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Theme: The war in Ukraine

Here you find a collection of articles with focus on Russian warfare, before and during Russias unprovoked and illegal invasion into Ukraine.

Watch the Strategic Talks serie on Ukraine

Strategic Talks is a new series of seminars where researchers and experts discuss ongoing happenings from new perspectives.

On march 8 2022 Kjell Engelbrekt, Professor Political Science, Heather Harrison Dinniss, Senior Lecturer International Law och Niklas Nilsson, Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer War Studies, gave their perspectives on the ongoing war in Ukraine.

Film: Strategic talks about Russian invasion into Ukraine (Time: 1.01.21 min)

"We need leaders who see and care about us"

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyj's leadership style has drawn widespread praise. "He has a transformational leadership style", says Sofia Nilsson, leadership researcher at the SEDU.

What laws apply in war and conflict?

– Both Russia as a nation-state and Putin can be held accountable for violations of international law, says Jann Kleffner, Professor of International Law at the Swedish Defence University.

Perspective: This is why the Russian invasion of Ukraine is unlawful

Russia's invasion of Ukraine may be seen as evidence that international law has become irrelevant or, in the worst case, has completely collapsed. Our researchers suggest the opposite.

Younger men more engaged regarding Russian information influence

Men and younger people are clearly over-represented in terms of who consumes and distributes content from the Russian-supported news channels RT and Sputnik.

Spotlight on hybrid warfare

The anthology Hybrid Warfare - Security and Asymmetric Conflict in International Relations examines different aspects of hybrid warfare and hybrid threats. "With this book, we want to p...

Sweden negatively depicted in Russian media

There are great differences in how the Russian news organisation Sputnik depicts the Scandinavian countries. Sweden stands out and is described much more negatively than our neighbours.

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