Who is responsible when Norwegians are in trouble abroad, such as Frode Berg in Russia or French and Moland in DR Congo, or in case of natural disasters and terrorist attacks?
How should we ensure credible collective defence of Europe in the Trump era? Welcome to the 20th Military Power seminar, with opening speech from the Minister of Defence, and academic and political debate.
Marcus Holmes visits NUPI to talk about his new book on face-to-face diplomacy.
At this seminar, we will take a closer look at EU’s trade, investment and intellectual property rights policies related to China.
Arjun Chowdhury visits NUPI to discuss his new book “The Myth of International Order: Why weak states persist and alternatives to the state fade away”.
Ian Leigh and Njord Wegge present their new book on the challenges intelligence agencies and their oversight bodies are up against in a changing security environment.
What will the British foreign policy look like after the Brexit negotiations finish next year?
One of the unforeseen consequences of President Trump’s erratic foreign policy has been to push Europe and Asia closer together. This is what Fraser Cameron will argue when he visits NUPI on 19 September.
A downward spiral in Russia-Western relations has ensued after the crises in Ukraine in 2014. What are the consequences and what can be done to de-escalate the tension?
The Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs visits NUPI to talk about the country’s foreign policy towards the EU and Greece's role in the region. This is a closed rountable. Participation by invitation only.