Marianne RiddervoldResearch Professor (part time)
Marianne Riddervold is a research professor (part time) in NUPI’s Research Group on Security and Defence. She is also professor in political science/international relations at the Inland School of Business and Social Sciences and a senior fellow at the UC Berkeley Institute of European Studies.
Riddervold's research interests include EU foreign and security policies, international relations and security, maritime security, transatlantic relations and theory development within the fields of international relations and European integration.
13.05.2020The Covid-19 crisis and its wide-ranging consequences illustrate the importance of understanding how the EU responds to crises. Drawing on a forthcoming book, Marianne Riddervold (NUPI), Jarle Trondal (University of Agder and ARENA) and Akasemi Newsome (UC Berkeley) discuss the potential long-term impact...
- Jarle Trondal
- Aksemi Newsome
28.04.2020Read our briefs and expert commentary on how Covid-19 affects developing countries and international affairs.
Balancing between integration and autonomy. Understanding the drivers and mechanisms of EU's foreign, security and defense policy (EUFLEX)2019 - 2021 (Ongoing)
The project will investigate the ongoing process towards differentiated integration in European foreign, security and defence policy.