Expert lists for journalists

Wars and natural disasters

Ragnhild Lund, Department of Geography
conflict and reconstruction after wars and natural disasters, women in the global south, international aid
Ragnhild Lund

Jan Ketil Rød, Department of Geography
social and physical vulnerability to natural disasters, maps, geographic information systems
Jan Ketil Rød

Hans Otto Frøland, Department of Historical Studies
World War II (WWII), Nordic cooperation, Norway and EU, EU and the European integration, German history, Economic history, history of the aluminum industry
Hans Otto Frøland

Indra de Soysa, Department of Sociology and Political Science
war and peace, human rights, globalization, international aid
Indra de Soysa

Hans Narve Skotte, Department of Urban Design and Planning
reconstruction after war and natural disasters, international aid, development and development actors, slum and urban planning/urban development in Global South, architecture and society -
The Balkans, Bosnia, the Bosnian War 1992-1995, the reconstruction
Hans Narve Skotte

Jo Jakobsen, Department of Sociology and Political Science
international politics, interstate conflict and war, power politics, nuclear weapons policy, foreign policy of the U.S., armaments, political risk for multinational companies, ISIL/IS, Iraq and Syria
Jo Jakobsen

Tor Georg Jakobsen, Department of Sociology and Political Science
political behaviour, conflicts, wars, especially sivil wars
Tor Georg Jakobsen

Per Marius Frost-Nielsen, Department of Sociology and Political Science
military power, war, international politics, defence policy
Per Marius Frost-Nielsen

Håkon Angell Bolkan, Department of Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine
ebola, Sierra Leone, humanitarian aid, global health, global surgery, health in wars and catastrophes, malaria
Håkon Angell Bolkan


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