Tine Gade is Senior Research Fellow in NUPI’s Research Group on Peace, Conflict and Development. She holds a PhD in political science from Sciences Po in Paris and works predominantly issues related to contentious politics and state-society relationships in the Middle East.
Gade has previously worked as a Max Weber postdoctoral fellow at the European University Institute in Florence, and as a senior lecturer at the Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages at the University of Oslo. She has conducted in-depth fieldwork in Lebanon and Iraq, and has resided in Egypt and Syria.
2008 - 2014 PhD in Political Science (summa cum laude), Centre de Recherches Internationales (CERI), Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po), France. Title: The crisis of the political-religious field in Tripoli, Lebanon (1967-2011)
2007 - 2008 Research Master in Comparative Politics, Specialization "Muslim World". Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po), France
2016 - Senior Research Fellow, Norwegian Institute for International Affairs (NUPI)
2016 - 2018 Max Weber Post-doctoral Fellow, RSCAS, European University Institute
2015 - 2017 Associated doctor, CERI, Sciences Po Paris
2015 - 2016 Senior Lecturer, Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo
2014 Lecturer, Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo
2008 - 2013 Instructor, Sciences Po Paris University College2008-2011 Funded PhD student (“Allocataire de recherche”), SciencesPo Paris-CERI
Publications All publications
Publication | 2019
This research note analyses the internal and external factors that led to Al-Jama‘a al-Islamiyya‘s loss of its only parliamentary seat in 2018. Al-Ja1
Publication | 2019
At the beginning of the recent escalation of hostilities in Libya in April 2019, one of the key questions posed was what role, if any, qu1
Islam Keeping Violent Jihadism at Bay in Times of Daesh: State Religious Institutions in Lebanon, Morocco and Saudi Arabia since 2013Publication | 2019
Can official Islamic institutions play a role to curb Sunni jihadi violence? Most Arab governments have granted a role to such institutions in recent1
Publication | 2018
One common demand in the 2011 uprisings in the MENA region was the call for ‘freedom, dignity, and social justice.’ Citizens rallied against corrupt1
Publication : ARTIKKEL | 2018
This article assesses how social movement continuity may vary in non-democratic and repressive contexts. Using a single case study of Islamist networ1
Projects All projects
Research project | 2021 - 2025 (Ongoing)
In recent years, in response to the rise of ISIS, governments in the Middle East have begun to control the religious spheres in their countries more tightly. In Egypt, for example, President Abdulfatt...
Research project | 2021 - 2024 (Ongoing)
The main objective of the RUSMENA project is to examine Russian power practices in the Middle East and Northern Africa (MENA) region between 2011 and 2021....
Preventing Violent Extremism in the Balkans and the MENA: Strengthening Resilience in Enabling Environments (PREVEX)Research project | 2019 - 2022 (Ongoing)
The overarching objective of PREVEX is to put forward more fine-tuned and effective approaches to preventing violent extremism. ...
Research project | 2017 - 2020 (Completed)
HYRES studies the interaction between Islamist movements and the state in the cases of Iraq, Lebanon, Libya and Mali, and is designed to answer the following question: Why do some Islamist groups purs...
Research project | 2016 - 2020 (Completed)
EPOS aims to bring about a systematic problem shift in how power politics are studied by moving analytical focus from states' power resources and systemic features of world politics to the actual...
Events All events
EventWed 11 Dec 2019Time: 09:00 Europe/Oslo | Location: NUPI
Over the past months, popular protests have shaken the rulers of Algeria, Lebanon, Iran and Iraq. In this breakfast seminar, NUPI researchers discuss the nature of the protests and the prospects for change.
EventMon 16 Apr 2018Time: 10:30 Europe/Oslo | Location: NUPI
Professor Olivier Roy visits NUPI to give a lecture on the characteristics and drivers of Islamist radicalisation in European societies.
EventWed 24 Aug 2016Time: 11:00 Europe/Oslo | Location: NUPI
With the Syrian war, Lebanon has received 1,5 million refugees and become a buffer state against IS’ Jihadism. What explains the country’s resilience against a violent spill-over from Syria?
EventTue 31 May 2016Time: 10:00 Europe/Oslo | Location: NUPI
What was the role of external powers during the Arab Spring?
Articles All articles
14 Jun 2022
The NUPI project 'Russian repertoires of power in the MENA region' (RUSMENA) organized a two-day roundtable in Italy.
2 Jun 2022
NUPI is looking to expand its research on the Middle East. We are therefore seeking a candidate for a three-year PhD position on the Middle East poli1
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?