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  • Meet FNI at the Arctic Frontiers conference in Tromsø

    Ishavskatedralen, Tromsø

    Arctic Frontiers is an international conference focusing on Arctic issues that takes place in Tromsø, Norway, from 29 January to 1 February 2024. The conference hosts participants from academia, politics, government, and business. With this year's theme, “Actions & Reactions”, the Fridtjof Nansen Institute (FNI) is set to play a key role in various side events, bringing our expertise to the forefront of Arctic discussions. 

  • New master’s students at FNI spring 2024

    This spring's master students at Polhøgda. Photo: Anna Valberg/FNI

    ‘We need young blood, academically but not least socially. As far as I am aware, we have yet to host a student who has not benefited from this experience. It's a win–win situation’, says FNI director Iver B. Neumann.

  • FNI partner in New Centre for Geopolitics

    The Norwegian Foreign Minister inaugurated the centre. Photo: Therese Leine/NUPI.

    ‘FNI has much to contribute when it comes to analysing China's ambitions, Russia's attempts to gain recognition on a par with the USA and China, and, most importantly, the unfolding geopolitical dynamics in the Arctic’, says FNI Director Iver B. Neumann.


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