During the first three months of his presidency, Donald Trump’s security policy has diverted from his campaign promises.
Is NATO delivering? NUPI researcher Karsten Friis provides a thorough assessment of the on-going debates and discussions taking place within and outside of NATO in Europe and North America in his most recent book. Welcome to this book launch seminar.
Emmanuel Macron will govern France for the coming years. Christian Lequesne visits NUPI to talk about the outcome of the election.
NUPI has the pleasure of inviting you to a seminar marking the end of the project "Local government budgeting reforms in Russia: Implications and Tensions (BUDRUS)”.
NUPI has the pleasure of hosting the presentations of this year’s Asian Development Outlook. What challenges are middle-income economies facing?
This is the title of the new book from Professor of International Relations at the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna, Markus Kornprobst, who is coming to NUPI to talk about it.
NUPI has the pleasure of inviting Kasper Hoffmann from University of Copenhagen to talk about armed groups in DR Congo, and how they use taxation in their constitution of public authority.
What are the reasons for the failing EU drive in Serbia and the Western Balkans? Is the war-prone rhetoric by the political elites backed up by public opinion? What are the prospects for democracy and stability after the presidential elections 2. April 2017?
“If you’re looking at a frightened woman in a brothel…”: Jennifer Lobasz, is visiting NUPI on 17 March to talk about her current book project ‘Strange Bedfellows: Evangelicals, Feminists, and the Fight against Human Trafficking’.
In this theory seminar Dr Madeline Carr will present her paper on attribution and international society in cyber security as understood by Hedley Bull where she uses cyber space as a case study.