New study shows climate change has increased conflict risks historically, but low socioeconomic development and low capabilities of the state are more influential.
China’s growing economic and political footprint in fragile and developing country contexts has become an increasingly significant development actor.
The theme at the Havs- och vattenforum 2019 was “adaptation to climate change.” The forum, held yearly, aims to increase knowledge about HaV’s business area, exchange ideas about current issues and find
How can we use the latest scenario methodology to increase our knowledge about the ongoing transformation of the energy system? What research from the Mistra Geopolitics program is of most relevans and interest for you?
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.
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,
We need substantial global governance to govern geopolitical and collective action problems such as environmental change. Consider climate change, disease epidemics, military security, and trade flows.
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
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
New study finds most countries are not prepared for impacts of unexpectedly rapid market penetration of Electronic Vehicles.