The Cyber Security forum at NUPI has the pleasure of inviting you to a seminar exploring what often is referred to the fourth industrial revolution: The Internet of Things. How do we govern it?
What have we learnt in the past 150 years of terrorism and counter terrorism? We has the pleasure of welcoming to a seminar with Professor of Political Economy Nick Sitter. He will talk about his new book about the history of terrorism.
A two years long Norwegian-Swedish project has come to an end, and this seminar takes a closer look at globalization, energy transition and institutions of global energy governance.
What relevance does UN peacekeeping have for conflict management today? NUPI has the pleasure of inviting you to a seminar and panel discussion about the new book “UN Peacekeeping doctrine in a new era”, co-edited by two of NUPI's researchers.
The Consortium for Research on Terrorism and International Crime in cooperation with NUPI's seminar series Norway meets Europe has the pleasure to invite to a seminar with Francesco Strazzari, who will overview critical aspects in the current debate on counterterrorism in Europe.
António Guterres is the new UN Secretary-General, President-elect Donald Trump is about to enter The White House, the world is witness to a range of big conflicts. How should the UN move from here?
NUPI has the pleasure of inviting you to a seminar with Mark Raymond, Assistant Professor at the University of Oklahoma.
The line between truth and lies is often elusive in political asylum matters. Carol Bohmer will look at the problems related to deception and suspicion in asylum matters.
What may explain both the rapid rise and precipitous fall of a political organisation
The Consortium for Research on Terrorism and International Crime has the pleasure to invite to a seminar with Peter Simi, University of Nebraska in Omaha