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13 June 2024

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Olof Palme visiting professorship

The Swedish Research Council has decided that Roland Bleiker, professor in international relations at University of Queensland, Australia, will be the holder of the 2026 Olof Palme visiting professorship.

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The 2026 Olof Palme visiting professorship has been awarded Roland Bleiker, professor in international relations at University of Queensland, Australia. During his time in Sweden, he will be active mainly at The Swedish Defence University.

The Olof Palme professorship should be awarded to an internationally prominent researcher focused on topics important to the pursuit of peace in a broad context within the areas of social sciences, humanities, theology and science of law.

We decide on the professorship with two years of advancement. The 2024 decision thus refers to professorship in 2026.

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