Over the past months, popular protests have shaken the rulers of Algeria, Lebanon, Iran and Iraq. In this breakfast seminar, NUPI researchers discuss the nature of the protests and the prospects for change.
If president Trump doesn’t change his mind, the WTO will be in a crisis from 11 December. What has caused the crisis, and can it be resolved?
Professor Alexey Miller give a lecture about Russian memory politics and how memory politics is used and can be understood in relation to the international context.
This event has been cancelled due to unforeseen events.
How can correctional institutions and the wider society prevent radicalization behind bars?
We hear a lot about the slowing of China’s economic growth and the trade war with USA. How do Chinese researchers view the situation and what does it mean for other countries and Norway?
Dr Ekaterina Sokirianskaia, will present her book project on the situation in North Caucasus.
To mark the establishment of the Centre of Historical International Politics (CHIP) at NUPI, we have the pleasure of inviting you to a talk with Dr George Lawson on ‘Anatomies of revolution’.
Dr George Lawson from the London School of Economics and Political Science will present a paper on ‘Global History and International Relations’.
Milan Obaidi presents research that highlights individual personality characteristics as important when trying to understand the process of radicalization.