Malin ØstevikJuinor Research Fellow
She has studied political science and Russian language at the University of Oslo, Higher School of Economics in Moscow, and at the Norwegian University Centre in St. Petersburg. Her research interests include the relationship between media and international politics, public diplomacy, the role of communication and information in contemporary warfare, as well as Russian and European foreign and security policy dynamics generally.
She is the book review editor of Nordisk Østforum, a Nordic peer-reviewed journal for Russian and East European studies.
- Publication : Del av bok/rapport
Tue 5 Dec 2017Event
Influence Operations and Disinformation as Phenomena of World Affairs: What is the deal?Time: 14:00 Location: NUPI
Hacking, fake news and propaganda has become more and more visible in world affairs. Often Russia is singled out as the main culprit. Does this assumption show the whole picture?
23.06.2017In cooperation with IRENA, Harvard University and Columbia University, NUPI this week publish a report exploring the opportunities and challenges renewables have on geopolitics.
2017(Norwegian version only): This article analyses the Russian public diplomacy news organization RT’s coverage of the situation in Ukraine in February–March 2014, the period that culminated with the annexation of Crimea. It finds that enemy images were drawn of the West/USA and of Ukrainian radicals, whereas...
This projects will analyze Russian strategic communication on central European events of 2016 such as Brexit and the NATO summit in Warszaw.
2016 - 2017 (Completed)
The project examines the geopolitical consequences of a large-scale transition to renewable energy, both in terms of the fading of old energy and geopolitical patterns and systems and the emergence of new ones.