Christian I. Ulfsten
Christian I. Ulfsten is a master's student in the Research Group on Peace, Conflict and Development. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science with specialization in Security Studies and African Security Policy.
He is currently writing his thesis about Protection of Civilians in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Christian has work experience from the Norwegian Armed Forces and has conducted humanitarian fieldwork in the DRC and South Africa. His research interests includes Peace Operations and transnational relations.
2020 - Master's degree, Political Science, University of Oslo
2021 Master's exchange program, Political Science, Sciences Po Bordeaux
2016 - 2019 Bachelor's degree, Political Science, University of Oslo
2014 - 2015 The Norwegian Army's Non-comissioned Officers Academy, Rena, Norway
2022 - Graduate Research Fellow, NUPI
2019 Humanitarian Worker, CELPA, Goma, The Democratic Republic of the Congo
2015 - 2016 Group Commander, Instructor in International Humanitarian Law, The Norwegian Armed Forces, Skjold, Norway
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3 Jan 2022
What can we do to prevent war? How can countries emerging from conflict avoid relapse? How well do international peace operations actually work?