Latest publications from the Institute of International Affairs and the Centre for Small State Studies

iiaThe Institute of International Affairs (IIA) strives for robust publication on international affairs in Iceland. Here are some of the most recent publications:

Alyson JK Bailes. Nordic and Arctic Affairs: Small States in the Arctic: What Impact from Russia-West Tensions? Centre for Small State Studies, Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence – Research Consortium – Small State Briefs, 5 October 2015

http://ams.hi.is/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Small-State-Brief-7-Nordic-and-Arctic-Affairs.pdf
Urban Jaksa. South Caucasus: Nagorno-Karabakh Between a Contested Territory and a Small State. Centre for Small State Studies, Institute of International Affairs, 26 May 2015

http://ams.hi.is/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Small-State-Brief-7-Nordic-and-Arctic-Affairs.pdf
Jesse Hastings, Edward H. Huijbens, Gustav Pétursson and Jennifer Smith. Chinese Chess in the Wild West: How Icelanders view the growing Iceland-China relationship. Centre for Arctic Policy Studies, Institute of International Affairs, 2015.

http://ams.hi.is/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Chinese-Chess-in-the-Wild-West-PDF.pdf
For more publications, please visit:
http://ams.hi.is/en/utgafa/

A new textbook on European Affairs

The Centre for Small State Studies, Institute of International Affairs (IIA) has published a new textbook on the European Union, European Integration and Iceland’s participation in the European project, the first one of its kind in Icelandic. The book is intended for students in high school and at junior university level. The textbook is partly funded by a Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence grant and written by a well-qualified group of experts on European integration including Baldur Thorhallsson, Professor of Political Science and Research Director for the Centre for Small State Studies, and Alyson Bailes, Adjunct Professor at the University of Iceland.