Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication
Strategic communication is the purposeful use of information by states and other political actors to achieve their strategic objectives. Such communication has throughout history been a key dimension of statecraft; in today’s hyperconnected world, it is more central than ever. Communication is now fundamental to the art of governing, in domestic as well as international affairs.
CSSC forms part of the Ax:son Johnson Institute for Statecraft and Diplomacy (AJI), which connects us with three research institutions in the US and the UK: the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington D.C; the Centre for Grand Strategy, Department of War Studies at King’s College London; and the Centre for Geopolitics at the University of Cambridge.
CSSC is funded by the Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson Foundation for Public Benefit.
Deadline for applying to Applied History 2024 is November 23, 2023
Upcoming events during spring 2024
Exploring 'Classics of Applied History' and 'The Monkey and the Money' at Book Launch
Goodbye Globalization: The Return of a Divided World - a book talk
Torsten, SSE at 13:15
Higher Seminar in Statecraft and Strategic Communication | Anna Wieslander
Terrassrummet, plan 8, Holländargatan 32 at 13:15
Higher Seminar in Statecraft and Strategic Communication | Vicky Karyoti
Sven-Erik (C417), Saltmätargatan 13—17 at 13:15
StratCom Lunch with Magnus Hjort
KAW, SSE at 11:30