• Doing Less With More? The Difficult ‘Return’ of Western Troop Contributing Countries to United Nations Peacekeeping 

      Karlsrud, John; Novosseloff, Alexandra (GGI Analysis;, Research report, 2020)
      Among others, the deployment of the UN stabilization mission to Mali (MINUSMA) in 2013 has been characterized by a number of researchers as a ‘return’ of Western troop contributors to United Nations (UN) peacekeeping in ...
    • Hybridity, Adaptive Peacebuilding and Complexity 

      De Coning, Cedric; Mcdonald-Colbert, Lawrence (Chapter, 2021)
      This chapter introduces Complexity and Adaptive Peacebuilding and considers how it contributes to the contemporary hybridity debate. Following a brief introduction to Complexity theory, this chapter explores the utility ...
    • Islamist Social Movements and Hybrid Regime Types in the Muslim World 

      Gade, Tine; Bøås, Morten (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Since the Arab Uprisings in 2010–2011 and subsequent counter- revolutions, socio-economic and political crises have occurred with rapid frequency in the Arab Middle East, North Africa, and the Sahel. The aim of our special ...
    • Political Change, Women’s Rights, and Public Opinion on Gender Equality in Myanmar 

      Htun, Mala; Jensenius, Francesca R. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Myanmar’s introduction of competitive elections after decades of military rule raised expectations for progress in economic and social development, including in the area of women’s rights. In this paper, we draw on data ...
    • The risks of being an ally 

      Godzimirski, Jakub M. (NUPI Policy Brief;2018-12, Research report, 2018)
      States join security alliances to increase their level of security vis-à-vis neighbours that may pose a threat. The deterrence logic that was the main rationale for joining NATO in 1949 still represents the cornerstone of ...
    • Withdrawal under article 50 TEU: an integration-friendly prosess 

      Hillion, Christophe Alfred Pierre (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2018)
      Article 50TEU acknowledges the right of Member States to withdraw from the EU, and contains a specific procedure. It also constitutes the legal basis of an exceptional EU competence whose purpose is to ensure that a Member’s ...