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.
Andreas Aagaard Nøhr, PhD Candidate on International Relations at LSE visits NUPI to talk about post-truth politics.
Fabio Scarpello visits NUPI to talk about the book "International Interventions and Local Politics: Fragmented States and the Politics of Scale".
Professor Nicole Deitelhoff will talk about her research on contestation, norms and normativity.
Which tools to politicians in the Nordic countries have available to them in a more challenging geopolitical sphere?
What are the long-term effects of electoral quotas? This is the topic NUPI researcher Francesca R. Jensenius has studied in her new book. At this book launch, she and Mari Teigen (ISF) will talk about some of her key findings and their relevance for discussions of political inclusion in Norway and elsewhere.
Daniel J. Levine is visiting NUPI on May 5 to present his new book project.
This is the title of the new book from Professor of International Relations at the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna, Markus Kornprobst, who is coming to NUPI to talk about it.
The project is commissioned by the World Bank and seeks to better understand how the interplay between international actors and domestic political actors affects efforts to prevent violent conflict.
The line between truth and lies is often elusive in political asylum matters. Carol Bohmer will look at the problems related to deception and suspicion in asylum matters.
NUPI has the pleasure of inviting you to a theory seminar with Patricia Owens from University of Sussex.