There is a claim constantly circulating the EU: ‘multiculturalism is dead in Europe’. Dead or maybe d(r)ead?...
25.01.2015 - Oslo
In this week’s diplomatic outlook, Kazakhstan’s Ambassa»»
28.12.2014 - Oslo
In this week’s global outlook, Prof»»
26.12.2014 - Oslo
The perceptions of w»»
25.12.2014 - Oslo
Professor Bajrektarevic discusses how we fundament»»
20.12.2014 - Oslo
In this week’s global »»
14.12.2014 - Oslo
Nobel Peace Prize laureate Rajendra Pachauri discusses the grow»»
22.11.2014 - Oslo
Three years ago, there were 100,000 American troops in»»
16.11.2014 - Oslo
In this week’s global outlook, Dr. Walter»»
15.11.2014 - Oslo
Prof. Anis H. Bajrektarevic questions what we have gained and missed since the fall of Berlin Wall 25 years ago.
09.11.2014 - Oslo
In this week’s global outlook, Dr. Kjell Anderson discusses why people incomprehensibly involve in acts of great evil such as terrorism and genocide.
26.10.2014 - Oslo
It’s difficult to overestimate the importance of ASEM, which bridges East Asia and Europe
18.10.2014 - Oslo
In this week’s global outlook, Prof. Anis H. Bajrektarevic elaborates on the EU–US and Russia triangular relations. Additionally, he touches upon the newly released IMF report.
12.10.2014 - Oslo
In an era of fluid and contested borders and indirect and proxy conflicts the temptation for states to use radical groups for their own policy purposes is substantial.
02.10.2014 - Oslo
25 years of the international anti-nuclear movement “Nevada-Semipalatinsk”
22.08.2014 - Oslo
In this weekend’s Global Outlook, Professor Murray Hunter discusses emergence of the Bhikkhuni phenomenon and the change blowing across both the social and spiritual aspects of Thai society.
05.08.2014 - Oslo