New seminar series about the global distrust that has been more evident lately, and the first event will take a closer look what this development means for the Middle East.
Three researchers affiliated with NUPI presents the main findings in their recent study on insurgents in the Middle East and North Africa region.
Resource rich countries often fail to secure a fair share of their natural resource wealth. In 'Many Ways to Lose a Billion', Don Hubert sets out a revenue risk assessment framework, and an extensive collection of real-world case studies designed to help resource-rich countries stop tax avoidance.
Professor Susan L. Woodward visits NUPI to talk about her new book on failed states.
HYRES studies the interaction between Islamist movements and the state in the cases of Iraq, Lebanon, Libya and Mali, and is designed to answer the following question: Why do some Islamist groups pursue their political and religious project within the state to which they belong – while other Islamist...
This project provides political economy analyses of eleven countries deemed important to Norwegian development cooperation.
NUPI has the pleasure of inviting you to Kjelleren at Litteraturhuset to discuss EUs new framework that is meant to cope with the migration crisis better than before.
NUPI has the pleasure of inviting Kasper Hoffmann from University of Copenhagen to talk about armed groups in DR Congo, and how they use taxation in their constitution of public authority.