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Centre for Geopolitics

Providing historically-grounded solutions to enduring geopolitical problems

The Centre currently operates the following programmes:

Read more at: Baltic Geopolitics Programme

Baltic Geopolitics Programme

The Centre for Geopolitics has launched a new research programme with the aim of increasing understanding of the geopolitics of the Baltic and the UK's role in it. This programme operates within the existing European Orders research strand. The Baltic – defined here as the littoral of Denmark...

Read more at: Engelsberg Programme for Applied History

Engelsberg Programme for Applied History

The Engelsberg Programme for Applied History was launched in October 2018. It represents a unique partnership between the Centre for Grand Strategy at the War Studies Department at King’s College London and the Centre for Geopolitics at Cambridge University. The programme is funded by the Axel and...

Read more at: Nightmare Lecture Series

Nightmare Lecture Series

The Nightmare Lecture Series, created by the Centre for Geopolitics, invites leading thinkers and practitioners in the area of geopolitics to reflect upon their own personal “nightmare” scenarios for humanity: the greatest potential man-made disasters that could be on the horizon in the near future...

Read more at: Strategic Simulations

Strategic Simulations

Each year the Centre for Geopolitics runs a strategic simulation exercise. Bringing together former leaders (including past secretaries of state, party leaders, ambassadors, and senior military officers) with serving officials, post-graduate students and leading academics we examine a notional but...

Read more at: Visiting Scholars Programme

Visiting Scholars Programme

The Centre offers a limited number of Visiting Scholar posts for serving members of Her Majesty’s Government assessment community. These posts are for one term only and are designed to enable the Visiting Scholar to conduct a specific piece of research on a geopolitical topic of strategic...