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Jeremy Black, Phillip Bobbitt etc

Geopolitikens återkomst : striden om framtidens historia

Det var inte länge sedan idén om att vi nått historiens slut vann kraft och spridning: tanken att människans sociokulturella evolution nått fram till en punkt där den knappast kunde nå längre. Ett kvartssekel senare verkar denna optimism ha försvunnit. I stället bevittnar vi nu geopolitikens återkomst. Ett tjugotal experter utforskar i denna antologi hur vi hamnade där vi är idag men också vart vi kan tänkas vara på väg. Huvudredaktörer är Kurt Almqvist och Alexander Linklater.

  • ISBN: 9789189069718
  • Published: 2021-09-15
  • Graphic design: Patric Leo
  • Translator: Margareta Eklöf
  • Illustrated. 175x247x30 mm. 314 pages.


Alexander Linklater is a freelance writer and associate editor of Prospect magazine.

Kurt Almqvist is CEO at the Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson Foundation for Public Benefit.


Andrew Preston is Professor of American History at the University of Cambridge and a fellow of Clare College, where he is director of studies in history.

Anna-Lena Laurén is the Moscow correspondent of the Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter and the Swedish-Finnish Hufvudstadsbladet.

Barry Strauss is Bryce and Edith M. Bowmar Professor of Humanistic Studies at Cornell University, with joint appointments in the Departments of History and Classics, and is the Corliss Page Dean Fellow at the Hoover Institution.

Charly Salonius-Pasternak is a senior research fellow at the Finnish Institute of International Affairs, Helsinki, where his primary areas of research are foreign, security and defence policy.

David Frum is a political commentator and a senior editor of the Atlantic.

Fraser Nelson is a leading British journalist and commentator.

Gabriel Gorodetsky is a quondam fellow of All Souls College, Oxford and Emeritus Professor of History at Tel Aviv University.

Gregory Feifer is executive director of the Institute of Current World Affairs in Washington.

Jeremy Black is Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Exeter and was previously Professor of History at the University of Durham.

John H. Maurer serves as the Alfred Thayer Mahan Professor of Sea Power and Grand Strategy at the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island, and is a senior fellow of the Foreign Policy Research Institute’s National Security Program.

Jonathan Fenby is chairman of the China team at the TSLombard research group.

Josef Joffe obtained his PhD in government from Harvard University, and is now a distinguished fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University.

Lincoln Paine is a maritime historian, editor, teacher and curator.

Michael Broers is Professor of Western European History at the University of Oxford.

Mikael Wigell is programme director of global security at the Finnish Institute of International Affairs, Helsinki.

Morris Rossabi is a senior scholar and Adjunct Professor of Inner Asian History at Columbia University.

Noah Feldman is an author, columnist, and the Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law at Harvard University, as well as chair of the Society of Fellows at Harvard.

Norman Stone (1941–2019) was a professor in the Department of International Relations at Bilkent University, Ankara.

Peter Heather is Professor of Medieval History at King’s College London.

Philip Bobbitt is the Herbert Wechsler Professor of Federal Jurisprudence at Columbia University, and Distinguished Senior Lecturer at the University of Texas.

Richard Miles is Professor of Roman History and Archaeology and Vice Provost at the University of Sydney.

Richard Overy is Honorary Research Professor at the University of Exeter, a fellow of the Royal Historical Society, a fellow of the British Academy and a member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts.

Roger Crowley is a historian and author who mainly writes about maritime history and the history and culture of the Mediterranean world.

Sean McMeekin is a historian who specialises in European history of the early twentieth century, especially regarding the origins of the First World War and the role of Russia and the Ottoman Empire.

Walter Russell Mead is the Ravenel B. Curry III Distinguished Fellow in Strategy and Statesmanship at Hudson Institute, the ‘Global View’ columnist at the Wall Street Journal and the James Clarke Chace Professor of Foreign Affairs and the Humanities at Bard College in New York.

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