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Bjørnar Sverdrup-Thygeson

Bjørnar

Sverdrup-Thygeson

Former employee

bstSPAMFILTER@nupi.no

+(47) 920 28 674

C.J. Hambros plass 2 D

Postboks 7024 St. Olavs Plass, 0130 OSLO

Bjørnar Sverdrup-Thygeson is interested and engaged in research on a broad specter of topics related to Chinese foreign policy, and the rise of new powers in the international system.

He is currently doing research on EU-China relations and Nordic countries foreign policy towards China.  Earlier works include investigations into the EU’s view of the US’ Pivot to Asia, analysis of the impact of Liu Xiaob's Nobel Peace Prize on Norwegian–Chinese trade relations, China's Africa policy and Chinese diplomacy during the Song Dynasty.

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2014- PhD in International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science. Thseis: 'The Identity Factor in China-Europe Relations'
2013-2014 Language studies and research, Chinese Language Program, Sichuan University, Chengdu, PR China
2012-2013 MSc in Modern Chinese Studies, University of Oxford
2010-2012 MSc in International Relations, Norwegian University of Life Sciences
2011-2012 Chinese Language Program Exchange studies, fall semester. Tsinghua University, Beijing, PR China
2007-2010 BA in International Studies, University of Oslo

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2014 - Research Fellow, Norwegian Institute of international Affairs
2014- Seminar leader and guest lecturer. Teaching at the MSc programme in International Relations. Courses EDS 302, 372, and 374. Norwegian University of Life Sciences
2015- Guest lecturer lecturing on China and identity politics, Bjørknes University College
2014- Course Coordinator and lecturer, responsible for the International Politics course of the International Summer School, University of Oslo
2011-2012 Intern, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs

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Bjørnar  Sverdrup-Thygeson

Chinese foeign policy, Chinese diplomacy, tradel, China, diplomacy

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