and domestic subsidies, all aimed at securing their critical technological base.
Taiwan, Sverige och synen på 'ett-Kina-politiken'
Forskning Denna studie beskriver hur Taiwans internationella status blev en världspolitisk fråga. Den redogör för Taiwans historia, förklarar centrala begrepp som ”ett-Kina-politiken”, och beskriver hur omvärldens tolkningar och förhållningssätt i frågor kopplade till Taiwan ser ut idag. Utöver detta redogörs för hur relationen mellan Sverige och Taiwan har utvecklats under de senaste årtiondena, vilket hittills inte tycks ha gjorts i någon allmänt tillgänglig text. Slutligen diskuteras vad den svenska regeringens position innebär för universitet, företag och andra som hanterar frågor kopplade till Taiwan och Kina.
The Asian Barometer 2022: Measuring the Swedish public’s views of China, India and Japan
Research The Asian Barometer 2022 reports on a first-of-its-kind survey of Swedish public opinion about major Asian countries. We collaborated with the National SOM survey to ask members of the Swedish public a range of questions about their views of China, India, and Japan. This found a mix of views regarding these major Asian nations, with generally positive views about Japan, both negative and more positive views about India and overwhelmingly negative views of China.