National Climate-Related Security Policies of the UN Security Council’s Permanent Member States

Photo credit: UN Women/Ryan Brown (Flickr). Over the past decade, climate change has become increasingly embedded within global security discourse, but whether it should be formally considered as a matter

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Lena Ek is the new chair of Mistra Geopolitics

Lena Ek. Photo Credit: Ola Kjelbye Former Swedish Minister for the Environment, Lena Ek is the new chairperson of the multidisciplinary research programme, Mistra Geopolitics. It is now increasingly more important

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Scholarship opportunity for PhD students

Mistra Geopolitics offers financial support to PhD students to spend a semester as guest researchers within the program. The aim of the support is to strengthen the links with partner

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Research from Mistra Geopolitics directly to COP23 in Bonn

The Climate sees no borders. Since climate risks are “borderless”, adaptation to climate change is also a global concern. Today, many discussions on climate adaptation are seen as national issues.

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Welcome to Mistra Geopolitics

We all live in a rapidly changing world. Increasing geopolitical insecurity, scarcity of natural resources, new migration patterns, climate change… The list can be made long on how growing uncertainties

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Malin Mobjörk to Washington DC

Malin Mobjörk, one of the key researchers of Mistra Geopolitics, has been appointed the Mistra Fellowship. She will be a Public Policy Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Centre in Washington DC from January to June

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Mistra Geopolitics Launch

Mistra Geopolitics was successfully launched in Stockholm on 2 May. The event brought together programme partners, board members, media, stakeholders and others interested in the Programme. The keynote, Nick Mabey,

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