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...
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs in New Zealand, Rt. Hon Winston Peters, visits NUPI on 24 April.
NUPI in collaboration with Simula Research Lab will map global data flows and their impact on national autonomy and sovereignty.
Srdjan Vucetic will discuss his latest paper on China’s possibilities in a time where the relationship between the West and USA is more uncertain than before.
Arjun Chowdhury visits NUPI to discuss his new book “The Myth of International Order: Why weak states persist and alternatives to the state fade away”.
Tobias Wille visits NUPI to discuss his paper on how Kosovo sought to assert its statehood through the professionalisation of its foreign service.
This event has unfortunately been cancelled.
The Market for Anarchy project seeks to better understand how state behaviour is shaped by assessments of and responses to different types of risks.
What are the consequences of American distrust in the political elite for international politics? Daniel Drezner and Ole Jacob Sending discusses this and more as a part of NUPIs "Global disorder and distrust" series.