EMPRISE studies the role of the importance of power at sea for the formation of empires and states from 1500-1856.
The ISPO Workshop Series will develop new and innovative analytical tools and vocabularies to help understand current developments in global politics.
Protection of Civilians: From Principle to Practice
The project is expected to contribute to strengthen NUPI’s research on emerging powers and on the interlinkages between business and foreign policy.
BRAGS seeks to understand the drivers behind Brazilian humanitarian action and participation in peacekeeping and peacebuilding activities.
Developments in the last fifteen years have driven renewed interest in hegemonic-stability and power-transition theory. The persistence of US-centered primacy during the 1990s produced new arguments for the stability of unipolar orders recent attention to the rise of China has made the dynamics of power...
The project seeks to identify Global Wealth Chains that are the articulation of organized activities between individuals or international entities, developed countries, developing countries, and tax havens.