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Debating across history, theory and strategy for European science diplomacy

Authors: Bertelsen, Rasmus Gjedssø;

Debating across history, theory and strategy for European science diplomacy

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InsSciDE - like Horizon 2020 research in general - is strategic research, because it is fundamental research for the purpose of answering a strategic problem of the funder. InsSciDE is strategic research into how Europe (the European Union, its institutions and member states) can benefit from science diplomacy to strengthen Europe’s place in the world and improve the security and safety of the EU and its citizens.

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science diplomacy, strategy

Keynes JM (1936) The general theory of employment, interest and money. Macmillan, London Professor Rasmus Gjedssø Bertelsen, Barents chair in politics at the Arctic University of Norway, coordinates the Norwegian-Russian PhD course on society and advanced technology in the Arctic, and the Norway-EU Science Diplomacy Network. During 2022-2023, he is Nansen visiting professor of Arctic studies at University of Akureyri, Iceland. During 2020-21 he was visiting professor at Sirice, a joint programme between Sorbonne University/University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and CNRS. Bertelsen holds a PhD. in international relations from the University of Cambridge. His postdoctoral research on the soft power of American and French universities in the Middle East was mentored by Joseph S. Nye, Jr., originator of the soft (and smart) power concept.

Bertelsen, Rasmus Gjedssø (2022) Debating across history, theory and strategy for European science diplomacy. In Mays C, Laborie L, Griset P (eds) Inventing a shared science diplomacy for Europe: Interdisciplinary case studies to think with history. Zenodo. 10.5281/zenodo.6639762 The InsSciDE outline, coordinator P. Griset and executive director C. Mays; Paris, January 2018. Photos: R. G. Bertelsen 10 - Debating Across History, Theory and Strategy

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