Ane Teksum Isbrekken
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Ane Teksum Isbrekken is senior advisor in NUPI's Communications department. She is one of NUPI's press contacts, and produces content for all NUPI channels. In particular, Isbrekken writes articles for NUPI.no and is one of the hosts of NUPI's podcast series Utenrikshospitalet.
Isbrekken has worked for several Norwegian media publications, including Dagbladet and Dagens Næringliv. She holds a bachelors degree in political science and sociology, and a masters degree in journalism.
Publications All publications
Krig i Europa – Hva skjer med Nordens forsvars- og sikkerhetspolitikk?Publication : Podcast | 2022
Podcast (in Norwegian) about Nordic security cooperation in the past and present, and how the war in Ukraine is affecting the Nordic states’ security1
Projects All projects
Research Beyond the Ivory Tower: Policy and Communications Training for University Teams (BIT)Research project | 2013 - 2016 (Completed)
The project focuses on strengthening the competence of university lecturers in the South Caucasus and Central Asia....
Articles All articles
From secret negotiations to Tweetlomacy7 Oct 2022
Just a few years ago, the Brexit negotiations would probably have been conducted behind closed doors. Today, however, such negotiations also unfold i1
The Ukraine war and the NATO responses in the Baltic and the High North regions24 Mar 2022
The World Stage had a chance to talk to NATO General Jörg Vollmer and Lieutenant General Yngve Odlo about the challenges that Russia represents in th1
NUPI PODCAST: The world stage1 Apr 2022
What is happening in the world right now? In this podcast produced by the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) we'll take a close1
New book: Adaptive mediation and conflict resolution27 Apr 2022
How to secure peace after conflict? In a new book, Cedric de Coning and colleagues examine what lessons can be learned about adaptive mediation from1
New research group on climate and energy at NUPI28 Feb 2022
‘The ambition of the group is to be a driver for NUPI research on climate and energy issues,’ says Indra Øverland, head of the new research group.