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Information about teaching at the Department of Economic History and International Relations

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New study in PNAS about multilateral climate-related aid 

IR researchers Lisa Dellmuth, Elisabeth Rosvold and Nina von Uexkull have published a new study in PNAS showing that climate-related aid provided by the UN is driven by humanitarian need rather than by strategic donor interests.

Stephanie Winkler

Disputation Stephanie Winkler, International Relations

11th December 2020 Stephanie Winkler defended her dissertation "Conceptual Politics in Practice: How Soft Power Changed the World" at the department of Economic History and International Relations. 

stefan borg

Stefan Borg - new article on Israeli drone warfare

Stefan Borg, Associate Professor in International Relations, recently published the article "Assembling Israeli drone warfare: Loitering surveillance and operational sustainability” in Security Dialogue.

Karina Shyrokykh

Karina Shyrokykh presented Glocalclim research at the Bolin PhD Days

Karina Shyrokykh presented Glocalclim research on how organizations within the United Nations debate climate change adaptation in social media at the Bolin PhD Days.

Susan Jackson

Dr Susan T Jackson awarded Best Paper at UACES network workshop

Dr Susan T Jackson was awarded UACES Best Paper for her exploratory study "Risking Sustainability: Political Risk Culture as a Hindrance to Corporate Sustainability Practices."

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