What Happened to the Nordic Model for International Peace and Security?

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The Nordic countries have long been renowned for their contribution to international peace and security. This contribution – occasionally viewed by both Nordic and non-Nordic policy-makers and academics as a particular model for facilitating peace and development in international affairs – is based on a combination of active contributions to peaceful conflict resolution, a high level of development aid and a continuous commitment to strengthening international society. However, recently Scandinavians have been making headlines for reasons that seem to contrast with their well-established brand as humane internationalist peacemakers. This article identifies the characteristics of the Nordic model for international peace and security and discusses how and why it has changed.
TidsskriftPeace Review
Udgave nummer4; Peace Journalism
Sider (fra-til)489-496
StatusUdgivet - 2017


  • Det Samfundsvidenskabelige Fakultet - Nordic security, Nordic model, security policy, Peacebuilding, Feminist foreign policy, Swedish foreign policy, Danish foreign policy, Scandinavian politics

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