• Afghanistan: A Political Economy Analysis 

      Strand, Arne; Borchgrevink, Kaja Christine Andersen; Harpviken, Kristian Berg (NUPI Report;12.12.2017, Research report; Landanalyserapport, 2017)
    • Chinese Investments in Norway: A Typical Case Despite Special Circumstances 

      Gåsemyr, Hans Jørgen; Sverdrup-Thygeson, Bjørnar (ETNC Report;December 2017, Chapter, 2017)
      Chinese investments in Norway have increased, and remain moderate but substantial compared with the situation in Europe overall. The Norwegian case is both typical and somewhat unique. Transactions made in the 2000s coincided ...
    • Ethiopia: A Political Economy Analysis 

      Lie, Jon Harald Sande; Mesfin, Berouk (Research report; Landanalyserapport, 2018)
      This report provides an overview and analysis of some key issues pertaining to the political economy of Ethiopia in a historical perspective. The continuous rule of the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front ...
    • Fra nasjonalstat til globalisert stat: Den norske staten siden Seip 

      Neumann, Iver Brynild (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
    • Haiti: A Political Economy Analysis 

      Hauge, Wenche Iren (Research report; Landanalyserapport, 2018)
      Haiti is governed by a small economic elite and the majority of its poor and marginalized population has no access to power. This report analyses the historical roots of the deep socio-economic and political cleavage in ...
    • How The Joint Strike Fighter Seeks To Preserve Air Supremacy For Decades To Come 

      Neubauer, Sigurd (NUPI Policy Brief;, Research report, 2017)
      Since its inception in 2001, the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program has cleared several technical and political hurdles as it is nearing the end of its development stage, formally known as System Development and Demonstration ...
    • Ledestjernen som forsvant: Storbritannia i norsk utenrikspolitikk 

      Haugevik, Kristin M. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
    • Mozambique: A Political Economy Analysis 

      Orre, Aslak Jangård; Rønning, Helge (NUPI Report;october 2017, Research report; Landanalyserapport, 2017)
      This report uses a political economy analysis to shed light on some of the paradoxes that characterize Mozambique mid 2017: Entrenched poverty, the resuscitated armed conflict/war, the trust crisis between the Mozambican ...
    • Nepal: A Political Economy Analysis 

      Hatlebakk, Magnus (NUPI Report;November 27th 2017, Research report; Landanalyserapport; Landanalyserapport, 2017)
    • Neumann, NUPI og utenriksdebatten 

      Schia, Niels Nagelhus (Journal article, 2019)
    • Nordic responses to Brexit: Making the best of a difficult situation 

      Haugevik, Kristin M.; Fägersten,, Björn; Gunnarsson,, Pétur; Jokela,, Juha; Sørensen, Catharina; Thorhallsson, Baldur; Wivel, Anders (NUPI Policy Brief;2018-07, Research report, 2018)
      This policy brief examines how the British decision to withdraw from the EU has influenced the political debates in and foreign policies of the five Nordic states – Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. With the ...
    • Norge, USA og det liberale verdifellesskapet 

      Holm, Minda (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Trumps delvis anti-liberale politikk setter flere av USAs europeiske allierte, inkludert Norge, i en kinkig posisjon. Én mulig respons er å opptre varsomt, og la de amerikanske institusjonene selv «gjøre jobben» i møte med ...
    • Norway and the changing Common Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union 

      Hillion, Christophe Alfred Pierre (NUPI Report, Research report, 2019)
      For decades, Norway has cooperated with the European Union in matters of foreign policy, security and defence. It has thus participated in EU civilian and military operations, aligned itself with EU political declarations ...
    • Plug and Play: Multinational Rotation Contributions for UN Peacekeeping Operations 

      Boutellis, Arthur; Karlsrud, John (NUPI Policy Brief;2017-15, Research report, 2017)
      In January 2016, Norway deployed a C-130 military transport aircraft to the UN mission in Mali (MINUSMA). Given the number of attacks on patrols and logistics convoys of MINUSMA, which has been called ‘the world’s most ...
    • Sikkerhetspolitiske rammebetingelser i bevegelse 

      Torgeir, Larsen (NUPI Policy Brief;2018-04, Research report, 2018)
      Verden preges av mer kompleksitet og usikkerhet enn på flere tiår. Kanskje har vi har allerede vent oss til hyppigere omveltninger. Mennesker er tilpasningsdyktige. Kanskje har vi ikke fullt ut tatt inn rekkevidden – også ...
    • 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 ...
    • South Sudan: A Political Economy Analysis 

      Rolandsen, Øystein H.; Kindersley, Nicki (NUPI Report;October 2017, Research report; Landanalyserapport, 2017)
      This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the current state of South Sudan. A main argument is that its political economy is fundamentally atypical: achieving independence in 2011 and dissolving into renewed civil ...
    • Surviving Brexit: twelve lessons from Norway 

      Sverdrup, Ulf; Nick, Sitter (NUPI Policy Brief;2017-11, Research report, 2017)
      One year after the referendum, after losing its majority in the general election, the UK government is revising what Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson famously labelled the ‘Cake-and-Eat-It’ approach to Brexit. In this ...
    • The UK withdrawal from the EU - Legal implications for Norway as party to the EEA Agreement 

      Hillion, Christophe Alfred Pierre (NUPI-rapport;, Research report, 2017)
      By leaving the European Union, the United Kingdom withdraws from all EU international commitments. The disentanglement of the UK from the EU, Brexit, will thus affect third states and organisations with which the EU ...