Øyvind SvendsenResearch Fellow
Øyvind Svendsen is Research Fellow and member of the research group for global order and diplomacy at NUPI. He is also a PhD fellow at the University of Copenhagen and he has a master’s degree in International Relations Theory is from the London School of Economics.
2020: ‘Practice time!’ Doxic futures in security and defence diplomacy after Brexit. Review of International Studies 46(1): 3-19.
2019: Spin-off av EØS? Norge og europeisk utenriks-, sikkerhets- og forsvarssamarbeid. Internasjonal Politikk 77(4): 378-387. (med Pernille Rieker)
2019: Differentiated (Dis)integration in Practice: The Diplomacy of Brexit and the Low Politics of High Politics. Journal of Common Market Studies 57(6): 1419-1430. (med Rebecca Adler Nissen)
2019: Brexit and the Future of European Defence: Towards a Practice Approach to Differentiated Defence Integration. Journal of European Integration 41(8): 993-1007.
2016: Stigma i Internasjonal Politikk: Norge, EU og søken etter «det normale» i en post-sovjetisk sikkerhetskontekst. Internasjonal Politikk 74(1): 1-20.
05.03.2020How do Czechia and Norway assess and respond to a changing international political context?
: Academic article
2019Time constitutes social life and time management is central to the everyday conduct of international politics. For some reason, however, the practice turn in International Relations (IR) has produced knowledge about how past practices constitute international politics but not about how the future is...
2019 - 2020 (Ongoing)
COMFEAR aims to identify key issues of common concern and shared threats as perceived by publics and policymakers in Czechia and Norway.
Why is there not more Nordic cooperation on the international arena, when Nordic politicians so often express a willingness to develop cooperation in this field further? This project aims to build new knowledge, stimulate debate and inform the wider public about opportunities and limitations for strengthened...