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?
GEOPATH is a collaborative research project which aims to build competency in the Georgian research sector as well as producing new insights into the crucial question of Georgia's future strategic path between Russia and the EU.
How is Russia’s strategic approach to Europe shaped by its reading of Western intentions and actions and what implications does this approach has for Norway?
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.