Baltic Joint Investigation Team: A New Working Method against Transnational Crime
In their pursuit of preventing organized crime over the last two decades, EU member states have increased information exchange among law enforcement agencies, introduced more uniform legislation, established agencies such as Europol and devised common strategies. Nevertheless, organized crime is still on the rise.
Will Pyongyang’s NATO Tirades Pay Dividends?
Introduction: As the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit was being held in Madrid, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s (DPRK or North Korea) state media outlet Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) […]
How Credible Is NATO’s Pivot to China?
Introduction: In June 2022, the North Atlantic Treaty Alliance (NATO) held its first summit since the start of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Aptly described as “historic, transformative, game-changing,” the meeting […]
Hotet mot Väst är imperialism, inte diktatur
Introduction: (Article in Swedish) Rysslands oprovocerade anfallskrig mot Ukraina har lett till en debatt om hur västvärlden i framtiden kan förhindra liknande övergrepp. Många har noterat att världen har blivit […]
India-Nordic Engagement: A Veritable Strategic Partnership in Reimagine and Configure
At a time when strategic partnerships are conceived, either at the altar of existential security-driven geopolitics, the cannibalized inevitability of transactional economics, or for that matter, transcendental narratives engendering notions […]
Japan-UK: “Progressive” Ties and a Case for Britain in the CPTPP
Abstract The UK’s entry into the landmark CPTPP agreement, led by Japan, could be a breakthrough in advancing Britain’s global ambitions as an independent trading nation and encourage a stronger […]
First Fiji, Then the World
How the prime minister of a tiny group of Pacific islands has become an international power player. See original article in Foreign Policy here. Immediately after his election victory in […]