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Afrika

NUPIs forskning på Afrika er mangfoldig. Spørsmål knyttet til sosial og økonomisk utvikling står sentralt.

Dette omfatter grunnleggende spørsmål om betingelsene for statsdannelse og demokrati, og konkrete studier av enkeltland og områder. Hvordan land på vei ut av konflikter kan unngå tilbakefall, og hvilken rolle internasjonale fredsoperasjoner spiller i slike sammenhenger, er også viktige temaer i NUPIs forskning. Her er særlig FNs og den Afrikanske Unions roller i Afrika viktig.
Minoo  Koefoed
Forskere

Minoo Koefoed

Seniorforsker

Minoo Koefoed har doktorgrad i freds og utviklingsforskning fra Institusjonen for Globale Studier ved Gøteborg Universitet. Hennes doktorgradsavha...

  • Security policy
  • Development policy
  • The Middle East and North Africa
  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Conflict
  • Migration
  • Climate
  • Security policy
  • Development policy
  • The Middle East and North Africa
  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Conflict
  • Migration
  • Climate
Arrangement
10:00 - 12:00
Litteraturhuset, Wergelandsalen
Norsk
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Arrangement
10:00 - 12:00
Litteraturhuset, Wergelandsalen
Norsk
27. mar. 2023
Arrangement
10:00 - 12:00
Litteraturhuset, Wergelandsalen
Norsk

Innspillsmøte om ny norsk Afrika-strategi

Regjeringen starter nå arbeidet med utviklingen av en ny norsk Afrika-strategi, og ønsker innspill fra aktører som er engasjert i Afrika. Utenriksdepartementet i samarbeid med Norsk Utenrikspolitisk Institutt (NUPI) inviterer til et åpent innspillsmøte, der representanter for regjeringen, relevante institusjoner og nærings- og organisasjonsliv deltar.

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Assessing the Effectiveness of the Multinational Joint Task Force

The overall assessment is that the MNJTF is, to a degree, effectively attaining its mandate priorities. As a result of the efforts of the MNJTF there is a decline in the number of terrorist attacks and fatalities in the region.

  • Afrika
  • Fredsoperasjoner
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  • Afrika
  • Fredsoperasjoner
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Forskningsprosjekt
2023 - 2027 (Pågående)

The EU Navigating Multilateral Cooperation (NAVIGATOR)

Hvordan endrer globalt samarbeid seg i en periode med store forandringer, og hva betyr dette for EU?...

  • Security policy
  • NATO
  • Cyber
  • Globalisation
  • Regional integration
  • Europe
  • Russia and Eurasia
  • Africa
  • Asia
  • North America
  • Peace operations
  • Migration
  • Climate
  • Governance
  • International organizations
  • The EU
  • United Nations
  • AU
  • Security policy
  • NATO
  • Cyber
  • Globalisation
  • Regional integration
  • Europe
  • Russia and Eurasia
  • Africa
  • Asia
  • North America
  • Peace operations
  • Migration
  • Climate
  • Governance
  • International organizations
  • The EU
  • United Nations
  • AU
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Special Issue on the Evolving Nature of African-Led Peace Support Operations and African Armies

Key Questions • How has the evolution of African-led PSOs on the continent shaped Africa’s security response to insecurity? • How has African-led PSO influenced the identity of African armies and their responses to insecurity in Africa over the last two decades? • Does the experience of African-led PSOs drive military actors' decision-making during times of crisis? What impact (if any) does African-led PSO have on African military professionalism?

  • Afrika
  • Fredsoperasjoner
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  • Afrika
  • Fredsoperasjoner
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Publikasjoner
Rapport

A quest to win the hearts and minds: Assessing the Effectiveness of the Multinational Joint Task Force

In January 2015, the African Union (AU) authorised the Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF) as a regional security arrangement of the Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC) to deal with the threat of Boko Haram (BH) in the Lake Chad region. Its mandate includes the responsibility of ensuring a safe and secure environment in the areas affected by the BH insurgency, reducing violent attacks against civilians, facilitating stabilisation programmes in the Lake Chad region, facilitating humanitarian operations and the provision of assistance to affected populations. To achieve its mandate, the MNJTF undertakes both kinetic and non-kinetic operations. Its mandate has been renewed yearly since 2015, and in December 2022, the AU renewed its mandate for another 12 months. This report assesses the effectiveness of the MNJTF in delivering on its three mandate priorities to generate recommendations for the enhancement of the MNJTF´s overall effectiveness.

  • Afrika
  • Fredsoperasjoner
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  • Afrika
  • Fredsoperasjoner
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Publikasjoner

Africa in 2022

Dr Andrew E. Yaw Tchie shares his assessment on what have been the most significant issues shaping Africa in 2022.

  • Afrika
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  • Afrika
Aktuelt
Nyhet
Aktuelt
Nyhet

Radikalisering og motstandsdyktighet i Mali og Sahel

Hvordan ser motstandsdyktigheten mot radikalisering og voldelige ekstremisme ut i Mali og i Sahel? Og hva driver spredningen av ekstremisme i disse områdene?
  • Terrorisme og ekstremisme
  • Afrika
  • Fred, krise og konflikt
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Publikasjoner

Focus on Africa: Security in West Africa

Dr Andrew E. Yaw Tchie discusses recent peace and security developments in West Africa (from min. 32:08).

  • Afrika
  • Konflikt
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  • Afrika
  • Konflikt
Publikasjoner
Publikasjoner

Waging Peace, towards an Africa Union Stabilisation Strategy for Somalia

Over the last few years, successful military operations across Somalia have helped to unshackle towns south of Mogadishu from al Shabaab, demonstrating the capacity of the African Union Mission to Somalia (amisom) to achieve parts of its mandate. However, friction between the Federal Government of Somalia and the Federal Member States have heightened tensions and rifts over elections, state management and overall security, despite significant international support. Despite amisom s efforts, the legacies of the 1990s civil war have remained unresolved, and state restoration has been disrupted by political, clannish, environmental and structural challenges. In contrast, al Shabaab remains adaptable, resilient and exploits grievances, local dynamics, and competition over resources. This paper argues, the African Union (AU) Peace and Security Council needs to re-mandate and reinforce amisom in conjunction with an AU stabilisation strategy for Somalia which exploits experiences from the AU’s Regional Stabilisation Strategy for the Lake Chad Basin.

  • Afrika
  • Fredsoperasjoner
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  • Afrika
  • Fredsoperasjoner
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