How is energy policy in the Nordic-Baltic region affected by changing threat perceptions and responses to security challenges posed by Russia?
Steven Blockmans, Garvan Walshe and Øystein Bø are visiting NUPI to share their insights and perspectives on Brexit, the possible implications for Norway, and how it may impact the EU’s Common Security and Defense Policy (CSDP).
What are the consequences of American distrust in the political elite for international politics? Daniel Drezner and Ole Jacob Sending discusses this and more as a part of NUPIs "Global disorder and distrust" series.
Trade and infrastructure projects are booming in Asia. How may relations between countries in Asia and Europe change?
Michael Kaeding is visiting to NUPI to give a talk on Germany’s current role in the European integration project and the role of the new government.
Amanda Cheney visits NUPI to talk about the term “rule based order” in the South China Sea.
Do national policies and political parties still play a role in the shaping of European and international policies in a globalized world?
Three researchers are visiting NUPI to talk about why the assumption we have about foreign fighters often is incorrect.
How do organisations effectively transform themselves to cope with changing environments? Yuen Yuen Ang presents a new way to think about building adaptive capacity, with lessons from China.
Professor Jens Bartelson will talk about his latest book on how we have perceived war throughout centuries.