Director Björn-Ola Linnér, Dr Karina Barquet and Professor Fredrik Heintz will contribute to several public events during Sweden’s political week in Almedalen 2023.
Mistra Geopolitics researchers share their view on what the Swedish government should do regarding the attack on the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant.
Mistra Geopolitics researchers were quoted in over 500 news media articles in 2022, a 23% increase in media exposure compared to 2021.
Mistra Geopolitics experts discuss how to handle conflict, food insecurity, pandemics, and climate change.
Climate, security and resources challenges were discussed by an expert panel at the Mistra seminar in Almedalen.
Panellist discussed how short and long-term policies influence the climate-driven agenda during Almedalsveckan in Visby, Gotland.
Nina von Uexkull has been awarded the prestigious Oscar Prize for her work on security implications of climate change.
In an interview for DN, researchers explain how climate change may give a strategical advantage to Russia in terms of food production.
Mistra Geopolitics Co-Director Henrik Carlsen will participate in two seminars on 4 July, organised in collaboration with Mistra and the Haga Initiative during Almedalsveckan.
Mistra Geopolitics management team including board members showcased the research programme to policymakers in Brussels.