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  • 1.
    Friedner Parrat, Charlotta
    Swedish Defence University, Department of War Studies, Maritime Operations Division.
    Change in international order?: An institutional analysis2024In: European Journal of International Security, ISSN 2057-5637, E-ISSN 2057-5645, p. 1-19Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Many are now discussing the possible demise of the so called ‘liberal international order’, but how can we know whether any international order is changing? This article argues for understanding order as maintained by institutions of international society and further theorises the role those institutions play in the stability or transformation of international order. To usefully put institutional analysis to work, this article, first, models the stylised evolution of a primary institution. Second, it illustrates this evolution with a discussion of the historical institution of trusteeship in order to historicise adaptation and transformation in international order. Finally, this leads to a generalised idea of how institutional analysis can be employed to study stability and transformation in international order. Beyond making a contribution to the wider debates about the possible demise of the current international order, this piece also fills a gap in English School theory, which is quite silent on the question of when international society furthers transformation, and when it furthers stability. Accepting the view of history that the future is contingent on today’s events, this study suggests possible points where push comes to shove for change and continuity in international order more generally.

  • 2.
    Liwång, Hans
    et al.
    Swedish Defence University, Department of Systems Science for Defence and Security, Systems Science for Defence and Security Division.
    Kindgren, Jonas
    Swedish Defence University, Department of War Studies, Maritime Operations Division.
    Granholm, Johan
    Swedish Defence University, Department of Systems Science for Defence and Security, Systems Science for Defence and Security Division.
    Tärnholm, Therese
    Swedish Defence University, Department of Systems Science for Defence and Security, Systems Science for Defence and Security Division.
    Analyzing Naval Fleet Modelling with a Tactics Perspective: The Case of Implementation of Autonomous Vessels2023In: International Journal of Maritime Engineering, ISSN 1479-8751, E-ISSN 1740-0716, Vol. 165, no A3, p. A229-A238Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Development of autonomous vessels is expected to create a paradigm shift in how warfare is conducted. Therefore, there is need to explore the possibilities and limitations in developing integrated systems for defence at sea to support innovation. Fleet modelling can analyse functions and other design options such as autonomous platform’s and evaluate their added effect in naval operations. However, due to the complexity of naval operations, it is not feasible to create a tool that covers all aspects needed to mimic reality. This study, from the perspective of naval tactics, investigate the value of a tool that analyses potential fleet architectures including autonomous platforms. The study identifies that the tool creates relevant mental models for future naval fleets by identifying feasible fleet compositions. However, the proposed fleet combinations are only tested against a limited set of tactical needs and can only be seen as a starting point for development.

  • 3.
    Sörenson, Karl
    Swedish Defence University, Department of War Studies, Maritime Operations Division. Department of Strategy and Policy, FOI, Stockholm, Sweden.
    Tailoring Deterrence for the High North: Nuclear Consequences of Sweden’s Accession to NATO2024Report (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    The Finnish and Swedish accessionsto NATO enable the Alliance to play amore active role in the Baltic region.The underpinnings for a comprehensiveNATO general deterrence posture in theHigh North with Sweden and Finland is,to a large degree, already in place. Russian behavior is increasingly relyingon its nuclear weapons to further itssecurity political aims in order toestablish a new security order in Europe:from its leadership’s rhetoric to its selfsuspensionfrom New START and possiblebasing of nuclear weapons in Belarus. For an integrated and tailored deterrencein the High North, Sweden and Finlandmust come to terms with the challengeof immediate deterrence with a nucleardimension. A strategy that includes participationin the Nuclear Planning Group (NPG),flying conventional support for nuclearoperations (CSNO), and, for Sweden,enabling dispersed basing would createthe space needed for NATO to act in timesof crisis. A more engaged approach wouldalso add dual capable aircraft (DCA)and nuclear sharing arrangements (NSA)for Sweden and possibly for Finland,given that the latter makes the requiredadjustments to its current legislation.

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