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Wednesday, 17 Dec 2014

Kai Eide on fraught Afghan-US relationship

New PRIO Paper

​​​In a new PRIO paper, Kai Eide examines the evolution of the relationship between the US and Afghanistan.

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Monday, 15 Dec 2014

Succesful Doctoral Defence by Torunn L. Tryggestad

​​Torunn L. Tryggestad succesfully defended her doctoral dissertation "International Norms and Political Change: ’Women, Peace and Security’ and the UN Security Agenda" at the University of Oslo this afternoon. Congratulations!

 

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Wednesday, 10 Dec 2014

Education Creates Peace

​​On 10 December Nobel’s Peace Prize 2014 is awarded to Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai. Critical voices have claimed that their work is more about rights activism than promoting peace and that there is no obvious association between education and peace. Research into the causes of war suggests, however, that the Nobel Committee was right on target.

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Friday, 05 Dec 2014

Succesful Doctoral Defence by Synnøve Ugelvik

​​​Synnøve Ugelvik succesfully defended her thesis at the Faculty of Law, University of Oslo today.
The title of her thesis is:  "Inside on the Outside - Norway and Police Cooperation in the EU". ​

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05 Dec 2014 Succesful Doctoral Defence by Kristoffer Lidén
05 Dec 2014 Succesful Doctoral Defence by Synnøve Ugelvik
02 Dec 2014 Call for Papers: Multitude and Democracy: Experiences from Northeast India
28 Nov 2014 PRIO’s Henrik Syse joins the Nobel Committee
21 Nov 2014 Director of PRIO appointed to Norwegian government’s Afghanistan Review Committee
21 Nov 2014 Armed Conflict and Maternal Health in Sub-Saharan Africa
19 Nov 2014 Afghan Women’s Status: New PRIO Papers
18 Nov 2014 Peace Processes Need Women!
11 Nov 2014 Call for Members: Research School on Peace and Conflict
10 Nov 2014 Timely Roundtable in Tehran
03 Nov 2014 Successful research training in Bukavu, DRC
30 Oct 2014 Nationalism under Pressure: Islamic State, Iraq and Kurdistan
24 Oct 2014 Vacancy at PRIO: Doctoral Researcher position: Transnational Lives in the Welfare State