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Centre for Geopolitics

Providing historically grounded approaches to enduring geopolitical problems

Baltic Geopolitics Network

An essential component of the Baltic Geopolitics Programme's work is building increasingly strong relationships with universities across the region. To that end we established at the outset the Baltic Geopolitics Network, an informal network connecting scholars from leading universities and research institutes from across the UK and the Baltic area (except Russia in the current context) to share in discussion of these matters and to build and disseminate knowledge on the history and politics of the greater Baltic region. This network was launched with 11 founding partners and has now extended to 20 university partners:  

Baltic Defence College 

University of Cambridge, Centre for Geopolitics 

University of Copenhagen, Centre for Military Studies

 University of Eastern Finland, VERA Centre for Russian and Border studies

 University of Gdańsk, Faculty of History

 University of Glasgow, Baltic Research Unit

 University of Greifswald, Historical Institute

 University of Helsinki, Aleksanteri Institute

 Klaipėda University, Institute of Baltic Region History and Archaeology

 University of Iceland, Institute of International Affairs

 University of Latvia, Faculty of Social Sciences

 Sodertorn University, Centre for Baltic and East European Studies

 University of Southern Denmark, Department of History

 Stockholm School of Economics

 University of Szczecin, Institute of History

 University of Tartu, Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies

  University of Toronto, Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy

 University of Turku

 Uppsala University, Institute for Russian and Eurasian Studies

 University of Vilnius

We continue to develop stronger forms of research and academic collaboration with this interesting network of universities and research institutes.