How should the UN handle the political economy of civil war?
To mark the 5th Anniversary of the UN-World Bank report “Pathways for Peace”, NUPI in partnership with the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, UN and World Bank will arrange a virtual consultation with mostly European researchers, practitioners, and policymakers on 4 April 2023 from 15:00-16:30 CET.
Norway served as an elected member of the UN Security Council from 2021 – 2022. Norway identified four priority areas during its period on the Council, including Climate Security. This seminar will take stock of what Norway has achieved in this area and on the lessons that can be learned from this experience for others that will be working on this agenda in future.
The rule of law and democracy in Europe are under threat. What can the EU and Norway do?
How can the Escazú Agreement contribute to democracy building?
Tunisia was the only country that started developing as a democracy after the Arab Spring. Several important institutions were established to safeguard a democratic development, not least freedom of speech and free media. Today, however, the country is sliding towards authoritarianism. What happened, and what is the role of the media and journalism in Tunisia's withering democracy?
The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and NUPI have the pleasure of inviting you to the Norwegian Foreign Policy Conference 2023, 21 March at Sentralen, Oslo.
How has Sayyid Qutb’s book 'Milestones' inspired radical youth and armed JIhadi groups around the world?
How has the Russian foreign policy debate changed, and how is it shaped by the European debate on Russia?
What is the motivation for the foreign fighters in Ukraine and which challenges do they meet in the war?