The program brings together diverse disciplines and research approaches spanning peace and conflict; human security; global environmental governance; global environmental change; and the effectiveness of domestic, regional, and global policy-making.
Mistra announced a package of 60 million SEK for Mistra Geopolitics to fund research and stakeholder engagement at six leading Swedish universities and institutes, starting in January 2021.
Looking ahead to the second phase of the Mistra Geopolitics research programme.
This report helps structure the interrelationship between geopolitics and decarbonisation and identifies pertinent questions on future trends.
New study finds most countries are not prepared for impacts of unexpectedly rapid market penetration of Electronic Vehicles.
China’s growing economic and political footprint in fragile and developing country contexts has become an increasingly significant development actor.
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