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    • Russian Renewable Energy: Regulations and outcomes 

      Øverland, Indra; Kozlova, Mariia; Collan, Mikael (Chapter, 2020)
    • 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 ...
    • The Geopolitics of Fish in the Arctic 

      Hoel, Alf Håkon (NUPI Policy Brief;2020-11, Research report, 2020)
      Climate change and declining sea-ice in the Central Arctic Ocean (CAO) has brought concerns that fish stocks may expand into the high Arctic. While the sub-Arctic seas of the North Pacific and the North Atlantic have ...
    • Norway: Crisis highlights normality in bilateral relations with China 

      Gåsemyr, Hans Jørgen (ETNC Special Report;, Chapter, 2020)
      The chapter describes the situation in Norway and is part of a larger report on China’s relations to European countries during the COVID-19 pandemic. The situation in Norway has been characterized by less noise and controversy ...
    • Police Reform and Community Policing in Kenya: The Bumpy Road from Policy to Practice 

      Gjelsvik, Ingvild Magnæs (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      A reform is underway in Kenya, aimed at transforming the police organization into a people- centred police service. Among other things, this involves enhancing police-public trust and partnerships through community policing ...
    • Spaces and Institutional Logics in Post-Conflict Settings of Mitrovica 

      Osland, Kari M.; Batora, Jozef; Qehaja, Florian; Gajić, Sonja Stojanović (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Spaces structure interactions between communities in post-conflict settings. They are governed by particular institutional logics, which can foster boundary building and boundary transgression. This article proposes an ...
    • Introduksjon: 25 år med hardt EØS-arbeid: Fra venterom til permanent oppholdssted? 

      Sverdrup, Ulf (Journal article, 2019)
      I denne introduksjonsartikkelen viser Ulf Sverdrup at Norge er blitt forandret gjennom EØS-avtalen, men også hvordan den med sine mangler og svakheter i all hovedsak har vært en suksess, og at Norges avtaler i det store ...
    • Holdninger til EØS-avtalen etter 25 år: Stor oppslutning, men liten kunnskap 

      Sverdrup, Ulf; Svendsen, Øyvind; Weltzien, Åsmund (Journal article, 2019)
      I anledning EØS-avtalens 25-årsjubileum gjennomførte NUPI og Sentio i januar 2019 en opinionsundersøkelse i den norske befolkningen for å kartlegge nordmenns holdninger til EØS-avtalen samt deres kunnskaper og vurderinger ...
    • Norwegians adapting to a changing world 

      Svendsen, Øyvind; Weltzien, Åsmund (NUPI Report;2020-09, Research report, 2020)
      The world as we have come to know it is changing. Some of the core principles of the rules-based liberal international order are being challenged. The established truths and practices that we have based our foreign policies ...
    • Malaysia: How to Scale Up Investment in Renewable Energy 

      Vakulchuk, Roman; Chan, Hoy-Yen; Kresnawan, Muhammad Rizki; Merdekawati, Monika; Øverland, Indra; Sagbakken, Haakon Fossum; Suryadi, Beni; Utama, Nuki Agya; Yurnaidi, Zulfikar (ACE Policy Brief;08/2020, Research report, 2020)
      Malaysia set a target of 20% renewables in the energy mix by 2025, an 18% increase from the 2% it had in 2018. One of the planned measures is the development of large-scale solar power. To reach the target, it will be ...
    • Vietnam: Six Ways to Keep Up the Renewable Energy Investment Success 

      Vakulchuk, Roman; Chan, Hoy-Yen; Kresnawan, Muhammad Rizki; Merdekawati, Monika; Øverland, Indra; Sagbakken, Haakon Fossum; Suryadi, Beni; Utama, Nuki Agya; Yurnaidi, Zulfikar (ACE Policy Brief;13/2020, Research report, 2020)
      Vietnam is one of the most attractive destinations for renewable energy investment in ASEAN. In 2018, the country attracted USD 5.2 billion. In 2019, the share of renewable energy in the energy mix was 9%, thus already ...
    • The Philippines: How to Leapfrog from a Complicated Renewable Energy Sector to an Attractive One 

      Vakulchuk, Roman; Chan, Hoy-Yen; Kresnawan, Muhammad Rizki; Merdekawati, Monika; Øverland, Indra; Sagbakken, Haakon Fossum; Suryadi, Beni; Utama, Nuki Agya; Yurnaidi, Zulfikar (ACE Policy Brief;10/2020, Research report, 2020)
      The Philippines set the target of increasing the share of renewable energy in its energy mix from 16.9% in 2019 to 26.9% by 2030. This ambitious target requires significant additional investment in renewable energy. It has ...
    • Indonesia: How to Boost Investment in Renewable Energy 

