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.
This project will produce a comprehensive study of Russia's economy, focusing on regulations, laws, subsidies and other aspects that may interfere in competition in the markets.
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?
GPARC aims to provide up-to-date academic and policy analyses of how major powers (USA, Russia, China) set parameters for and intervene in the maritime politics of the Arctic.
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.
This projects will analyze Russian strategic communication on central European events of 2016 such as Brexit and the NATO summit in Warszaw.
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.
This project addresses Russia's Arctic policy provisions compared with other states. Can cooperative Russian and Western Arctic policies survive the current crisis in Russian-Western relations?
The project analysed how trade integration is related to geopolitics and Russia's possible turn towards Asia.
The project is to provide deeper insights into recent dynamics of energy cooperation in the Baltic Sea region.
The aim of the project is to analyse the current situation in three fields of governance – national security, energy and migration – in both Polish-Norwegian bilateral and in broader European context.
The main aim of the project is to provide detailed insights into development of Russian aluminum sector in a broader Russian and international political and economic context.
What is the significance of the EU for small states in Europe today?
GR:EEN will study the current and future role of the EU in an emerging multi-polar world through a programme of stock-taking, multi-disciplinary research and complementary activities.
The project focuses on strengthening the competence of university lecturers in the South Caucasus and Central Asia.
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.