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    • Mekanismer for screening av utenlandske investeringer. Oversikt over et utvalg land 

      Andersen, Morten Skumsrud; Giske, Mathilde; Sverdrup, Ulf (NUPI Report;2021-5, Research report, 2021)
      Etter tusenårsskiftet har åpne økonomier i økende takt satt i gang prosesser for å vurdere risikoen av utenlandsinvesteringer. Bakgrunnen for dette er økende grad av investeringer fra mindre transparente økonomier, frykt ...
    • Swiss-EU Relations With a Focus on the Current Situation 

      Ambühl, Michael; Lenz, Lara (NUPI Research Paper;2021-3, Research report, 2021)
      In 1992, Swiss voters rejected an accession to the European Economic Area (EEA). Among different reasons for this were institutional and sovereignty questions, such as the dynamic adoption of new EU legislation, and the ...
    • Reputation crisis management and the state: Theorising containment as diplomatic mode 

      Haugevik, Kristin M.; Neumann, Cecilie Elisabeth Basberg (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      This article theorises containment as a diplomatic response mode for states when faced with potentially harmful attacks on their international identity and reputation. Despite widespread agreement in International Relations ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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, ...
    • 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 ...
    • Governance, Social Policy, and Political Economy: Trends in Norway’s Partner Countries 

      Eriksen, Stein Sundstøl (NUPI Report;2021-1, Research report, 2021)
      In 2017–2018, NUPI (the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs) headed a project where political economy analyses were undertaken in eleven of Norway’s partner countries. These analyses were published as eleven ...
    • Resilience in the age of crises 

      Giske, Mathilde (NUPI Research Paper;2021-2, Research report, 2021)
      This research paper examines the concept 'resilience' as a response to the constantly changing environments and turbulence of the world. While resilience is used by several international organisations and nation states, ...
    • 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 ...
    • Journalism under Instrumentalized Political Parallelism 

      Selvik, Kjetil; Høigilt, Jacob (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Media systems where political parallelism co-exists with political clientelism have contradictory influences on journalistic practices. Journalists are encouraged to actively defend a cause and influence public opinion ...
    • 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 ...
    • What threatens NATO – and what members can do? The case of Norway and Poland 

      Godzimirski, Jakub M. (NUPI Research Paper;2021-1, Research report, 2021)
      This research paper examines the critical external and internal challenges that faced NATO at its 70th anniversary, and how the policies of two members – Norway and Poland – can influence the internal cohesion of the ...
    • Performance of Peace Operations 

      De Coning, Cedric; Nortvedt, Jenny (Background paper;December 2020, Others, 2020)
      How should we assess and improve the performance of peace operations? This is the topic of the third dialogue strand of VCAF20. UN peace operations are under growing pressure to increase performance and enhance mandate ...
    • The Nuclear Umbrella Revisited 

      Lodgaard, Sverre (Policy Brief;November 2020, Research report, 2020)
      The NPT is in miserable shape, betrayed on the disarmament dimension, stuck in the Middle East and mostly irrelevant to the Asian nuclear armed states, but it has proven resilient and lingers on. It will soon be accompanied ...
    • Security Council Resolution 1325 at 20: What Next for the Women Peace and Security (WPS) Agenda? 

      Stamnes, Eli (NUPI Research Paper;2020-07, Research report, 2020)
      This policy brief takes stock of the achievements of the WPS agenda since the passing of its founding Security Resolution 1325, twenty years ago. It outlines the challenges it currently faces like the implementation gap; ...
    • Russia’s view of Georgia: a NATO proxy yet again? 

      Wilhelmsen, Julie Maria (NUPI Policy Brief;2020-15, Research report, 2020)
      After the crises in Ukraine, and despite the Georgian government’s allegedly more pragmatic attitude towards Russia, official statements from Moscow increasingly project Georgia as hostile. This may be the result of the ...
    • Intergovernmental checkmate on cyber? Processes on cyberspace in the United Nations 

      Kursetgjerde, Erik (NUPI Policy Brief;2020-14, Research report, 2020)
      Cyberspace is an increasingly controversial field on the international agenda. Despite the fact that processes on the thematic have been going on in the UN since 1998, a more significant international agreement is needed ...