Junior Research Fellow
Johannes Nordin is a Junior Research Fellow at ISDP’s Asia Program. At ISDP’s Strategic Consultancy, he follows geopolitical developments across Eurasia and the Indo-Pacific. Mr. Nordin holds an MSc in International and European Relations and a BA in Political Science and Economics from Linköping University. He is also an Associate Junior Research Fellow at the International Development Research Network (IDRN) in Paris. His main research focuses are centered around EU tech and energy policy, Sino-European relations, and nuclear non-proliferation.
Publications by Johannes Nordin
Messaging Mayhem: The EU’s Struggle for Clarity on Israel-Palestine
Few long-standing conflicts evoke such intense discussions and foreign policy debates as Israel-Palestine, be it within or between the European Union’s 27 member states – informed by differing historical and […]
Kinas Stormaktsambitioner, Frihandel och Försörjningskedjor (China’s Great Power Ambitions, Free Trade and Supply Chains).
The chapter explores China’s growing international engagement and changing perceptions, discussing how Beijing’s trade priorities and supply chains affect Europe. It subsequently addresses Beijing’s authoritarian tendencies over the past decade […]
EU-U.S. Convergence on China Chip Sanctions: On Brittle Ground?
The United States unveiled new wide-ranging restrictions on China’s semiconductor industry in October 2022, unprecedented in scope and intent. Abandoning the Trump years’ erratic approach to individual Chinese tech companies, […]
The State of the Russian Oil Price Caps
At the G20 Meeting in February, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen took a victory lap for the two rounds of oil price caps imposed on Russia since December last year. Yellen argued […]
China’s Pandemic Shift: The End of Dynamic zero-COVID
Beginning with the anti-lockdown protests triggered by a fire in Xinjiang on November 24, this issue brief examines Beijing’s abrupt abandonment of zero-COVID mere days later and its underlying motivations. […]