The ‘war on terror’ and globalisation
Implications for neutrality and sovereignty
in The social construction of Swedish neutrality
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This final substantive chapter considers the implications of European integration, globalisation and new security threats such as global terrorism for neutrality. Exploring the tensions between identity, security policy and the broader post-9/11 environment, it examines the likely shape and persistence of neutrality as a security policy, and the implications of its demise.

The social construction of Swedish neutrality

Challenges to Swedish identity and sovereignty

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