Ole Martin Stormoen
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Ole Martin Stormoen is a PhD candidate in the Research group on security and defence.
He has studied Arabic at the University of Oslo, where he also completed his master’s degree in Peace and Conflict Studies. His thesis examined the literature on the causes of Jihadi terrorism.
Stormoen has previously worked for the Norwegian Army in Kosovo (KFOR) and as a research assistant at the Norwegian Military Academy.
His research interests include the causes of conflict, terrorism and extremism, with a focus on Jihadism and Islamism, as well as topics that affect these. This includes foreign, security, and defense policy, international military operations, counter-terrorism, extremist ideology and radicalization, with a focus on the Middle East and North Africa, and the Balkans.
Publications All publications
Risikovurderingsverktøy mot terrorisme og ekstremisme: Erfaringer fra kriminalomsorgen i Nederland, Storbritannia, og SverigePublication : Report | 2020
Spesialiserte verktøy for å vurdere enkeltpersoners risiko for å bli innblandet i terrorisme og voldelig ekstremisme har blitt en sentral del av man1
US-Norway Bilateral Defense Agreements: a partnership that strengthens NATOPublication : Report | 2020
The defense partnership between the United States and Norway plays a crucial role for both American and Norwegian national defense. Less understood i1
Projects All projects
Norway and Great Power Politics – Geopolitics, Technology and Climate (NISP)Research project | 2022 - 2024 (Ongoing)
Our times are shaped by developments in geopolitical power dynamics, fast-paced technological development and climate change. In this research program NUPI analyses how these developments change the s...
CLIMate Change, global SECurity and future operations (CLIMSEC) - a Mulltinational Capability Development Campaign (MCDC) project (CLIMSEC)Research project
The CLIMSEC project aims to analyse the security related implications of climate change, and its potential effects on military operations...
Report on development and use of risk-assessment tools for violent extremismResearch project | 2019 - 2020 (Completed)
This project shall examine the development and use of risk-assessment tools related to violent extremism, and elucidate the evidential basis on which the tools are built....
New frameworks for Norwegian security and defence policy (TEOTEK)Research project | 2019 - 2021 (Completed)
This project aims to employ diverse theoretical perspectives to enhance our understanding of the development of new technology, and its consequences and implications for Norwegian security and defence...
Events All events
The Military Power Seminar 2022 – Northern-Europe in a changing security landscapeEventTue 18 Oct 2022Time: 08:30 Europe/Oslo | Location: Sentralen, Oslo
What are the consequences of the changing security landscape for security in the north? At this year’s Military Power Seminar, we invite you to a debate on the important political issues related to security in Norway’s immediate neighbourhood.
WEBINAR: Understanding the global far right: lessons from IndiaEventTue 28 Apr 2020Time: 10:00 Europe/Oslo | Location: Webinar
How global is the far right?
WEBINAR: Jihad in the Sahel: Actors, developments and contextEventTue 21 Apr 2020Time: 10:00 Europe/Oslo | Location: Webinar
Who are the jihadi insurgents, why are they gaining ground, and what are the likely future developments in the Sahel?
Articles All articles
The Consortium for Research on Terrorism and International Crime in 202113 Jan 2022
Foreign fighters in Ukraine, 20 years after 9/11 and the role of technology in violent extremism were some of the topics on the Consortium’s agenda i1
Security and defence3 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