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Mon 6 May 2019
CANCELLED: How can the EU improve its crisis response?Time: 14:00 Location: NUPI
One month ago, the NUPI-led and Horizon 2020-funded research project EUNPACK was finalised. This seminar will provide an opportunity to look back at three years of research and fieldwork to consider the policy implications of its findings.
Fri 3 May 2019
Breakfast seminar: Cyber threats and what to do about them?Time: 09:00 Location: NUPI
Michael Sulmeyer, Director for Belfer Center's Cyber Project, is visiting NUPI to discuss cyber security and international politics.
Wed 24 Apr 2019
Norway and New Zealand - common challenges, common solutions?Time: 14:30 Location: NUPI
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs in New Zealand, Rt. Hon Winston Peters, visits NUPI on 24 April.
Wed 20 Mar 2019
Assessing the EU’s Toolbox in Handling Internal and External ChallengesTime: 10:00 Location: Norway House, Rue Archimède 17, 1000 Brussels
In recent years, the EU has faced several major challenges. Experts meet in Brussels for a roundtable discussion on what tools the Union has to solve these, and what role it can play in the time to come.
Wed 20 Mar 2019
The EU, Migrants and Refugees: Building Walls, Fueling Global Crisis?Time: 13:00 Location: Norway House, Rue Archimède 17, 1000 Brussel
Marking the end of the EUNPACK project, experts will discuss whether the EU’s crisis response in the Middle East and Sahel has been helpful or counterproductive.
Mon 18 Mar 2019
Unpacking the EU’s Integrated Approach to External Conflicts and CrisesTime: 12:30 Location: Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Place du Congrès 1 – 1000 Brussels
A four-year long project is ending, and on 18-19 March the final conference for EUNPACK will take place in Brussels.
Thu 7 Mar 2019
Sheltering, security and small states: Nordic responses to a changing geopolitical contextTime: 13:00 Location: NUPI
How do Nordic states respond to current geopolitical changes in their neighborhood, and what are their options?
Thu 28 Feb 2019
Theory seminar: Face-to-Face Diplomacy: Social Neuroscience and International RelationsTime: 13:15 Location: NUPI
Marcus Holmes visits NUPI to talk about his new book on face-to-face diplomacy.
Wed 27 Feb 2019
Breakfast seminar: Can blockchain save journalism?Time: 09:00 Location: NUPI
Professional journalism is under pressure worldwide. Walid Al-Saqaf argues that the underlying technology for Bitcoin could be a solution to the problem.
Tue 12 Feb 2019
Ever looser union? Differentiation in European integrationTime: 14:00 Location: NUPI
Professor Frank Schimmelfennig is visiting NUPI to discuss differentiated integration, which has become a core feature of European integration.
Wed 6 Feb 2019
Chinese cyber security and consequences for EuropeTime: 09:00 Location: NUPI
Chinese tech giants are increasingly visible and established in the European market. Are we ready for all that this implies?
Wed 6 Feb 2019
Chinese and Nordic Priorities in the SDG 2030 AgendaTime: 13:00 Location: Studentsenteret, Universitetet i Bergen
NUPI and CMI researchers meet in Bergen to discuss their ongoing work on Chinese and Nordic efforts towards the Sustainable Development Agenda. Erik Solheim, former leader of UN Environment, will comment and share insights from his vast development-related experiences.
Fri 1 Feb 2019
Energy security in Europe: How can Norway and Poland contribute?Time: 10:30 Location: NUPI
A new Polish-Norwegian cooperation will contribute to increased energy security in Europe. The Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Kjell-Børge Freiberg, meets his Polish counterpart to talk about the new gas corridor between Norway and Poland.
Wed 30 Jan 2019
China and the nuclear crises in Iran and North KoreaTime: 14:00 Location: NUPI
The nuclear deal with Iran is in crisis, and talks on the North Korean nuclear program has made little progress. At the same time, China is well on its way to become one of the world’s most powerful states. How important is it for China to prevent any further proliferation of nuclear weapons?
Fri 25 Jan 2019
Europe through the Russian TV lensTime: 09:00 Location: NUPI
What images of Europe does Russian TV convey to its viewers? What are the dominant Russian media narratives on Europe?
Fri 25 Jan 2019
Theory Seminar: Political Memory and State Power – Holocaust Remembrance after CommunismTime: 13:15 Location: NUPI
Jelena Subotic will talk about her project that investigates the strength and limits of state power in regulating contested political memory.
Wed 23 Jan 2019
Science diplomacy and security in the ArcticTime: 09:00 Location: Arena, Clarion Hotel The Edge, Tromsø
At this year's Arctic Frontiers, we will take a closer look at diplomacy and security in the Arctic.
Thu 13 Dec 2018
Fragility, conflict and climate change in Mali and SahelTime: 09:00 Location: NUPI
The combined effects of fragile states, conflict, and climate change pose severe challenges to development and governance. What does this mean for Mali and the larger Sahel region?
Wed 12 Dec 2018
Preventing terrorism through risk assessments – a UK perspectiveTime: 12:00 Location: NUPI
How does the UK’s counter-terrorism strategy play out in in real-life, and what's the (potential) role of risk assessments in the prevention of terrorism? Marek Hubert, former academic and a current Police Officer, visits NUPI to talk about these issues.
Fri 7 Dec 2018
Theory Seminar: Protest Diffusion During the 1919 Egyptian RevolutionTime: 13:15 Location: NUPI
Neil Ketchley will discuss his latest article on the diffusion of protest in a population.