In this seminar Pernille Rieker will present a chapter in her forthcoming book “French Foreign Policy in a Changing world. Practicing the Grandeur”.
Emmanuel Macron will govern France for the coming years. Christian Lequesne visits NUPI to talk about the outcome of the election.
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.
What have we learnt in the past 150 years of terrorism and counter terrorism? We has the pleasure of welcoming to a seminar with Professor of Political Economy Nick Sitter. He will talk about his new book about the history of terrorism.
The Consortium for Research on Terrorism and International Crime in cooperation with NUPI's seminar series Norway meets Europe has the pleasure to invite to a seminar with Francesco Strazzari, who will overview critical aspects in the current debate on counterterrorism in Europe.
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.
In this seminar, we ask how the two Nordic non-NATO members, Sweden and Finland, cope with and adapt to the current security situation. How do they relate to a changing European security architecture with the EU and NATO at the core?
NUPIBAL promotes gender equality at NUPI.
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.
The seminar will present the main findings of the GoodGov Project - National and European Governance: Polish and Norwegian Cooperation Towards More Efficient Security, Energy and Migration Policies.