Henrik Stålhane Hiim
Henrik Stålhane Hiim worked at NUPI until June 2022, as Senior Research fellow and Associated Senior Research Fellow NUPI's Research group on Russia, Asia and International Trade.
Publications All publications
Publication | 2022
Technological shifts have made nascent nuclear arsenals more vulnerable. In this article, Henrik Stålhane Hiim argues that this provides “nuclear hed1
Conventional Counterforce Dilemmas: South Korea's Deterrence Strategy and Stability on the Korean PeninsulaPublication : Academic article | 2021
In response to North Korea's nuclear weapons program, South Korea is quietly pursuing an independent conventional counterforce and countervalue1
Publication : Kronikk | 2020
A recent survey shows that even the champions of free trade in Europe’s high north are reassessing their approach to Chinese investment.
Publication : Academic article | 2019
While the United States is seeking to adopt a lower profile in the Middle East, China's interests in the region is expanding. This raises questi1
Projects All projects
Research project | 2020 - 2024 (Ongoing)
Does investing in roads and railroads in another country generate increased political influence? ROADS seeks to answer this question by zooming in on China´s role in building high-speed railways (HSR)...
Research project | 2019 - 2023 (Ongoing)
How can liberal open societies reap the benefits of open economies, but at the same time protect their legitimate security interests? In the project “Consequences of Investments for National Security”...
Research project | 2018 - 2021 (Ongoing)
This project examines the main obstacles to nuclear arms control and disarmament, focusing on Asia. ...
Events All events
EventTue 12 Oct 2021Time: 12:00 Europe/Oslo | Location: C.J. Hambrosplass 2 D / Livestream to Facebook and Youtube
What does the AUKUS security partnership between Australia, the US and UK mean for security in Asia, for the US-China rivalry, and for US-Europe relations?
EventMon 3 Feb 2020Time: 14:15 Europe/Oslo | Location: NUPI
When is it effective to use economic instruments in international politics?
EventTue 29 Jan 2019Time: 15:00 Europe/Oslo | Location: NUPI
The nuclear deal with Iran is in crisis, and talks on the North Korean nuclear program has made little progress. At the same time, China is well on its way to become one of the world’s most powerful states. How important is it for China to prevent any further proliferation of nuclear weapons?
Articles All articles
3 Jan 2022
How can we best handle current and future wars and crises? What kind of threats are we likely to face in the years to come? Who are the future actors1