This project will examine whether Russian energy actors are aware of the possibility of swift decarbonization of the global energy supply, what consequences they think it would have for demand for Russian fossil fuels exports and what measures they are implementing in order to hedge against such a development.
The International Panel on Arctic Environmental Responsibility is an independent and free-standing body tasked with assessing the environmental status of oil, gas, and mining companies in the Arctic.
This project provides political economy analyses of eleven countries deemed important to Norwegian development cooperation.
The main aim of this collaborative project (PISM and NUPI) is to map the Polish and Norwegian approaches towards various types of security related challenges in the European and regional context.
The project examines the geopolitical consequences of a large-scale transition to renewable energy, both in terms of the fading of old energy and geopolitical patterns and systems and the emergence of new ones.
This project aims to explore how structural changes in the surroundings, in form of increased integration between different energy sources and regions, is managed by international organizations.
We know little about the role of science and business actors in contemporary Arctic governance. This project seeks to address this gap.
The project analysed how trade integration is related to geopolitics and Russia's possible turn towards Asia.
The project consists of a wide range of activities including capacity-building of the OSCE Academy as a regional meeting point for research and education, support for two MA programmes in Politics and Security and Economic Governance and Development and research activities.
The purpose of the project is to strengthen the capacity of the Myanmar Institute of Strategic and International Studies (MISIS) to carry out research on foreign policy issues of importance to Myanmar and contribute policy development.
The Russian petroleum industry is facing alarming trends. Upstream, decreasing size of discoveries and a falling recovery rate challenges Russia's ability to maintain its petroleum production.
RUSSCASP aims to examine driving forces shaping Russian and Caspian energy exports, energy developments in the High North and the potential role of foreign energy companies in these regions.