Security in Practice Seminar
The Security in Practice Seminar brings together researchers, practitioners and policy-makers who share an interest in current practices within the field of stability and security operations. The seminar series draws on resource persons within this community to share both experiences and theoretical perspectives, and aims at being a forum for open and critical debate.
[24.03.11] Global Peace Operations 2011: Trends and Analysis & The Review of Civilian Capacity. Place: Nupi
[05.11.10] The Fragile Subject of Security. Place: NUPI. Security in Practice seminar with Peter Burgess, Research Professor, PRIO
[01.11.10] China, India and Japan in the Shifting Asian and Global Orders. Location: NUPI. Time: 13.00-14.00. Seminar with Professor Ramesh Thakur, the University of Waterloo, Canada
[22.10.10] The future of the West. Location: NUPI. Time: 10.00-11.00. Seminar with Professor Chris Coker from The London School of Economics (LSE).
[17.06.10] Emerging Powers - Implications for the UN Security Council. Place: NUPI. Time: 14:00-15:00. Seminar with Colin Keating, the founding Executive Director of Security Council Report.
[07.05.10] Chad, Darfur and future of UN peace operations. Location: NUPI. Time: 12.15-15.00. Introductions by the former SRSG Victor Angelo, Espen Barth Eide, Ketil Fred Hansen, Ståle Ulriksen and Jan Egeland.
[12.03.10] "America in Decline? International Security and the Possibility of Great Power War". Location: NUPI. Time: 13.15-15.00. Seminar with Professor William Wohlforth, Dartmouth College
[25.02.10] Norges helhetlige tilnærming i Afghanistan. Location: NUPI. Time: 13.00-15.00 Lecture in Norwegian.