In this seminar, three short presentations, based on recently published policy papers at NUPI, will examine the RFE-East Asia relationship from different perspectives, and will also explore the question of how East Asian economies can participate in the future development of the RFE.
The aim of this project is to put more emphasis on the implementation phase of EU security and defence policy, and to investigate the implications of this policy for Norwegian security and defence policy.
The project will meet on of the fundamental objectives of the EEA Agreement - to ensure that conditions for trade and economic relations in Europe are as equal as possible through seeking to improve governance for sustainable production in the energy sector in Bulgaria.
This project investigates how the process of transnationalization affects the strategies of the Central American economic groups (CAEGs), and what these strategies will mean for the sustainable development of the region.
Norway has granted tariff-free access for imports from the Least Developing Countries (LDCs) and some low-income countries, but in spite of tariff preferences amounting to 300-400 per cent for many agricultural goods, imports are modest due to supply constraints and other obstacles to trade. The study has examined why this is the case and what can be done to increase trade.