      Vakulchuk, Roman; Chan, Hoy-Yen; Kresnawan, Muhammad Rizki; Merdekawati, Monika; Øverland, Indra; Sagbakken, Haakon Fossum; Suryadi, Beni; Utama, Nuki Agya; Yurnaidi, Zulfikar (ACE Policy Brief;06/2020, Research report, 2020)
      Indonesia, the largest country in Southeast Asia, has considerable renewable energy potential. However, this potential remains largely underexploited. Fossil fuel subsidies are a major obstacle to the deployment of renewable ...
    • Myanmar: How to Become an Attractive Destination for Renewable Energy Investment? 

      Vakulchuk, Roman; Chan, Hoy-Yen; Kresnawan, Muhammad Rizki; Merdekawati, Monika; Øverland, Indra; Sagbakken, Haakon Fossum; Suryadi, Beni; Utama, Nuki Agya; Yurnaidi, Zulfikar (ACE Policy Brief;09/2020, Research report, 2020)
      Myanmar is endowed with abundant renewable energy resources, and its solar potential is the greatest in the Greater Mekong Subregion – yet, this potential remains largely untapped. The country’s 50% electrification rate ...
    • Thailand: Improving the Business Climate for Renewable Energy Investment 

      Vakulchuk, Roman; Chan, Hoy-Yen; Kresnawan, Muhammad Rizki; Merdekawati, Monika; Øverland, Indra; Sagbakken, Haakon Fossum; Suryadi, Beni; Utama, Nuki Agya; Yurnaidi, Zulfikar (ACE Policy Brief;12/2020, Research report, 2020)
      Thailand is among ASEAN’s renewable energy leaders. It attracted more than USD 10.7 billion of investment in renewable energy from 2006 to 2018. The country’s total installed capacity of renewable energy represented over ...
    • Cambodia: Five Actions to Improve the Business Climate for Renewable Energy Investment 

      Vakulchuk, Roman; Chan, Hoy-Yen; Kresnawan, Muhammad Rizki; Merdekawati, Monika; Øverland, Indra; Sagbakken, Haakon Fossum; Suryadi, Beni; Utama, Nuki Agya; Yurnaidi, Zulfikar (ACE Policy Brief;05/2020, Research report, 2020)
      Cambodia has not attracted significant investment in renewable energy until mid-2020 and, unlike other ASEAN countries, has not set exact renewable energy targets. Despite this, the country is viewed as a model to learn ...
    • Lao PDR: How to Attract More Investment in Small-Scale Renewable Energy? 

      Vakulchuk, Roman; Chan, Hoy-Yen; Kresnawan, Muhammad Rizki; Merdekawati, Monika; Øverland, Indra; Sagbakken, Haakon Fossum; Suryadi, Beni; Utama, Nuki Agya; Yurnaidi, Zulfikar (ACE Policy Brief;7/2020, Research report, 2020)
      Lao PDR adopted the Renewable Energy Development Strategy in 2011 and set a target of 30% small-scale renewables in the energy mix by 2025. The country relies heavily on large hydropower in electricity production and is ...
    • Brunei Darussalam: How to Build an Investment Climate for Renewable Energy? 

      Vakulchuk, Roman; Chan, Hoy-Yen; Kresnawan, Muhammad Rizki; Merdekawati, Monika; Øverland, Indra; Sagbakken, Haakon Fossum; Suryadi, Beni; Utama, Nuki Agya; Yurnaidi, Zulfikar (ACE Policy Brief;04/2020, Research report, 2020)
      Brunei Darussalam has yet to make major progress in renewable energy and become an attractive destination for investors. Only 0.05% of Brunei’s electricity came from renewable energy sources, while 99.95% was based on ...
    • Singapore: How to Attract More Investment in Renewable Energy? 

      Vakulchuk, Roman; Chan, Hoy-Yen; Kresnawan, Muhammad Rizki; Merdekawati, Monika; Øverland, Indra; Sagbakken, Haakon Fossum; Suryadi, Beni; Utama, Nuki Agya; Yurnaidi, Zulfikar (ACE Policy Brief;11/2020, Research report, 2020)
      Singapore has limited renewable energy potential due to its small surface area and the limited space available. Solar power has the greatest potential. Given the country’s limited spare land, rooftops and vertical spaces ...
    • Slow Stagnation, Sudden Revolution? Post-Covid-19 Prospects for Political Change in Russia and Belarus 

      Hansen, Arve (NUPI Policy Brief;2020-10, Research report, 2020)