Nicola Nymalm


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Works at Department of Political Science
Visiting address Universitetsvägen 10 F, plan 4 ,5, 7 samt Skogstorpet
Room F 572
Postal address Statsvetenskapliga institutionen 106 91 Stockholm

About me

Nicola Nymalm is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs' (UI) East Asia and Global Politics & Security programs. Her research interests include US-Chinese and US-Japanese relations, encounters between established and emerging powers, international relations theories, cultural political economy, philosophy of science, and qualitative/ interpretive methodologies and methods, such as discourse theory and analysis.

Nicola Nymalm received her PhD in Political Science/International Relations from Kiel University in Germany in July 2015. She was also a member of the doctoral program at the GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies in Hamburg, and she continues to be an associate research fellow at GIGA. Her dissertation project that was comparing U.S. responses to the economic rise of China to those to the earlier rise of Japan was funded by the Finnish Cultural Foundation (SKR) in Helsinki. During her doctoral research, she was a visiting scholar at American University and the University of Virginia.

Nicola Nymalm holds an MA in Contemporary history, Chinese studies and European law from the Humboldt University and Free University in Berlin, and a Master of Peace and Security Studies (MPS) from the University of Hamburg.

At Stockholm University she currently co-convenes and teaches the course 'Security in International Relations' (PSIII).


Last updated: May 5, 2018

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