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Options for Arctic governance in difficult weather

PODCAST: What options are there for moving Arctic governance forward, and what needs to be done first?
  • The Arctic
  • Governance
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New research
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New research

Hvor mye hjelp kan Norge få i krig?

Vi kan ikke lenger lene oss på at NATO-stormaktene skal redde oss i en krigssituasjon, ifølge en ny NUPI-rapport av Ståle Ulriksen.
  • Defence
  • Security policy
  • NATO
  • Europe
  • The Nordic countries
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New research
Articles
New research

Russian media downplays Arctic freeze

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has led to a freeze in cooperation within the Arctic Council. NUPI researchers have taken a closer look at how the Russian media and analysts present the situation to domestic audiences.
  • Security policy
  • Foreign policy
  • Russia and Eurasia
  • The Arctic
  • Climate
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News
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News

Kristin Haugevik appointed Research Professor

NUPI researcher Kristin Haugevik has been promoted to Research Professor.
  • Defence
  • NATO
  • Diplomacy
  • Foreign policy
  • Europe
  • The Nordic countries
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Analysis
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Analysis

The past, present and future of Peacekeeping

What can we say about UN Peacekeeping after 75 years of operations? In this episode of the NUPI podcast The World Stage, experts give their take on the missions and what their future look like.
  • Africa
  • Peace operations
  • Conflict
  • Fragile states
  • Nation-building
  • United Nations
  • AU
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News
Articles
News

Rethink territory: How Ukraine can redefine victory

Victory can be achieved in steps or dimensions, such as a vibrant democracy, a growing economy, societal welfare, as well as territorial liberation, writes Karsten Friis.
  • Defence and security
  • Defence
  • Security policy
  • Europe
  • Russia and Eurasia
  • Conflict
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Articles

PODCAST: How to Become a Hegemon

The World Stage unpacks great power politics and how a potential hegemon can attract allies.
  • Defence
  • International economics
  • Foreign policy
  • Europe
  • Asia
  • North America
  • Governance
  • Historical IR
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New research
Articles
New research

How climate change redraws peace and security

Novel research collaboration and dissemination illustrate how climate impacts conflict.
  • Conflict
  • Climate
  • United Nations
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New research
Articles
New research

How to ensure European security amid global turmoil?

In an increasingly complex and multi-faceted world, Europe’s ability to secure its interests goes beyond traditional military capabilities.
  • Defence and security
  • Defence
  • Security policy
  • Europe
  • The EU

Climate, Peace and Security Research Paper: Insights on Climate, Peace and Security

Climate change is transforming and redefining the global security and development landscape. United Nations member states are increasingly acknowledging that the impacts of climate change have implications for international peace and security. The growing recognition of this link has been reflected by the UN Security Council adopting over 70 related resolutions and presidential statements since 2017.
  • Conflict
  • Climate
  • United Nations
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