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Associate researcher in the Russia program at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (Stockholm).

Ingmar Oldberg

Associate researcher in the Russia program at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (Stockholm). In 1981–2009 researcher and later director of research at Försvarets forskningsanstalt, now the Swedish Defence Research Agency (Stockholm). Has written several publications and articles on Russian foreign policy and Sweden’s relations with post-Soviet states, the EU, the Nordic region, Iran, and China.

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Articles by Ingmar Oldberg

  1. Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations in Russian discourse

    Huntington’s theory is more relevant now than ever in Russian discourse. The background for this is the growing religious awareness among Muslims and the growth of Russian nationalism, which fills the void left after the collapse of communism; the strengthening of the Orthodox Church; and President Putin’s recent anti-West campaign.

  2. Revisiting Kaliningrad and Its Region

    The city of Kaliningrad itself with its 450,000 inhabitants has acquired a European face. New buildings and shops have appeared all over the center, and the modern shopping malls are packed with both imported and Russian products, marked and sold with electronic bar codes.

  3. BOTH VICTIM AND PERPETRATOR Ukraine’s problematic relationship to the Holocaust

    For various reasons, Ukraine’s relationship to the Holocaust and the Jews has been overshadowed by the similar, but more striking […]

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