Georgia wants closer integration in Western institutions and is also Russia's neighbour. How does this affect Georgia’s foreign policy?
What do we really know about one of the most powerful men in the world after two decades in power?
Dr Ekaterina Sokirianskaia, will present her book project on the situation in North Caucasus.
Journalist Peter Greste was in 2014 arrested in Egypt and charged with terrorism. It ended with 400 days behind bars. Greste argues that this is an extreme example of a much wider global assault on the media, and he emphasizes why it is important that we fight back.
What is the impact of the International Criminal Court's investigation of Russia and Georgia?
A downward spiral in Russia-Western relations has ensued after the crises in Ukraine in 2014. What are the consequences and what can be done to de-escalate the tension?
What factors affect the flow of recruits from the North Caucasus areas to jihadist groups in and outside of Russia?
On 18 March Vladimir Putin will by all appearances be re-elected for a new six-year term as President. What will this mean for Russia?
Irina Busygina is visiting NUPI to talk about Russian foreign policy and how it affects domestic change.
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.
This NUPI seminar will look at the Syrian conflict from different angles and perspectives – from geopolitical dynamics to humanitarian consequences and views from Syrians who fled the war.
How does war become an acceptable undertaking in the Russian polity?
The launching of "Internasjonal Politikk" no. 3, focuses on the relationship between the Nordic countries and China.
The seminar will present the new NUPI project CANARCT – Can cooperative Russian and Western Arctic policies survive the current crisis in Russian-Western relations?
NUPI has the pleasure of inviting you to a public seminar with James Sherr from Chatham House.
More than any other European country Russia struggles with the challenge of Radical Islam. Bearing in mind the very limited information we get in Norway on issues related to Radical Islam in Russia NUPI is very happy to host two of Russia’s most prominent scholars on these issues.