Norway and the EU towards 2030 is a three-year project led by the Department for Europe and Trade (European Policy Section) in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with NUPI as an external partner.
The purpose of the project is to contribute to competence enhancement, analysis and debate on topics and policy areas where developments in the EU are of particular importance to Norwegian interests.
The project will work on developments within four main topics: 1) EU foreign, security and defence policy; 2) EU's Green Deal; 3) the EU's work on health preparedness; and 4) Democracy and the rule of law in the EU
The project will also host regular seminars within the framework of NUPI's seminar series on European issues.
Anne Applebaum and Ulf Sverdrup are guests in this episode og Civita's podcast.
On 14th June, a group of experts met in Oslo to discuss NATO and Nordic Security.
On the 21 of March 2022, the Council of the EU adopted a Strategic Compass, a roadmap for the EU to become a stronger security and defence actor. But what does this really mean, and does it change the EUs role as a security actor in any significant way?
In this new episode of The World Stage, Jarand Rystad, Jakub M. Godzimirski and Ulf Sverdrup take a closer look at European dependence of Russian gas and the possibilities that lies within Europe.
The World Stage had a chance to talk to NATO General Jörg Vollmer and Lieutenant General Yngve Odlo about the challenges that Russia represents in the Baltic and High North Regions, and how NATO and Norway can best respond.