Lwanga Egbewatt Arrey
Lwanga Egbewatt Arrey was an intern at the ISDP Asia Program and was enrolled in the master’s program in Political Science at Uppsala University. His research has focused on multilateral crisis management, Russian, US, and EU foreign and security policy, and the environment-security nexus. His master’s thesis primarily focused on the role of great power influence in the emergence of inter-institutional regional security governance arrangements, specifically focusing on the role of France in forging EU cooperation with the G5 Sahel Joint Force. His general research interests include multilateral security governance and crisis management, great power strategic competition, and climate-related security risks.
Publications by Lwanga Egbewatt Arrey
EU-Japan-Taiwan Cooperation: Building a Blue Supply Chain
The COVID-19 pandemic, the escalating trade war between the United States and China, and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have exposed vulnerabilities and weaknesses in the global China-centric economic supply chain […]
The New External Politics of the Horn of Africa: Competition and Cooperation
In light of increasing global tensions exacerbated by the Russia-Ukraine war and the return of great power strategic competition, ISDP’s Asia Program intern Lwanga Egbewatt Arrey sat down with international […]