What possibilities exist for Estonian-Norwegian bilateral cooperation in the United Nations Security Council?
Which areas of cooperation are being prioritised as the UK leaves the European Union, and how can the relationship be expected to develop in the coming years?
In this theory seminar, Maria Mälksoo examines “the fourth wave” of deterrence studies.
When do states resort to soft balancing (relying on institutional and economic instruments) rather than hard balancing (relying on formal military alliances and intense arms buildups)? When do they combine both? What are the differences and similarities between the 20th and 21st century cases of soft...
How do Nordic states respond to current geopolitical changes in their neighborhood, and what are their options?
Marcus Holmes visits NUPI to talk about his new book on face-to-face diplomacy.
The British government’s decision to withdraw from the European Union (EU) in 2016 marks a watershed in the history of European integration. What will Brexit mean for the Nordic countries?
Steven Blockmans, Garvan Walshe and Øystein Bø are visiting NUPI to share their insights and perspectives on Brexit, the possible implications for Norway, and how it may impact the EU’s Common Security and Defense Policy (CSDP).
In this timely seminar, Professor Rebecca Adler-Nissen from the University of Copenhagen will speak about how EU opt-out arrangements work in practice, with the hot cases of Britain and Denmark as examples.
The launching of "Internasjonal Politikk" no. 3, focuses on the relationship between the Nordic countries and China.
In this seminar Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska will present a well-informed assessment of the impact of the results of the British BREXIT vote for the future of the UK and the future of the European integration project.
In this seminar, Dr. Julie Smith from the University of Cambridge will present her views on the ongoing EU-debate in Britain, as well as on Britain's future in Europe.