CYKNOW will promote better understanding of cyber security, as well as develop novel theoretical and methodological tools for cybersecurity research in particular.
This project aims to employ diverse theoretical perspectives to enhance our understanding of the development of new technology, and its consequences and implications for Norwegian security and defence policy.
This project will generate concrete policy proposals, particularly in the maritime domain, and look at ways for the United States and Europe, and Norway in particular, to adapt their military division of labor both to improve the Alliance's military effectiveness and to show to domestic audiences...
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...
NUPI in collaboration with Simula Research Lab will map global data flows and their impact on national autonomy and sovereignty.
Protecting critical infrastructures from digital threats is a key challenge for modern states, how should the state approach and make sense of the security of privately owned infrastructures?
How does technology help to change how we percieve the world and how to act in it?
This project is going to look closer at Norway’s closest allies and partners in a new and more uncertain world.
The main aim of this collaborative project (PISM and NUPI) is to map the Polish and Norwegian approaches towards various types of security related challenges in the European and regional context.
The project looks closer on Norway’s cooperation with the other Nordic countries, with a particular focus on Nordic Defence Cooperation (NORDEFCO).
This project will contribute with new perspectives and understandings in the official debate in Norway, linked to security, collective defense and NATO. The delivery is a series of three seminars linked to Policy Briefs, chronicles and other communication activities.
This project will study cybersecurity capacity building (CCB) and the sustainability of development processes in developing countries.
Siktemålet med seminaret er at unge politiske ledere og forskere skal kunne stifte bekjentskap med Vest-Balkan og knytte nye kontakter i regionen. Balkanseminaret arrangeres annet hvert år av NUPI i samarbeid med Telenor og med praktisk støtte fra Utenriksdepartementet.
The project aims to systematically explore cyber security risks in developing countries
The project is currently organized to both coordinate Norway’s support to the intelligence and security sector in Bosnia-Herzegovina and to do research on relevant topics.
The Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BSCP) is a key actor in the security-policy discourse in Serbia and has developed a constructive and critical approach to the on-going reform of the security sector.
NUPI leads an international project on how to counter hybrid warfare.