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Mikael Weissmann

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Dr Mikael Weissmann is an Associate Professor in War Studies and the Head of Research and Deputy Head of the Land Operations Section at the Swedish Defence University. He is also a Senior Research Fellow at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs and a member of CSCAP-EU and the European Think-Tank Network China (ETNC).

Weissmann has previously held positions at, among others, the Swedish Defence Research Agency, Copenhagen University, Stockholm University, Uppsala University, and the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). He has been a visiting fellow at the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom and Peking University, Renmin University and China Foreign Affairs University in China.

Weissmann holds a PhD in Peace and Development Research from the University of Gothenburg and is a docent in War Studies at the Swedish Defence University. He also holds an M.Soc.Sci. in Peace and Conflict Studies from Uppsala University and a B.A. in International Relations and Economics from the University of Queensland, Australia.

Weissmann is received his PhD in Peace and Development Research from the University of Gothenburg (2009), and he is a docent in War Studies at the Swedish Defence University (2016). He also holds an M.Soc.Sci. in Peace and Conflict Studies from Uppsala University (2003), and a BA in International Relations and Economics from the University of Queensland, Australia (2000).

Weissmann’s research expertise includes War Studies and East Asian security, strategy and conflict management. He has a particular interest in hybrid warfare and asymmetrical threats, military tactical thinking and land operations. His research on East Asia focuses on the role of China with particular emphasis on in the Belt and Road initiative, China’s role in East Asia and the world, the South China Sea, the North Korean nuclear conflict and the Taiwan Issue. Weissmann has also pursued research on track-two diplomacy, conflict management and peacebuilding as well as Sino-Russian and Europe’s relations with China and East Asia.

Weissmann is the author of the monograph The East Asian Peace: Conflict Prevention and Informal Peacebuilding (Palgrave Macmillan 2012) and his work have appeared in International Affairs, Washington Quarterly, the Journal of the Royal Swedish Academy of War Sciences, Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict, Asian Survey and Asian Perspective. Currently, he is the lead editor for an edited volume on Hybrid Warfare and Asymmetric Threats (I.B. Tauris) and the guest editor of a special issue on Power (Shift) in East Asia in Asian Perspective.
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Om Mikael

Beskrivning
Dr Mikael Weissmann is an Associate Professor in War Studies and the Head of Research and Deputy Head of the Land Operations Section at the Swedish Defence University. He is also a Senior Research Fellow at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs and a member of CSCAP-EU and the European Think-Tank Network China (ETNC).

Weissmann has previously held positions at, among others, the Swedish Defence Research Agency, Copenhagen University, Stockholm University, Uppsala University, and the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). He has been a visiting fellow at the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom and Peking University, Renmin University and China Foreign Affairs University in China.

Weissmann holds a PhD in Peace and Development Research from the University of Gothenburg and is a docent in War Studies at the Swedish Defence University. He also holds an M.Soc.Sci. in Peace and Conflict Studies from Uppsala University and a B.A. in International Relations and Economics from the University of Queensland, Australia.

Weissmann is received his PhD in Peace and Development Research from the University of Gothenburg (2009), and he is a docent in War Studies at the Swedish Defence University (2016). He also holds an M.Soc.Sci. in Peace and Conflict Studies from Uppsala University (2003), and a BA in International Relations and Economics from the University of Queensland, Australia (2000).

Weissmann’s research expertise includes War Studies and East Asian security, strategy and conflict management. He has a particular interest in hybrid warfare and asymmetrical threats, military tactical thinking and land operations. His research on East Asia focuses on the role of China with particular emphasis on in the Belt and Road initiative, China’s role in East Asia and the world, the South China Sea, the North Korean nuclear conflict and the Taiwan Issue. Weissmann has also pursued research on track-two diplomacy, conflict management and peacebuilding as well as Sino-Russian and Europe’s relations with China and East Asia.

Weissmann is the author of the monograph The East Asian Peace: Conflict Prevention and Informal Peacebuilding (Palgrave Macmillan 2012) and his work have appeared in International Affairs, Washington Quarterly, the Journal of the Royal Swedish Academy of War Sciences, Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict, Asian Survey and Asian Perspective. Currently, he is the lead editor for an edited volume on Hybrid Warfare and Asymmetric Threats (I.B. Tauris) and the guest editor of a special issue on Power (Shift) in East Asia in Asian Perspective.
Mikael Weissmann Dr Mikael Weissmann is an Associate Professor in War Studies and the Head of Research and Deputy Head of the Land Operations Section at the Swedish Defence University. He is also a Senior Research Fellow at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs and a member of CSCAP-EU and the European Think-Tank Network China (ETNC).

Weissmann has previously held positions at, among others, the Swedish Defence Research Agency, Copenhagen University, Stockholm University, Uppsala University, and the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). He has been a visiting fellow at the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom and Peking University, Renmin University and China Foreign Affairs University in China.

Weissmann holds a PhD in Peace and Development Research from the University of Gothenburg and is a docent in War Studies at the Swedish Defence University. He also holds an M.Soc.Sci. in Peace and Conflict Studies from Uppsala University and a B.A. in International Relations and Economics from the University of Queensland, Australia.

Weissmann is received his PhD in Peace and Development Research from the University of Gothenburg (2009), and he is a docent in War Studies at the Swedish Defence University (2016). He also holds an M.Soc.Sci. in Peace and Conflict Studies from Uppsala University (2003), and a BA in International Relations and Economics from the University of Queensland, Australia (2000).

Weissmann’s research expertise includes War Studies and East Asian security, strategy and conflict management. He has a particular interest in hybrid warfare and asymmetrical threats, military tactical thinking and land operations. His research on East Asia focuses on the role of China with particular emphasis on in the Belt and Road initiative, China’s role in East Asia and the world, the South China Sea, the North Korean nuclear conflict and the Taiwan Issue. Weissmann has also pursued research on track-two diplomacy, conflict management and peacebuilding as well as Sino-Russian and Europe’s relations with China and East Asia.

Weissmann is the author of the monograph The East Asian Peace: Conflict Prevention and Informal Peacebuilding (Palgrave Macmillan 2012) and his work have appeared in International Affairs, Washington Quarterly, the Journal of the Royal Swedish Academy of War Sciences, Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict, Asian Survey and Asian Perspective. Currently, he is the lead editor for an edited volume on Hybrid Warfare and Asymmetric Threats (I.B. Tauris) and the guest editor of a special issue on Power (Shift) in East Asia in Asian Perspective.
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