Are we reaching the next era of Feminist Foreign Policies? In response to the Ukraine-Russia conflict, is Sweden’s pioneer formula the “safe” way to go for states in Europe? If so, if not, why?
A commentary on the latest announcement of Germany first ffp model.
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