Resource rich countries often fail to secure a fair share of their natural resource wealth. In 'Many Ways to Lose a Billion', Don Hubert sets out a revenue risk assessment framework, and an extensive collection of real-world case studies designed to help resource-rich countries stop tax avoidance.
What are the biggest global challenges to the stability of cyberspace today? To what extent can norms and policy development guide responsible state and non-state behavior in cyberspace? And what are the best arenas for producing such norms and guidance?
PM Ana Brnabić visits NUPI to give her perspective on Serbia’s hope and status on joining the EU.
What does the current state of play regarding the IS strategic communication operations look like?
Hacking, fake news and propaganda has become more and more visible in world affairs. Often Russia is singled out as the main culprit. Does this assumption show the whole picture?
In cooperation with the Norwegian Network for Asian Studies, NUPI invites you to this talk on the ‘Doomsday Clock’ and the threat of a global nuclear war.
Andreas Aagaard Nøhr, PhD Candidate on International Relations at LSE visits NUPI to talk about post-truth politics.
Dr Jeppe Mulich visits NUPI to present his ongoing research on empires and privateering in the Greater Caribbean.
Professor Klaus Schlichte presents findings from his ongoing research on the role and relevance of Max Weber to understand internationalised rule.
China's president has now started his second term at power. What is the future outlook for the country's economy? And how does Japan perceive its neighbour?