Do regional politics around border-crossing ecosystems share important resemblances and differ in significant ways from global politics?
The International Panel on Arctic Environmental Responsibility is an independent and free-standing body tasked with assessing the environmental status of oil, gas, and mining companies in the Arctic.
The Market for Anarchy project seeks to better understand how state behaviour is shaped by assessments of and responses to different types of risks.
GPARC aims to provide up-to-date academic and policy analyses of how major powers (USA, Russia, China) set parameters for and intervene in the maritime politics of the Arctic.
We know little about the role of science and business actors in contemporary Arctic governance. This project seeks to address this gap.
What roles can the Nordic countries play in China’s emerging European engagement?
NUPIBAL promotes gender equality at NUPI.
EPOS aims to bring about a systematic problem shift in how power politics are studied by moving analytical focus from states' power resources and systemic features of world politics to the actual repertoires through which states engage one another.
GR:EEN will study the current and future role of the EU in an emerging multi-polar world through a programme of stock-taking, multi-disciplinary research and complementary activities.
This project aims to identify and reconcile differences in perceptions and practices of sustainability in Northern Norway and Arctic Russia, providing a baseline for cross-border dialogue and collaboration amongst players related to petroleum extraction.