Monthly Archives: May 2017

Small States in a Legal World

New book Small States in a Legal World has been published, featuring the chapter Small States in the UNSC and the EU: Structural Weaknesses and Ability to Influence. If you're in London, make sure to a a seminar on the book … Continue reading

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Research grants for young researchers

The Centre for Small State Studies at the University of Iceland was recently awarded a grant from NATO. The project is a preparedness initiative examining the defence and foreign policy choices and challenges of small states in NATO and its … Continue reading

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Eurovision and civil war

There was a remarkably contrast between the glamor of Eurovision in Kiev last week and the civil war that was being waged in the Eastern part of Ukraine. Segment on Channel 2 news

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Book on Icelandic sovereignty

Book on Icelandic sovereignty forthcoming in fall 2017. The table of contents can be seen in the following picture.

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Iceland’s Relations with its Regional Powers: Alignment with the EU-US sanctions on Russia

New paper published today, co-authored with Pétur Gunnarsson: 'Iceland’s Relations with its Regional Powers: Alignment with the EU-US sanctions on Russia'. The paper examines the Icelandic government’s consideration to withdraw its support for the sanctions against Russia over Ukraine in 2015. The … Continue reading

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Scotland, Security, Brexit and Small States

Leverhulme lecture and book launch: "Scotland, Security, Brexit and Small States" at Queen Mary University of London.

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