Air Power Conference 2019<img alt="" src="/media/PubImages/Air%20Power%20Seminar_2019.jpeg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Air Power Conference 2019From Cold War to Hot Peace? Debating «Near-Peer Competitor War», and the role of Air Power. Chief of the Royal Norwegian Air Force invites to Air Power Conference 5–7 February 2019. From Cold War to Hot Peace? Debating «Near-Peer Competitor War», and the role of Air Power. Chief of the Royal Norwegian Air Force’s invites to Air Power Conference 5 - 7 February 2019. Air Power Conference 2019http://forsvaret.no/hogskolene/Arrangementer/air-power-conference-2019
Livestream: How to do Cyber Defence?<img alt="" src="/media/PubImages/2019-01-17_Cyber_ingress.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Livestream: How to do Cyber Defence?Thursday 17 January 2019, IFS assembles a team of international experts to discuss issues related to cyber defence. How can small countries such as the Nordic-Baltic states successfully defend themselves in the cyber domain? How can small countries such as the Nordic-Baltic states successfully defend themselves in the cyber domain? Thursday 17 January 2019 IFS assembles a team of international experts to discuss issues related to cyber defence.How to do Cyber Defence?http://forsvaret.no/hogskolene/Arrangementer/how-to-do-cyber-defence
Zysk: Russlands militærstrategi i endring<img alt="" src="/media/PubImages/Insight%2012.18.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Zysk: Russlands militærstrategi i endringHvordan påvirker endringer i Russlands militærstrategiske tenkning landets maritime ambisjoner i nord? Hvordan har Nordflåtens oppgaver og sammensetning utviklet seg i lys av den konseptuelle endringen i russisk militærstrategi? Og hvilke implikasjoner har utviklingen for Norges strategiske veivalg?http://forsvaret.no/ifs/Forskning/Stoerre-forskningsprogrammer/russland-militærstrategi-nordflåten

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Bekkevold, Jo Inge (2018): Asia and Europe in a New Era of Great Power Rivalry. Global Asia 2/2018 (Volum 13)Bekkevold, Jo Inge (2018): Asia and Europe in a New Era of Great Power Rivalry. Global Asia 2/2018 (Volum 13)<p>With the end of the Cold War, Europe’s engagement with Asian security issues understandably diminished, but with the rise of China and the Sino-US contest for influence in the region, the continent is finding itself increasingly pulled into a debate about how best to re-engage without jeopardizing its relations with Beijing. Moreover, Russia’s greater assertiveness in Europe and its closer relations with China mean the European Union is being squeezed into making tough decisions about its role in Asia. <br></p><p><a href="https://globalasia.org/v13no2/focus/asia-and-europe-in-a-new-era-of-great-power-rivalry_jo-inge-bekkevold">Go to "Global Asia"</a><br></p>
Bowers: Ian (2018): Can the Burden be Shared? Europe, the Sea and the Liberal Order in Asia. Global Asia 2/2018 (Volum 13)Bowers: Ian (2018): Can the Burden be Shared? Europe, the Sea and the Liberal Order in Asia. Global Asia 2/2018 (Volum 13)<p>​As the world’s largest trading bloc, the European Union has a huge stake in maritime security, freedom of navigation and other issues pertaining to the world’s great waterways, particularly in Asia. Therein lies one of the greatest challenges posed by the rise of China. Beijing’s determination to become a leading seapower is dramatically changing the geopolitical environment in the region, and Europe is ill-prepared to rise to the occasion.<br></p><p><a href="https://globalasia.org/v13no2/focus/can-the-burden-be-shared-europe-the-sea-and-the-liberal-order-in-asia_ian-bowers">Go to "Global Asia":</a><br></p>
Tunsjø, Øystein (2018): The East Asia-Europe Security Nexus. Global Asia 2/2018 (Volum 13)Tunsjø, Øystein (2018): The East Asia-Europe Security Nexus. Global Asia 2/2018 (Volum 13)<p>​The growing rivalry between China and the United States, centered on the contest for influence in East Asia, has important implications for the security policy of the European Union as it faces a more assertive Russia and other challenges. In the future, the US is likely to devote more attention and resources to Asia, and even to call on its European allies in the event of conflict in the Asia-Pacific. And yet, not enough attention is being paid by EU policy-makers to the need for new strategic thinking<br></p><p><a href="https://globalasia.org/v13no2/focus/the-east-asia-europe-security-nexus_%C3%98ystein-tunsj%C3%B8">Go to "Global Asia":</a> <br></p>
Hoel, Camilla Ulleland (2018): Secret Plots: The False Endings of Dickens's Novels. Victoriographies 3/2018 (Volum 8)Hoel, Camilla Ulleland (2018): Secret Plots: The False Endings of Dickens's Novels. Victoriographies 3/2018 (Volum 8)<p>​Oliver Twist does not find wealth and family and live happily ever after. Amy Dorrit and Arthur Clennam never escape the workhouse. And Eugene Wrayburn does not revive to marry Lizzie Hexam and start a new and productive life. This article takes as its starting point the idea that a story can have ‘false’ endings and uses it as a way of approaching the problem of Charles Dickens's plots, tracing Dickens's method in three novels from different periods of his authorship: Oliver Twist (1839), Little Dorrit (1857), and Our Mutual Friend (1865). Dickens's novels are full of plots that should never have played out and are enabled by a series of miracles. Instead of seeing the happy endings as undermining the impact of the novels' social criticism, the article argues that Dickens encourages his readers to see through the simple solutions he presents. The novels themselves undermine their happy endings through overt markers of fictionality and use doubled plots and characters to highlight the starker, more realistic outcomes of the main plots. In this way, Dickens manages to evade the hostility and resistance which a more direct approach might provoke.</p><p class="forsvaretElement-p"><a href="https://www.euppublishing.com/doi/abs/10.3366/vic.2018.0316"><span style="color:#333333;font-family:proximanova, arial, helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:16px;background-color:#ffffff;">Go to "Victoriographies" </span></a><br></p><div><br></div><p><br></p>
Grønning, Bjørn Elias Mikalsen (2018) Operational and industrial military integration: extending the frontiers of the Japan–US alliance. International Affairs 4/2018 (Volum 94)Grønning, Bjørn Elias Mikalsen (2018) Operational and industrial military integration: extending the frontiers of the Japan–US alliance. International Affairs 4/2018 (Volum 94)<p class="forsvaretElement-p">​Japan today faces security challenges unprecedented in the post-Cold War era. As it has done when reacting to past challenges, Tokyo is responding to the contemporary security challenges primarily by investing in its military capabilities and in its alliance with the United States. It is, however, making its investments in new and unprecedented ways. This article focuses on two such unprecedented ways in which Japan is investing in the Japan–US alliance. It makes two core arguments. First, the article identifies a Japanese push for industrial and operational military integration with its US ally and argues that Japan has made substantial political, legal and institutional preparations to move the alliance beyond its traditional boundaries. Second, it argues that missile defence and counter-A2/AD (anti-access/area denial) capabilities are two prospective expressions of the new frontiers of the Japan–US alliance.<br></p><p class="forsvaretElement-p"><a href="https://academic.oup.com/ia/article/94/4/755/5039998">Go to "International affairs</a>"<br></p>

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Air Power Conference 2019Air Power Conference 20192/5/2019 11:00:00 AM2/7/2019 11:00:00 AM2019-02-07T11:00:00Z2019-02-05T11:00:00ZKonferanseTrondheim, Luftkrigsskolenhttp://forsvaret.no/hogskolene/Arrangementer/air-power-conference-2019

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