Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI)

Address: 
C.J. Hambros plass 2D, PB 8159 Dep, 0033 OSLO
Norway

The Norwegian Institute of International Affairs [NUPI] is a leading centre for research on international issues in areas of particular relevance to Norwegian foreign policy. NUPI has three main pillars of research and expertise: security and risk, growth and development, and international order and governance. The Security and Risk pillar covers traditional security and defence policy and peace operations, as well as other aspects of risk in Norwegian foreign policy related to greater investment, travel and presence abroad. NUPI was established by the Norwegian Parliament in 1959. The institute is a state body under the Ministry of Education and Research, but operates independently as a non-political institution in all its professional activities. Main sources of funding for research at NUPI are the Research Council of Norway, the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Norwegian Ministry of Defence. Support also comes from private companies and international funding sources, such as the EU.

Team

Research Professor

Senior Researcher

Senior Research Fellow and Head of Research Group on Peace and Conflict Norwegian Institute of International Affairs

Senior Adviser in Research Administration