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2021Alla evenemang 2021
Socioeconomic Drivers of Protests in the MENA Region
Evenemang The Middle East and North Africa Programme at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs hosted a webinar analysing socio-economic drivers of protests in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region focusing on the contexts of Tunisia, Algeria and Lebanon.
The Rise of Japan’s Gender Diplomacy and Gender Diplomats
Evenemang Japanese women are becoming the face of Japan overseas. They show demonstrable measures in climbing the professional rank in international organizations such as the United Nations, where they find liberation from the social pressures that persist at home. Will Japan’s global leadership be determined by its most underutilized native resource?
The Ethics of Affect: Lines and Life in a Tokyo Neighborhood
Evenemang In the 94th Stockholm Seminar on Japan, Patrick W. Galbraith presented his new book: The Ethics of Affect: Lines and Life in a Tokyo Neighborhood. This book examines how manga/anime-style characters trigger affect in interactions and relations with their creators and users, who draw and negotiate lines between fiction and reality.
Germany: Foreign Policy After the Election
Evenemang September 26th will see a German federal election which also marks the end of Angela Merkel’s 16 years chancellorship. During her time in office, events such as the Arab spring, the Euro crisis, Brexit, the Trump presidency, and the rise of China have challenged long traditions of German EU- and foreign policy.
Culture and Democracy in the Baltic Sea Region
Evenemang With the aim to inspire and encourage cultural actors to lead the way towards sustainable, resilient democracies in our region, the Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS), the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI) and the Swedish Institute (SI) organized a livestreamed roundtable discussion on September 12.
COP26: Stepping up climate action?
Evenemang The pandemic forced most large international meetings to be postponed from 2020 to 2021, including the pivotal COP26. Now, after a year and a half of lock downs and economic recession with only months left until the conference: is the world ready to step up ambition and climate action?
Almedalen: Relationerna mellan EU och Ryssland, och hur det påverkar Sverige
Evenemang I det här webbinariet samlade Utrikespolitiska institutet och Utrikespolitiska förbundet svensk expertis för att reda ut hur relationerna mellan EU och Ryssland ser ut i nuläget, och hur det påverkar Sverige.
2020Alla evenemang 2020
Vad vill Sverige göra som ordförande i OSSE?
Evenemang Sverige tillträder som ordförandeland i OSSE från och med 1 januari 2021. Organisationen syftar till att stärka förtroende och samarbete mellan deltagarstaterna för att förebygga konflikter men också verka för konfliktlösning i de fall då kriser uppstått.
Why Japan Matters: Business Reinvention and Technology Leadership in the Digital Economy
Evenemang Japanese companies are re-emerging as major players in the new digital economy. They have responded to the rise of China and new global competition by moving upstream into advanced components and materials. This new strategy has made Japan the technology anchor for many global supply chains and the country will be an important player in the digital transformation. How has this reinvention occurred and in what ways have Japan’s societal preferences for stability affected the process?
LGBTIQ rights and international actors: perspectives from activism, politics and research
Evenemang 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?
Hanating 2020 The Future of Nordic Cooperation in Foreign and Security Policy
Evenemang The military cooperation between Sweden and Finland is often highlighted as exemplary while less attention is paid to the civil cooperation in societal security and civil defence as conducted and planned at present already. At the same time, we stand on the threshold of a new and changed threat that requires new cross-border cooperation in societal security as can be clearly seen not least in the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
2019Alla evenemang 2019
Behind the headlines: The protests in Hong Kong
Evenemang Ignited by an extradition bill that would have allowed criminal suspects to be extradited to mainland China, protests have been carried out in Hong Kong since this summer, rallying hundreds of thousands of people. Although the bill has been withdrawn, the protests have continued until this day. What do the protesters aim for, and what are the underlying reasons for the demonstrations?
2018Alla evenemang 2018
Order in and beyond Europe
Evenemang The liberal democratic norms in Europe are currently under stress. On a global level the norms, institutions and practices that make up the liberal world order are also increasingly challenged. How will European integration be affected by these times of contested norms? Moreover, how does the EU’s internal struggle affect its role in the world?