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Centre for Geopolitics

Providing historically-grounded approaches to enduring geopolitical problems.
 

The Centre for Geopolitics hosts an exciting programme of termly events on Baltic history and politics. Invited speakers cover the entire Baltic Sea region and its relationship with the UK over the past half-millennium. Historians, politicians, and diplomats approach questions of the utmost importance from diverse perspectives. We also regularly co-sponsor events on relevant themes with partner universities, both virtually and in person. 


Events in 2022

20 May, Best-seller to security threat.Uncovering the Holocaust in Lithuania

3 May, Britain & Finland

26 April, Britain and the Great Divergence

19 April, A false choice? British naval power in the Baltic and Indo-Pacific

23 March, The Baltic contribution to the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991

16 March, From Spectator to Actor: Changing gear in EU foreign policy

25 February, Baltic Geopolitics Graduate Seminar

3 February, Military deployments by Baltic Sea countries

20 January, External influences in the Baltic State-building after the Great War


Events in 2021


Events in 2020