A seminar talk by Pascal Lottaz exploring the political and economic interactions between neutral actors and the Empire of Japan
June 13, 2023. Temple University, Room 304. A talk at the Institute for Contemporary Asian Studies.
June 12, 2023. A seminar by Pascal Lottaz at Waseda University, Building 3 Room 602.
A Solution for Peace and Security in Northeast Asia?
Although Switzerland’s Federal Council rejected its Foreign Minister’s idea for “cooperative neutrality”, the new security doctrine it recently approved reverses parts of the alpine nation’s traditional neutrality concept. Preparations for collective defense with NATO and EU-states are underway.
British, German, and Soviet perceptions of great power politics in Turkestan, 1919–1933
Why Finland and Sweden are Joining NATO
Debates about “Ukrainian neutrality” to end the war with Russia are picking up steam in the US. After many calls from international academics, last week, a former Assistant Secretary of State, A. Wess Mitchell, published a call for Ukrainian “fortified neutrality” in Foreign Affairs—the medium where George Kennan published his famous “Article X,” in 1947.
A booktalk with Dr. Pascal Lottaz and Dr. Ingemar Ottosson
Becoming a permanently neutral and federal country is the most realistic way to end the war in Ukraine fast and re-secure Europe for decades to come.