New Report: Cooperation in the Post-Pandemic World
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.
New report: Mapping out EU and South Korea relations
What is the perspective of key EU member states towards South Korea? This new report shows that there is a clear trend towards greater cooperation between key EU member states and South Korea, regardless of who is in power in South Korea. Björn Jerdén, head of the UI Asia programme, contributes to the report from The Institute for European Studies (IES).
New Report: The Nordics and the New European Security Architecture
UI Report This report investigates the increasingly dense European security architecture. It offers an overview of formats for cooperation and analyses what role they play for the Nordic countries Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark.
UI Brief: EU and India as Partners for Security in Africa
UI Brief The EU and India could look at a shared neighbourhood – Africa – where they would make an important contribution by supporting African capacity together, the new UI Brief suggests. In the areas of peace support operations, security on and off the coasts, and cyber security, both the EU and India have capabilities that if combined could make a difference.
New report: Europe in the face of US-China rivalry
News The European Think-tank Network on China (ETNC) has launched a report on the role of Europe in relation to the US and China, where analyses demonstrate how US unilateralism and Chinese assertiveness have triggered a rethinking of EU’s strategic landscape. Björn Jerdén, head of the UI Asia programme, focuses in a chapter on Sweden in the face of US-Chinese rivalry.