Chapter in the edited volume Asia 2018-2028 – Development Scenarios.
India-Sweden Strategic Compass: Vol.1, No.1, May-June 2022 – Inaugural Issue
The Stockholm Center for South Asian and Indo-Pacific Affairs has started a bi-monthly newsletter, the ‘India-Sweden Strategic Compass’. The newsletter will focus on current affairs, highlighting Sweden and India relations, […]
North Korea Threats Make Engaging Quad a Risk Worth Taking for South Korea
Introduction: For much of the past decade, South Korea was inclined to play a balancing act between the U.S. and China while keeping its foreign policy energy primarily focused on […]
Shifting China-NATO Relations: From Selective Cooperation to Strategic Rivalry?
Introduction: On March 15, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) General Secretary Jens Stoltenberg called on China to withdraw its support for Russia and to condemn its “brutal” invasion of Ukraine […]
In Search of an EU-India-Japan Trilateral
Introduction: Even before the war in Ukraine, the European Union had been gearing toward an “increasingly competitive strategic environment” by developing its geo-political autonomy to meet Europe’s security responsibility and reduce strategic […]
South Korea’s Relations With China and the US Under President-elect Yoon
Introduction: The presidential election in South Korea was a close call. President-elect Yoon Suk-yeol from the People Power Party won the election with a margin of 0.8 percentage points over […]
Future Defence Policy Regarding the Emergence of New Military Technology Threats
Introduction: The ability to combine technological advancements with new policies and doctrines is vital for national security. Being able to organize, equip, train, and deploy forces to effectively deal with […]