Security for whom? Dr. Zhou’s reflections on conflicting narratives around security

Dr. Jiayi Zhou shares insights about her research on conflicting narratives around security in the current geopolitical environment.  

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New PhD students joining Mistra Geopolitics

Three new PhD students from Thailand, Nigeria and Peru joined the Mistra Geopolitics Research School, hosted by Lund University and Stockholm University.

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Can developing future scenarios support reducing risks in supply chains?

Henrik Carlsen reflects on vulnerabilities in global supply chains and how developing future scenarios can support climate change adaptation.

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Film: Managing crises – conflict, pandemics and food insecurity

Mistra Geopolitics experts discuss how to handle conflict, food insecurity, pandemics, and climate change.

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Mistra Geopolitics in Brussels – Bridging science and policy

Mistra Geopolitics management team including board members showcased the research programme to policymakers in Brussels.

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Film launch: Climate risks to global food trade

In this Mistra Geopolitics film Kevin M. Adams explains how climate risks to major commodities can be addressed.

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The world stands at a crossroads – four scenarios for geopolitics 2021-2023

A year of a pandemic, how has the future changed? Karl Hallding presents probable future scenarios based on research performed within Mistra Geopolitics in collaboration with Futurion.

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Launching the Stockholm Geopolitics Scenarios

The scenario set identifies key drivers of change, describes the relationships between them and imagines pathways leading to four different worlds in 2050.

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Launch of the Mistra Geopolitics research programme

Mistra Geopolitics was successfully launched in Stockholm on 2 May 2017. The event brought together programme partners, board members, media, stakeholders and others interested in the research programme. The keynote,

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