In this seminar, Fredrik Erixon from ECIPE will talk about the transatlantic free trade agreement that the EU and the USA recently have initiated talks on.
The Annual Review of Global Peace Operations is the most comprehensive study of peacekeeping and political missions in the public domain today. In this seminar, Review editor Richard Gowan will present the volume and the lessons and challenges it highlights.
In this seminar Jean-Loup Samaan, researcher and lecturer in NATO Defence College’s Middle East Faculty, will discuss NATO's role in the ongoing conflicts and rivalries in the Middle-East and North-Africa (MENA).
This seminar will give a review of offshore tax and license policies and the business climate for international oil companies in Russia.
Theory seminar with Rebecca Adler-Nissen
This seminar will highlight the crisis in the Sahel region as a multidimensional problem that must be tackled by a broad-based approach, including measures to tackle poverty and drought, but also the institutional weaknesses and conflicts that persists in the Sahel
Based on his UN extensive field experience and the current work with media, plus defence and peace building organizations, Victor Angelo will in this seminar discuss new trends in the international community´s response to major peace and security challenges
In this seminar Daniel Nexon, Associate Professor, Dept. og Government, Georgestown University, will present the paper Undermining the Hegemon? The Logics of Public Goods Substitution and "Soft Balancing"
In the Stuland Research Award Lecture, Indra Øverland, will look into the relationship between energy resources, geography, war and international politics.
In this seminar, Tim Hennings, Head of Europe Directorate, Internal in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London, will talk about the British process of reviewing its relationship to the EU. Professor Fredrik Sejersted will make comparisons to the Norwegian experience.