• 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 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’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 ...
    • Norwegian exports in global value chains 

      Ringstad, Birgitte (NUPI Report;, Research report, 2018)
      This study analyses the participation of the Norwegian economy in global value chains in 2000-2014, following the gross exports decomposition framework in Koopman, Wang and Wei (2014) and using the World Input-Output ...
    • Putin’s Ancien Régime 

      Trudolyubov, Maxim (NUPI Working Paper;892, Research report, 2020)
      After 20 years with Vladimir Putin in power, Putin’s Russia is becoming an ancien régime. The gap between Russia’s aspirations for a significant global role, and its ability and capacity to sustain such a role (always a ...
    • Renewable energy and geopolitics: A review 

      Vakulchuk, Roman; Øverland, Indra; Scholten, Daniel (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      This article reviews the literature on the geopolitics of renewable energy. It finds that while the roots of this literature can be traced back to the 1970s and 1980s, most of it has been published from 2010 onwards. The ...