This chapter maps out the changing roles played by the United States, Russia and India as security actors in East Asia, and their influence on EU for1
Interview in Norwegian
I commented upon the Biden-Putin meeting that took place 7 December 2021. The topic was Ukraine.
Since 2020, the Nordic countries have been confronted with the Covid-19 pandemic, which has been a multi-level stress test for the region. The strong1
Nordic states’ partnership choices in security and defence are more aligned than they were a decade ago. When Danish, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish1
The technology-driven transformation of the media environment is changing politics worldwide. Yet everywhere is not the same. The digital revolution1
Moscow increasingly views the ‘Collective West’ as an offensive actor and the High North as terrain for NATO ‘expansion’. Norway figures as an active1
China is a growing digital technology (digi-tech) power and a leading provider of digi-tech resources internationally. China’s digi-tech growth is he1
This chapter analyses the EU’s crisis response in the Western Balkans through the lens of EULEX. By exploring how those immediately responsible for m1
Presentation given at conference on Small States in the UN Security Council.