After the opening of the Sverdrup oil field off the western coast of Norway, FNI Research Professor Lars Gulbrandsen talked to Der SPIEGEL about the difficult dilemma facing Norwegian policymakers.
Russian gas exports are growing – and with new pipelines to serve the European market, they seem set to keep rising. What are the geopolitical implications of Russia’s new role as a global gas supplier?
With sea-level rise comes a tide of challenges – some of which are legal, and indeed moral, in nature. How can human society tackle the threats facing small islands and low-lying states? What of the people and populations who risk losing their country to the waves?