What will be the consequences of Taliban's takeover in Afghanistan with regards to migration?
How do local communities experience the Taliban vis a vis questions of security? What did the police reform look like before the Taliban takeover, and will there be a role for the police under Taliban?
The 2021 September State Duma elections are occurring in an atmosphere of rising repressions against political opposition activists in Russia. Popular anti-Kremlin candidates are not allowed to run. Can elections still play a role in the legitimation strategy of the regime when the popular choice is so limited?
Extremist actors have been some of the earliest adopters of the Internet and recognised its potential as a communications and mobilisation tool. While a growing body of evidence suggests that the Internet is a key facilitator of violent extremism, research in this area has rarely incorporated former extremists’ experiences with the Internet when they were involved in violent extremism.
The issue of protection of critical infrastructure has been put higher on the national and international agendas by several recent international and national developments.
At this webinar we take a closer look at the findings from the report Integrating Cyber Security into the Digital Development Agenda, with presentations from the authors, Melissa Hathaway og Francesca Spidalieri.
On the border between Poland and Belarus we now see a new phenomenon: the use of migrants as a political tool in a state's foreign policy.
In this theory seminar, Marit Tolo Østebø presents from her latest book Village Gone Viral: Understanding the Spread of Policy Models in a Digital Age.
What are the humanitarian needs of the Syrian people now? And how can the international community best help?
One of the more salient aspects of the current pandemic is the deep distrust in governments and elites it has exposed. In this seminar Teun van Dongen investigates this ‘resistance movement’ that opposes the Covid-19 restrictions.