International conflicts, cooperation and use of power – Research – Department of Sociology and Political Science
International Conflicts, Cooperation and Use of Power
International Conflicts, Cooperation and Use of Power
Our Department continues to develop research into armed conflicts, international cooperation, foreign policy and security policy. Our research in this field relates to studies of political institutions, the use of military force, terrorism, nonviolent resistance and social movements, but also to climate and political developments in societies that have suffered civil wars. The research community has long had close cooperation with PRIO – The Peace Research Institute in Oslo. This Cooperation also encompasses The Research School on Peace and Conflict where University of Oslo also is a partner.
- American Exceptionalism. Espen Moe
- Rise and Decline of Great Powers. Espen Moe
- War as Creative Destruction. Espen Moe
- The Politics of Caveats in Multinational Military Operations. Gunnar Fermann
- Communicating War Participation. Gunnar Fermann
- Foreign Policy Analysis and Transnational Actors. Gunnar Fermann
- Geographical patterns of military spending. Jo jakobsen
- Patterns, changes, and effects of U.S. overseas military bases. Jo Jakobsen
- Geopolitical risk for international business. Jo Jakobsen
- Ways of Knowing. Torbjørn Knutsen and Jonathon Moses
- The Origins of the Study of International Relations: Ancient Greece, Rome, and the League of Nations. Torbjørn Knutsen
This is some recent publications in English. Please see the researchers' NTNU profiles for more.
- Jo Jakobsen and Thomas Halvorsen (2019): Geographical and Temporal Patterns of Interstate Security Competition: Global and Regional Evidence. International Area Studies Review.
- Fermann, Gunnar (2019): Coping with Caveats in Coalition Warfare: An Emperical Research Program. Palgrave MacMillans
- Espen Moe and Jo-Kristian Røttereng (2018): The Post-carbon Society: Rethinking the International Governance of Negative Emissions. Energy Research and Social Science
- Gunnar Fermann and Per Marius Frost-Nielsen (2018): Conceptualizing Caveats for Political Research: Defining and Measuring National Reservations on the Use of Force During Multinational Military Operations. Contemporary Security Policy.
- Torbjørn Knutsen (2018: The Origins of IR: Idealists, Administrators and the Institutionalization of a New Science, in Andreas Gofas, Inanna Hamati & Nicholas Onuf, Eds., SAGE Handbook of the History, Philosophy and Sociology of International Relations. SAGE.
- Torbjørn Knutsen (2018): At studere krig (On the Study of War).Tidsskriftet Politica.
- Jo Jakobsen (2018): Is European NATO Really Free-Riding? Patterns of Material and Non-Material Burden-Sharing after the Cold War. European Security.
- Marko Valenta and Jo Jakobsen (2018): Nexus of Armed Conflicts and Migrations to the Gulf: Migrations to the GCC from War-torn Source Countries in Asia, Africa and the Arab Neighbourhood. Middle Eastern Studies
- Per Marius Frost-Nielsen (2018): Bringing Military Conduct out of the Shadow of Law". Journal of Military Ethics.
- Jo Jakobsen and Tor Georg Jakobsen (2018): Tripwires and free-riders: Do forward-deployed U.S. troops reduce the willingness of host-country citizens to fight for their country?Contemporary Security Policy.
- Jo Jakobsen and Thomas Halvorsen (2018): The Durability of the Security Dilemma: An Empirical Investigation of Action-reaction Dynamics in States' Military Spending 1988-2014. The Chinese Journal of International Politics.
- Indra de Soysa (2017): Predatory Government and the Feasability of Rebellion: A Micro Logic og the Capitalist Peace. Oxford Research Encyclopedias. Politics.
- Indra de Soysa (2017): Proxy Wars: Implications of Great-Power Rivalry for the Onset and Duration of Civil War. Oxford Research Encyclopedias. Politics.
- Torbjørn Knutsen (2017): Cumulative Knowledge, Science, and the Emergence of the Study of International Relations, in William Thompson, Ed.: Oxford Research Encyclopedia in Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Per Marius Frost-Nielsen (2017): Conditional Commitments: Why States Use Caveats to Reserve Their Efforts in Military Coalition Operations", Contemporary Security Policy
- Per Marius Frost-Nielsen (2017): Caveats in Coalition Operations. Blog post. Contemporary Security Policy
- Torbjørn Knutsen (2016): A history of International Relations Theory. Manchester University Press.
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- POL1000 Introduction to Political Science: International Relations and Comparative Politics
- POL1005 Geopolitical risk
- POL2013 Specialization in Political Science: International Relations
- POL2014 Specialization in Political Science: Comparativ Politics