What are cyberspace operations? In what ways is conflict in this “domain” different from conflict in physical domain? And how do cyberspace operations relate to information warfare, what are the similarities and differences?
Michael Sulmeyer, Director for Belfer Center's Cyber Project, is visiting NUPI to discuss cyber security and international politics.
Chinese tech giants are increasingly visible and established in the European market. Are we ready for all that this implies?
Michael Chertoff shares his experiences from his time as United States Secretary of Homeland Security, and he will talk about how we best can secure critical infrastructure against cyber attacks.
As a run-up to the NATO Summit in Brussels in July, NUPI invites you to this seminar on the challenges NATO is facing.
PM Ana Brnabić visits NUPI to give her perspective on Serbia’s hope and status on joining the EU.
Albin Kurti visits NUPI to talk about Kosovo and the political change in the country.
Politically motivated cyber-attacks are on the rise internationally. Such attacks can cause serious damage to the most sensitive security organizations and critical infrastructures. As a result, cyber is now often regarded as the fifth warfare and defense dimension after land, sea, air and space.
Montenegro is about to become NATOs 29th member, and is the first country from the Western Balkans to join since Croatia in 2009. Minister of European Affairs of Montenegro visits NUPI to share his view of the situation.
During the first three months of his presidency, Donald Trump’s security policy has diverted from his campaign promises.
Is NATO delivering? NUPI researcher Karsten Friis provides a thorough assessment of the on-going debates and discussions taking place within and outside of NATO in Europe and North America in his most recent book. Welcome to this book launch seminar.
NUPI has the pleasure of welcoming the award-winning Wired reporter Ms. Kim Zetter to speak about the use of digital weapons. The focus of her talk will be on the digital attack on the Iranian nuclear facility in January 2010. The attack, later named Stuxnet, caused physical destruction and has become...
Topic for the third and last seminar in the seminar series on NATO will focus on Nordic security.
New societal vulnerabilities and new risks and threats require an agile national crisis management organization.Finland and Norway have addressed these challenges differently. What can we learn from Finland?
Are the reforms and initiatives that were decided at the 2014 NATO Wales Summit being implemented as planned? This is the topic for this NUPI seminar, the first in a series of three concerning NATO.
What has lead to the political scandals and democratic regression that has marred Macedonia over the last years?