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Project | Jan 2007 - Dec 2010
The project investigates the impact of political inclusion on Islamist movements in Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Sudan. The academic research tends ...
Islamism, the state, political institutionalization, moderation, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Sudan
The Moderating influence of international courts on social movements: Evidence from the IVF case against Costa Rica
Journal Article | Jan 2017
Feminists and religious conservatives across the globe have increasingly turned to courts in their battles over abortion. Yet while a significant literature ...
Legal mobilization, abortion rights, Inter-American Court of Human Rights
Journal Article | Jan 2005
This paper analyses how corruption may affect privatization. In particular, we study how corruption affects the acquisition price and the post-privatization ...
Corruption, Privatization, Market structure, Welfare
Event | 14 May 2012
-Moderate reforms can have a positive magnet effect on traditional oppressive social norms, says Jean-Philippe Platteau.
Report in External Series | Aug 2013
Hassan Rouhani won Iran’s presidential elections by posing as the voice of protest and change. Though previously considered a conservative he ran ...
Newspaper Op-Ed | Jan 2006
Karikaturtegningene av Muhammed har skapt debatt i norske medier. Denne debatten har blant annet omhandlet islam og hvorvidt denne religionen utgjør ...
CMI Report | Jan 2002
This report analyses the growth of political Islam in South Asia (Pakistan, Afghanistan and India's Jammu and Kashmir Province). In Pakistan the failure ...
Asia: Afghanistan, India, Pakistan
Event | 9 Apr 2015
Iran's foreign policy is based on revolutionary, Islamist and nationalist principles. Contradictions are solved according to "expedient interests of the system." What are the prospects of reconciliation with the West?
News | 12 May 2015
Discussions over the role Islam should play in public life, are raging in Tunisia. A veiled Tunisair flight attendant caused uproar in the Tunisian Parliament recently, writes researcher Mari Norbakk from fieldwork in Tunis.
Event | 22 Sep 2014
Michael Alvarez in conversation with David and Ruth Collier
Event | 30 Sep 2015
Military-civilian relationships go to the heart of a nation's culture and politics. Dr. Hazem Kandil from Cambridge University discusses Military, Security, and Politics in Regime Change. Prof. Catherine Lutz from Brown University will explore Military Power in Social Context. There will also be panel debates and young scholars' corner.
Event | 11 Feb 2015
Yousuf Assidiq from Minotenk and Truls Tønnessen, FFI in conversation with Åse Gilje Østensen.
Event | 24 Nov 2011
The seminar has been cancelled and will be moved to January
India, South Africa
Event | 23 Jan 2012
Are we witnessing a power shift from the West to the East?
Event | 20 Oct 2011
Brazil has emerged as the BASIC-group member willing to move furthest towards binding emission cuts. Will Brazil be able to maintain this position?
Event | 23 Sep 2014
LIVE STREAMING NOW Angola is Norway's "biggest and most important economic partner in Africa" says the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Does Norway's activity in Angola contribute to Angola's stability and development over time?
News | 24 Jan 2012
Despite the discovery of oil and gas, most countries rich in natural resources are still economically troubled and conflict-ridden. -Resources are not only tied to financial value, but also to social identity and cosmology. Current explanations of the resource curse fail to consider historical grievances and the significance of social territorialism, says John-Andrew McNeish in his newly published book Flammable Societies: Studies on the Socio-Economics of Oil and Gas.
Event | 14 May 2009
This workshop aims to define a research agenda for improved knowledge of the effectiveness of strategies for improved health worker performance in low income countries.
Event | 17 Mar 2014
What does the future hold for Afghanistan's women?