Established in 1959, the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs [NUPI] is a leading independent research institute on international politics and areas of relevance to Norwegian foreign policy. Formally under the Ministry of Education and Research, NUPI nevertheless operates as an independent, non-political instance in all its professional activities. Research undertaken at NUPI ranges from short-term applied research to more long-term basic research.

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  • Russia: Public Debate and the Petroleum Sector 

    Øverland, Indra; Poussenkova, Nina (Chapter, 2018)
    In Russia, civil society engagement with the petroleum sector is surprisingly rich and varied for a country that is ranked low on most democracy-related indicators. This chapter finds that there is a lively and varied ...
  • Predictive peacekeeping: opportunities and challenges 

    Duursma, Allard; Karlsrud, John (NUPI Policy Brief;, Research report, 2018)
    The time is ripe for the development of a UN early warning tool that estimates the likelihood of instability, intercommunity clashes and armed violence in areas in which UN peacekeepers operate. However, this development ...
  • International Cybersecurity: Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark 

    Tikk, Eneken; Kerttunen, Mika (NUPI Policy Brief;2018-11, Research report, 2018)
    Tikk and Kerttunen inform new entrants and nonparticipating governments of the discussions and outcomes of the UN First Committee Group of Governmental Experts (GGE) and discuss prospects for the 2019/2020 GGE. They explain ...
  • Militser inntar regjeringskontorene i Irak 

    Erstad, Henriette Ullavik (Others, 2018)
  • Sceptical diplomacy: Should heads of state bother to talk climate change science with Putin? 

    Rowe, Elana Tovah Wilson (NUPI Policy Brief;2018-9, Research report, 2018)
    This policy brief illustrates how the Russian top leadership discusses climate change and responds to interventions and efforts made by other countries’ leaders and high-level diplomats on the topic of climate change. The ...
  • Adaptive peacebuilding 

    De Coning, Cedric (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    International peacebuilding is experiencing a pragmatic turn. The era of liberal idealism is waning, and in its place new approaches to peacebuilding are emerging. This article identifies one such emerging approach, gives ...
  • Utenrikspolitikk - en begrepshistorie 

    Leira, Halvard (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    Artikkelen tar opp spørsmålet om når Norge fikk en egen utenrikspolitikk, og gir svar gjennom en begrepshistorisk analyse. Tidligere forslag har vært middelalderen, med etableringen av relasjoner mellom norske konger og ...
  • Brende, Kina, og en skiftende verdensorden 

    Andersen, Morten Skumsrud (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    Norges normalisering med Kina knytter an til sentrale, strukturelle utviklingstrekk i internasjonal politikk - en trend hvor den liberale verdensordenens vakuum blir fylt av Kina når USA trekker seg ut, men også at denne ...
  • Tre grunner til at Norge bør med i FNs sikkerhetsråd 

    Schia, Niels Nagelhus (Others, 2018)
    Norge har meldt seg på i kampen om en plass i FNs Sikkerhetsråd i 2021-2022. Kronikken presenterer 3 grunner til at Norge bør med i Sikkerhetsrådet.
  • From Liberal Peacebuilding to Stabilization and Counterterrorism 

    Karlsrud, John (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    Since the end of the Cold War, international interventions have increasingly been deployed to deal with internal conflict. Liberal peacebuilding has been a guiding concept for many of these interventions, in particular ...
  • Managing a Digital Revolution - Cyber Security Capacity Building in Myanmar 

    Schia, Niels Nagelhus; Gjesvik, Lars (NUPI Working Paper;884, Research report, 2018)
    Digitalization is exposing developing countries to a growing number of risks, as well as opportunities associated with connecting to the Internet. Myanmar stands out as a critical case of both the pitfalls and the benefits ...
  • Russia’s Return as True Europe, 1991–2017 

    Neumann, Iver Brynild (Journal article; Peer reviewed; Embargo, 2017)
    Since the reign of Peter the Great, Russia has identifi ed itself in opposition to Europe. In the late 1980s, Michael Gorbachev and associates forged a liberal representation of Europe and initiated a Western-oriented ...
  • Between classical and critical geopolitics in a changing Arctic 

    Wegge, Njord; Keil, Kathrin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    Puzzled by how geographical changes in the Arctic might cause changes in state behavior the authors of this article have been inspired to return to the roots of geopolitical reasoning. By combining insights from the ...
  • Customs Capacity Building for WCO Members 2012-2015 

    Carpena, Fenella; Vakulchuk, Roman (NUPI Report;2018-1, Research report, 2018)
    International trade offers a wealth of opportunities for low-income countries to reduce poverty and achieve growth in today’s global economic landscape. In such an environment, customs administrations play a critical role ...
  • Nye toner i norsk euroapolitikk 

    Sverdrup, Ulf (Chronicle, 2018)
    Nye toner i norsk europapolitikk Regjeringen varsler taktskifte for Norges EU-strategi. Det kommer til rett tid og med forfriskende begrunnelser. Ulf Sverdrup, direktør ved Norsk utenrikspolitisk institutt Regjeringen la ...
  • Mer inne enn ute 

    Sverdrup, Ulf (Chronicle, 2018)
    Mer inne enn ute Brexit synes å ha endret Norges status i EU. Resultatet er at Norge er oppgradert, ikke nedgradert.
  • Somalia: A Political Economy Analysis 

    Webersik, Christian; Hansen, Stig Jarle; Egal, Adam (Research report; Landanalyserapport, 2018)
    Somalia has been without a central authority for more than a quarter century. An entire generation is growing up without experiencing stability and security, basic human rights, and economic prosperity. There is no functioning ...

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