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.
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.
New book by Rikard Westerberg
27 September 2023
Explore the 1980s Swedish wage earner funds controversy with Rikard Westerberg's new book. Join us on October 4th in Stockholm for the release event.
Podcast: Unveiling the Power of Learning from the Past
07 June 2023
It is said that humans never learn from history. But is that really true?
SSE students in Washington, DC – had dinner with former US Deputy Secretary of State
01 June 2023
In May members of the Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication travelled to Washington, DC with the students of Applied History 767: World Order & Present Challenges. Designed by Center Director Dr. Rikard Westerberg, this globetrotting course has been offered since 2019 and sees students from the Stockholm School of Economics embark on a deep dive of statecraft, diplomacy and international history.
Learn more about CSSC's new upcoming course "Rhetoric: The Art of Persuasion"
15 May 2023
We are excited to introduce a new course, "Rhetoric: The Art of Persuasion," which will be offered in the upcoming Fall 2023 semester. Designed to equip students with fundamental skills in persuasive communication, this course encompasses a comprehensive blend of theoretical, historical, and applied approaches.
The Ax:son Johnson Institute is looking for a Project Manager
25 April 2023
For those who have a passion for the interaction between research/theory and practice/application in foreign and security policy, geopolitics and international relations.