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.
NUPI has the pleasure of inviting you to a theory seminar with Andreas Holmedahl Hvidsten from the Department of International Politics, University of Oslo. He recently defended his doctoral thesis "Beyond Reification and Deconstruction: Towards a Dialogical Approach to Theorizing International Politics". At the theory seminar, Hvidsten will present the final part of his dissertation, which will be distributed to those attending the seminar.
States are often placed in situations in which they have to care for their citizens abroad. The form of this care and what it encompasses, will be discussed in this seminar.
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.
NUPI has the pleasure of inviting you to a theory seminar with Brent Steele, Professor at the Political Science Department, University of Utah.
NUPI has the pleasure of inviting you to a theory seminar with Finn Stepputat, who is a senior researcher at DIIS.
Kirill Rogov, Liberal Mission Foundation, from Moscow visits NUPI to address the issue about relationship between poll results and public opinion in Russia.
The seminar presents output from the research project Trade Integration, Geopolitics and the Economy of Russia, coordinated by NUPI and funded by the Research Council of Norway during 2013-2016. Other project partners have been CEFIR (Center for Economic and Financial Research) and Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy in Moscow, and BOFIT (Bank of Finland Institute for Economics in Transition) in Helsinki. Other contributions from the project are presented at NUPIs Russia Conference on 10th November.
What has been the role of Ennahda, the moderate Tunisian Islamic Party, during the country´s democratic transition? Does Ennahda represent, more broadly, a democratic model for Islamic politics? These are questions to be discussed at a seminar with Abdelfattah Mourou, Tunisian politician, lawyer, Vice-President of the Parliament and co-founder of the Ennahdha Party.
Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) is pleased to invite you to an open seminar where the results from the project "TTIP: Consequences and implications for Norway" will be presented.