Martin Langvandslien

Research Assistant

Martin Langvandslien left PRIO in 2004. The information on this page is kept for historical reasons.

Research Interests

International trade in small arms and light weapons.


Languages spoken:

Norwegian and English

Working experience:

2000 - 2002: PRIO, Research Assistant at the Norwegian Initiative on Small Arms Transfer (NISAT) project

1999 - 2000: PRIO, Assistant to the Information Director


Cand. Philol. in history, University of Oslo, 2004
Cand.mag. (equivalent to B.A.) in Political Science, History of Ideas, History, University of Oslo, 1998.

All Publications

Popular Article

Salvesen, Hilde & Martin Langvandslien (2001) Våpen på Ville Veier, Dagbladet, 20 June.

Master Thesis

Langvandslien, Martin (2004) Promising Restraint: The Carter Administration's Arms Transfers Policy. MA thesis, Supervisors: Olav Njølstad, UiO; Stein Tønnesson, PRIO (completed March 2004, and defended in May), University of Oslo, Oslo.

Report - External Series

Lumpe, Lora; Maria Haug; Nicholas Marsh; & Martin Langvandslien (2002) Shining a Light on Small Arms Exports: The Record of State Transparency, NISAT/Small Arms Survey. Geneva.