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    • Analyzing Security Subregions: Forces of Push, Pull, and Resistance in Nordic Defense Cooperation 

      Friis, Karsten (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      How can we best analyze security subregions? The most commonly used theory of regional security in the discipline of international relations, the regional security complex theory, focuses on large regions, such as Europe, ...
    • The ASEAN climate and energy paradox 

      Øverland, Indra; Sagbakken, Haakon Fossum; Chan, Hoy-Yen; Merdekawati, Monika; Suryadi, Beni; Utama, Nuki Agya; Vakulchuk, Roman (Journal article, 2021)
      This article carries out a multisectoral qualitative analysis (MSQA) and policy integration analysis of six sectors important for climate mitigation in Southeast Asia in order to assess the status of the climate-energy ...
    • Assessing the Effectiveness of the United Nations Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) 

      van der Lijn, jair; Rupesinghe, Natasja; Karlsrud, John; Darkwa, Linda; von Gienanth, Tobias; Edu-Afful, Fiifi; Abouelnasr, Noura; Ahmed, Tofayel (EPON Report;4/2019, Research report, 2019)
    • Bastionforsvaret og Russlands militærmakt. Et utdatert trusselbilde? 

      Kvam, Ina Holst-Pedersen (NUPI Policy Brief;2021-2, Research report, 2021)
      Russlands potensielle etablering av Bastionforsvaret er forankret i inneværende langtidsplan (LTP) som Forsvarets dimensjonerende scenario for en eventuell stormaktskonflikt. Kombinasjonen av våpenteknologisk utvikling og ...
    • 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 ...
    • Biowar next? Security implications of the coronavirus 

      Friis, Karsten (LSE Ideas Strategic Update;, Research report, 2020)
      In this Strategic Update, Karsten Friis investigates the pandemic's potential consequences for the world, its armed forces, the integration of Europe, US-China relations, as well as the concept and practice of 'war' more ...
    • Blikket i glasskulen: NATO de neste 70 år 

      Friis, Karsten (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Hvordan vil det gå med NATO? Vil alliansen overleve de neste 70 år? Hvilke utfordringer vil alliansen i så fall måtte håndtere? Artikkelen spekulerer på fremtiden og forsøker å se inn i glasskulen og peke på noen mulige ...
    • Can Aid Solve the Root Causes of Migration? A Framework for Future Research on the Development-Migration Nexus 

      Erstad, Henriette Ullavik; Bøås, Morten; Kugiel, Patryk; Szymańska, Jolanta (PISM Policy Paper;, Research report, 2020)
      An important dimension of the European Union’s response to the 2015 refugee and migration management crisis has been to address the root causes of irregular migration. A major tool the EU has to mitigate push factors of ...
    • Caring and Carers: Diplomatic Personnel and the Duty of Care 

      Leira, Halvard (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This article deals with the duty of care that states hold in relation to their citizens abroad — more specifically, the double role of diplomatic personnel, as both providers and recipients of care. The focus of discussion ...
    • China and South Asia Crisis Management in the Era of Great Power Competition 

      Sun, yun (NUPI Research Paper;4/2020, Research report, 2020)
      Until very recently, China had been seen as an important and constructive force in the crisis management in South Asia in the event of an India-Pakistan military crisis. Part of the perception originated from historical ...
    • China in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Contributions to health and education 

      Gåsemyr, Hans Jørgen (NUPI Policy Brief;2020-3, Research report, 2020)
      China is scaling up its investments in health and education, making significant contributions to the UN 2030 Agenda and related Sustainable Development Goals. Domestically, China is working to modernize its entire health ...
    • China in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Key environmental issues and responses 

      Gåsemyr, Hans Jørgen; Heggelund, Gørild (NUPI Policy Brief;2020-04, Research report, 2020)
      China is dealing with very serious pollution levels and the unsustainable use of many natural resources. Environmental issues, concerning both air, ground, and ocean, have gained increasing recognition in Chinese domestic ...
    • China in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Key Institutions for International Engagement 

      Gåsemyr, Hans Jørgen (NUPI Report;, Research report, 2020)
      China has a large and expansive network of actors working on Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) activities. This report maps the foremost key Chinese actors and institutions with an orientation towards international activities.
    • China, India and the political economy of medical supplies 

      Eriksen, Stein Sundstøl (NUPI Covid-19 Brief;4/2020, Research report, 2020)
      • The pandemic and lockdowns threaten the supply of medicines, especially from India • Poor countries relying on supplies of cheap Indian medicines are especially vulnerable • New medicines and vaccines are likely to be ...
    • China’s EU policy in the pandemic era: A new normal? 

      Trøan, Magnus Langset (NUPI Policy Brief;2020-12, Research report, 2020)
      During the pandemic era, media reports and leaks indicate a growing assertiveness from China towards the EU. Is this a sign of a new normal in China's EU policy of something else entirely? To devise an appropriate response, ...
    • China’s role in the Sustainable Development Agenda: Considerations for Norway 

      Gåsemyr, Hans Jørgen (NUPI Policy Brief;2020-05, Research report, 2020)
      China’s role as an international development actor is growing, with real and increasing potential to impact Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). On some issues, Chinese initiatives align well with Norwegian interests, but ...
    • 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 ...
    • Climate Change and Security in the Arctic 

      Sending, Ole Jacob; Hansen, Vegard Valther; Winther, Iselin Németh; Goodman, Sherri; Guy, Kate; Maddox, Marisol (Research report, 2021)
      Across the world, climate change already poses severe threats to the natural and human systems on which security depends. These changes are of acute concern in the High North, the geography of land, sea, and ice that lies ...
    • Climate, Peace and Security Fact Sheet: Somalia 

      De Coning, Cedric; Grand, Anab Ovidie; Karlsrud, John; Nortvedt, Jenny; Tchie, Andrew E. Yaw; Krampe, Florian; Tarif, Kheira (Climate, Peace and Security Fact Sheet;2021, Research report, 2021)
      Somalia is highly susceptible to the effects of climate change and extreme weather. Without anticipatory preventive approaches, these factors are likely to exacerbate existing vulnerabilities and reduce the people’s ...
    • Climate, Peace and Security Fact Sheet: South Sudan 

      De Coning, Cedric; Tchie, Andrew E. Yaw; Grand, Anab Ovidie; Krampe, Florian; Tarif, Kheira (Climate, Peace and Security Fact Sheet;, Research report, 2021)
      Flooding and droughts significantly disrupt livelihood patterns and food-security and may result in temporary displacement or longer-term migration. Such shocks exacerbate vulnerabilities and weaken the resilience and ...