Reflections from 2nd annual Mistra Geopolitics conference

The second annual conference in the Mistra Geopolitics program held on 30 – 31st January 2019, has come to an end. Eva Krutmeijer reflects on the conference from a communications perspective.

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What happened 3 December 1968?

December 3rd marks the 50-year anniversary of when climate change was first discussed in the United Nations (UN) General Assembly. The Swedish UN Ambassador, Sverker Åström, warned in his speech

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Reflections from FOTAR2018

On 16 and 17 of November the international conference The Future of Transatlantic Relations: Challenges in Trade, Security and Environmental Policy – FOTAR2018 was held in Hamburg, bringing together politicians, academics,

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Three international researchers join Mistra Geopolitics Research School

Three researchers from Peru, Brazil and Nigeria have joined the Mistra Geopolitics Research School. These next-generation scholars with diverse research expertise are spending four months with Swedish partner institutions SIPRI

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Norrköping Decision Arena – a unique facility in Europe

On 1st October, Mistra Geopolitics research school visited the Norrköping Decision Arena at Linköping University for a seminar on visualisation. The Norrköping Decision Arena draws on recent research and development in interactive

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Geopolitics of Phosphorous

  Geopolitics of Phosphorus The importance of trade, teleconnections and multi-level governance was one of the thematic panel sessions at the Sustainable Phosphorus Summit, a biannual event bringing together stakeholders

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Coordinating climate finance for the long haul

Mistra Geopolitics author: Kevin Adams Enhancing collaboration, seizing opportunities The 20th board meeting of the Green Climate Fund was arguably the biggest calamity in climate policy since the collapse of the

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