Follow us online on 10 October for a conversation on the Nordic approach to the security situation in Europe.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 has changed the security of the Black Sea region forever.
What are the consequences of the changing security landscape for security in the north? At this year’s Military Power Seminar, we invite you to a debate on the important political issues related to security in Norway’s immediate neighbourhood.
Join us when Nikolai Sokov will talk about how such a regime would have made it more difficult for Russia to concentrate long-range conventional weapons vis-à-vis Ukraine before the invasion.
How can the presidential election in Brazil affect international cooperation to preserve the Amazon rainforest?
A key motivation behind economic sanctions has traditionally been to promote political change, either by pressure on regimes or by supporting political opposition. To what extent have sanctions succeeded in this endeavour?
With the decline of open climate denialism – is delay the new denial?
NUPI's Center for Historical International Politics (CHIP) invites you to this seminar with Jens Bartelson.
Young jihadis has been convicted of membership in a terrorist organization. How has the radicalization process been for these teens? And what has been done to de-radicalize them?
Join us on the 30th of August for an illuminating look into the role taxation and state fragility play in modern state-building.