Kristin Haugevik

Senior Research Fellow | Head of Research Group on Global Order and Diplomacy

Kristin Haugevik is Senior Research Fellow at NUPI, and Head of the research group Global Order and Diplomacy.

Haugevik holds a PhD in political science from the University of Oslo (2014). Her research at NUPI focuses on International Relations theory, inter-state cooperation and diplomacy, European and transatlantic relations and Norwegian and British foreign policy. 

Recent publications:

2019: Kinship in International Relations (anthology), co-edited with Iver B. Neumann. London/New York: Routledge.
2018: Special Relationships in World Politics: Inter-State Friendship and Diplomacy After the Second World War (monograph). London/New York: Routledge: New International Relations.
2018: Parental Child Abduction and the State: Identity, Diplomacy and the Duty of Care, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 13, 1-21.
2017: Diplomacy through the back door: Norway and the bilateral route to EU decision-making. Global Affairs, 3(3): 277-291.
2017: Autonomy or integration? Small-state responses to a changing European security landscape, Global Affairs (3)(3): 211-221. Co-author: Pernille Rieker