Discipline: International Relations

Conflict or Cooperation: Security Challenges in Europe

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 marked a new turning point for the EU. This course seeks to grasp the new security developments in Europe, focusing on the Baltic Sea Region states, and especially on…

Political Extremism and Threats to Democracy

The surge in polarization and populism is the most important political development of the 21st century. What are the major causes of the increase in polarization and populism? What are the likely consequences of these developments?…

DIS Summer, Political Extremism and Threat to Democracy in Stockholm

Humanitarian Law and Armed Conflict

This course is an examination of the laws of armed conflict and human rights laws and how they apply to contemporary cases. It finds inspiration in current events and enables you to analyze issues such as…

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Understanding Terrorism: Causes, Solutions, and Dilemmas

Terrorism is a contemporary problem that should not be neglected. The discourse on terrorism, however, is often simplified; disregarding important questions such as factors or root causes, potentially increasing political conflicts and generating terrorism. This course…

Behavioral Economics: European Case Studies

Behavioral economics rethinks the standard economic model of human behavior by integrating experiential and psychological research into economic theory. This course is based on behavioral economic theory and cases from Denmark and Europe, which examine the…