2021all from 2021
The war in Libya: actors, agency and possible political settlements
Events This webinar hosted by UIs Middle East and North Africa Programme addressed the war in Libya, focusing on actors, agency and political settlements. The questions addressed were: how badly scarred is Libyan society, and can the foreign actors and the Libyan factions they support be enticed to negotiate an inclusive political settlement?
American Politics: The Future of the Democratic Party and Politics of the Biden-Harris Administration
Events What political reforms can we expect from the Biden-Harris administration? How is the Democratic Party doing after also gaining majorities in both chambers of Congress? To what an extent is there room for an internal discussion on the future of the Party?
2020all from 2020
Belarus Between Threats and Opportunities
On November 25, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya and UI's Ola Westerberg and Martin Kragh discussed the situation on Belarus in the webinar "Belarus Between Threats and Opportunities" hosted by the The Embassy of the Republic of Poland in the Kingdom of Sweden and the Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania in the Kingdom of Sweden.
Elections in Eastern Europe: What Paths Lie Ahead?
UI held a webinar on Georgia’s post-election political landscape. Givi Silagadze, Eto Buziashvili and Per Ekman discussed the upcoming Georgian election and its similarities and differences with recent elections in Belarus and Ukraine.
LGBTIQ Rights and International Actors
Events In contexts where the rights of LGBTIQ people are attacked by states, religious groups and transnational movements, how can governments and international actors responsibly and effectively support LGBTIQ activists in their struggle for equal rights?
The International Law Perspective on the Israel-Palestine Conflict
Events In this seminar, distinguished legal experts discussed and elaborated on the relevance of international law to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and what the legal assessment of the various political developments and initiatives would be.
2019all from 2019
2018All from 2018
Thieves in law: Russian organised crime
Events How has organised crime penetrated the country´s financial and political structures? Is the distinction clear between crime, politics and law enforcement or are these just different versions of each other? What does the future hold for the thieves in law?
2015All from 2015
Intelligent Foreign Policy: Panel 1.
Events On December 11 2015, the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI) together with the European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS), arranged a discussion on information exchange, early warning and sense-making for smarter EU action on the foreign policy arena.
2014All from 2014
Democracy and the Right to Know - The Role of Global Media
Events On December 1, 2014 the Right Livelihood Award Foundation and the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI) arranged a seminar with Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger, one of the 2014 Right Livelihood Award Laureates, and Peter Wolodarski, Dagens Nyheter editor-in-chief.