Conference: Authoritarian Threats in the Baltic Sea Region

June 15, 2022
On February 24, 2022, the European security order was ruptured. Vladimir Putin’s decision to order a full-scale invasion of Ukraine has made the dividing line between autocracies and democracies even clearer, but it has also increased the need to analyze ...

New brief: An introduction to doable reforms

January 20, 2022
Paraphrasing the first line of Anna Karenina, former Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves argues that while all successful countries have reformed alike, each unsuccessful country finds its own excuses. In a new report for Stockholm Free World Forum, Ilves offers ...

New brief: A Marshal Plan for Belarus

January 14, 2022
A Marshall Plan for Belarus ...

New Brief: CCTV – A Trojan Horse In International News Dissemination?

December 9, 2021
Thanks to contracts with the world’s leading TV news agencies, Chinese State Broadcaster CCTV has managed to buy unfiltered access to global news production. This access is being used to spread disinformation and propaganda on a large scale. Many of ...

New Brief: Achtung Europa!

December 2, 2021
The idea of strategic autonomy goes straight to the heart of European prosperity. If the union wants to stay relevant as a geopolitical actor in  the future, it needs to think long and hard about what strategies can help it ...

New Brief: The Belarusian Diaspora

November 8, 2021
The political crisis that started in Belarus in the summer of 2020 has united and politicized the Belarusian diaspora. The diaspora acts as a liaison between the Belarusian democratic forces, the European Union and Belarusian emigrants. In the brief “The Belarusian ...