Marc Lanteigne (兰马克) is a Senior Research Fellow at NUPI, specialising in Chinese and comparative Northeast Asian politics and foreign policy, as well as Asia-Arctic relations, international political economy and institution-building.
Originally from Montréal, he has previously taught at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, the University of St. Andrews, Scotland and Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. He has written on issues related to China’s regional and international relations, including a textbook on Chinese foreign policy, as well as economic security, free trade politics, and energy issues. He has researched in China as well as Australia, Western Europe and the South Pacific.
Publications All publications
Publication : Report | 2020
Almost two years ago, China and the United States instigated a trade conflict which has had serious international effects, a situation since exacerba1
Publication | 2018
During the last few years China has expressed a willingness to relate to the Nordic states in a more coordinated and structured manner, similar to ho1
Publication : ARTIKKEL | 2017
The admission of China as an observer in the Arctic Council in 2013 was a significant step in the ongoing evolution of the country's Arctic pol1
Projects All projects
Research project | 2015 - 2016 (Completed)
The Rising Powers and Peacebuilding project seeks to address an important question that has not yet been thoroughly researched: what are the new approaches that rising powers have taken to peacebuildi...
Research project | 2014 - 2016 (Completed)
The project "Developments in the Russian Far East" looks at Russian decision-making and international engagement around development of Russia’s Pacific coast....
Events All events
EventTue 6 Dec 2016Time: 09:00 Europe/Oslo | Location: NUPI
Should the Trump presidency prove to be more isolationist, what will be future of Asia-Pacific diplomacy look like? The presentation at this seminar offers some initial potential scenarios.
EventWed 30 Nov 2016Time: 13:30 Europe/Oslo | Location: NUPI
How does one measure ‘success’ in UN peacekeeping missions? What is meant by a mission which is only partially successful, or in some part a failure? These are issues discussed at this seminar.
EventMon 24 Oct 2016Time: 13:30 Europe/Oslo | Location: C.J. Hambros plass 2 D
Chinese leadership, style and preferences has changed. How may this affect the county's relationship to the EU?
EventSun 9 Oct 2016Time: 13:30 Europe/Oslo | Location: NUPI
This seminar will discusses how Russia and China are finding a mid-way to align their interests without an alliance.
EventMon 19 Sept 2016Time: 13:30 Europe/Oslo | Location: NUPI
The launching of "Internasjonal Politikk" no. 3, focuses on the relationship between the Nordic countries and China.