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Upcoming events during spring 2024

23 February 2024
This spring we are happy to host several interesting speakers at our events at SSE.

AJI at the Munich Security Conference

23 February 2024
The Ax:son Johnson Institute for Statecraft and Diplomacy is honored to have hosted a side event during the 60th Munich Security Conference.

Swedish business as a social movement?

19 January 2024
New article by Rikard Westerberg looks at the mobilisation of the masses against wage-earner funds, 1975–1991

Exploring 'Classics of Applied History' and 'The Monkey and the Money' at Book Launch

07 December 2023
An exploration of historical narratives and economic evolution, the recent double book launch of the Classics of Applied History and The Monkey and The Money was hosted by CSSC.

Three Postdoc Fellowships in History, Statecraft, & Strategic Communication

01 December 2023
Come join us at the Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication

Sweden's Path to NATO: A Lecture with Chief Negotiator Oscar Stenström

30 November 2023
A much appreciated behind-the-scenes talk on how the historic shift in Sweden’s security policy came about after the fast deterioration of our security environment following the invasion of Ukraine.

Publication updates from Dr. Klas A.M. Eriksson

28 November 2023
Thrilled to share the latest publications and media highlights from our esteemed postdoc fellow, Dr. Klas A. M. Eriksson.

Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication hosts International Intelligence Conference

23 November 2023
Matthew Hefler organized The Intelligence and Security Seminar on “Intelligence, Communication and Contemporary Conflict”

New Article on Cosmopolitanism

03 November 2023
Carl Ritter, researcher at the Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication, has published an article in the Journal of Political Ideologies

Applications for Applied History: World Orders and Contemporary Challenges are now open!

11 October 2023
The unique course explores the significance of historical knowledge in understanding contemporary global issues, offering students a valuable opportunity to travel to Cambridge, London, and Washington, gaining a firsthand perspective on the global dynamics and historical contexts that shape our world today.
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