The policy brief examines the rise of ad-hoc security initiatives (ASIs) as an established type of collective security mechanism. ASIs are intended t1
Georgia`s foreign policy, especially the implementation of international agreements, is best understood in the context of domestic contestation among1
The article conceptualises the Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr as a big man to explain his proven capability for navigating the hazardous terrain of Iraq1
What does the public experience as the greatest challenges for Norway? And how should they be handled? Where does the public stand in the question ab1
This Op Ed argues that framing Georgia’s far right as a unified pro-Russian actor obscures complex local problems.
This policy paper provides a structured comparative analysis of the nationalist populist actors, discourses and strategies in three Associated Eas1
Studies dealing with EU security and defence policy tend to focus exclusively on what is formally included in the Union’s Common Security and Defence1
In a time of global challenges, rising geopolitical tensions and a weakening of the traditional trans-Atlantic security community, we can expect pres1