The Scandinavian Journal of Military Studies is published by the Royal Danish Defence College, the Swedish Defence University, the Norwegian Defence University College, the Centre for Military Studies, University of Copenhagen and the Swedish Centre for Studies of Armed Forces and Society.
The papers in this collection ask: Do Arctic actors perceive conditions and challenges as changing, justifying larger claims to rapid security transformations? Or do involved actors rather experience continuity in everyday military strategic planning and policy making etc.? This collection seeks to investigate strategic transformation from the perspective of Arctic states. The aim of this special issue is twofold: first, it seeks to investigate current strategic thinking with the aim of assessing claims to change: Are we witnessing smaller adjustments to existing practice, or should we expect essentially new operating strategies; second, it seeks to clarify the effect of an overall changing security environment on local strategic environments.
Deadline for abstract submissions: 15 January 2022
Submission of first drafts: 1 October 2022
Submission of final drafts: 10 January 2023
Expected publication:Spring 2023
Guest editors: Jeppe Strandsbjerg, Centre for Arctic Security Studies, Royal Danish Defence College
If you would like to contribute or have any questions, please email Jeppe Strandsbjerg (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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