Newsletter from the Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication
06 October 2022
The Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication recently opened at the Stockholm School of Economics. Read more about our research, events, and career opportunities in the first quarterly newsletter.
Sixtensson on Homer's Odyssey
21 September 2022
Fredrik Sixtensson, postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication, participates in panel on Homer's classic work.
Meet Our PhD Students | Mara Balasa
16 September 2022
What is it like to pursue a PhD at the Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication? We asked Mara Balasa, who is the center's first PhD student.
What pushed Sweden away from socialism?
09 September 2022
Rikard Westerberg writes in Engelsberg Ideas about Sweden's market turn
Westerberg writes about the Swedish election
22 August 2022
Ahead of Sweden's general election in September, Rikard Westerberg asks what lessons can be learned from the intensely contested 1948 election
New article by Dr. Rikard Westerberg
27 June 2022
New article by center director Rikard Westerberg in business history journal Enterprise and Society. The article discusses the investment strategies and dismantlement of the Swedish Wage-Earner funds in the 1980s.
The Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication announces postdoctoral and PhD fellows
22 June 2022
Next semester, the Center for Statecraft and Strategic Communication at the Stockholm School of Economics welcomes three postdoctoral fellows and one PhD fellow. These will join the Ax:son Johnson Institute for Statecraft and Diplomacy together with their peers from the University of Cambridge, King's College London, and the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.
History course takes SSE students to Washington, D.C.
09 May 2022
Last week students visited the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies as part of their course in applied history. They listened to lectures about the Cold War from leading scholars and visited historical sites in the American capital.
SSE students visit the University of Cambridge
05 April 2022
The course in applied history takes students to Peterhouse College and the Centre for Geopolitics, where they learn about the past from prominent historians.
Applying History II now available
15 February 2022
The anthology with student essays from SSE's course in Applied History is now in print.