November 22, 2017 By Ragnhild Groenning Commentary, Law and Governance, Norway, Politics and Strategy
The goal of the Norwegian Svalbard policy is stability and predictability, but this policy is contested – not just by Russia but also the EU.
March 14, 2017 By Andreas Østhagen Article, Denmark and Greenland, Norway, Politics and Strategy, Shipping and Economics
How can small-scale local capacities be developed and utilized across Arctic regions when responding to maritime emergency incidents?
August 24, 2016 By Sophie Hohmann and Marlene Laruelle Commentary, Norway, Russia, Society and Culture
The Arctic’s connectedness with the rest of the world became further apparent in 2015/2016, when southern refugees arrived in the North.
March 22, 2016 By Wilfrid Greaves Article, Canada, Defense and Security, Norway
The confluence of its ecological, social and political characteristics makes the Arctic anthropocene unique.
November 30, 2015 By Ingrid Medby Article, Norway, Shipping and Economics No Comments
Over the last decade, the nature of Norway’s Arctic leadership has changed from ‘green’ petroleum extraction to developing a ‘blue economy’.
March 27, 2015 By Andreas Østhagen, Andreas Raspotnik, Marc Jacobsen and Malte Humpert Article, Norway No Comments
Ever been to the High North Dialogue Conference in Bodø, Norway? If not, read our conference report from the 2015 Dialogue.
March 9, 2015 By Marc Jacobsen Law and Governance, Multimedia, Norway No Comments
In cooperation with the 2015 High North Dialogue we conduct a series of podcast interviews with some of the speakers: Christian Marcussen.
January 20, 2015 By Kathrin Stephen Article, Climate and Environment, Natural Resources and Energy, Norway No Comments
A summary on the Arctic Frontiers 2015 Conference on “Climate and Energy” in Tromsø, Norway.
October 22, 2014 By The Arctic Institute Norway, Press Release No Comments
The Arctic Institute (TAI) has signed a one-year partnership agreement with the High North Center in Bodø, North Norway.
June 19, 2014 By The Arctic Institute Norway, Press Release No Comments
The Arctic Institute (TAI) is pleased to announce its collaboration with the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association.
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