• Etterretning i NATO. Fra ambisjon til feilslått reform? 

      Norheim, Per Kristian (Militære studier;6/2015, Research report, 2015)
      This thesis explores the motivational origins of NATO’s Knowledge Development (KD) concept. Given its degree of implementation in the alliance command structure, KD might or might not have led to enhanced military ...
    • Evne til læring? Erfaringshåndtering i Afghanistan 

      Nesheim, Inda (Militære studier;6, Research report, 2016)
      For the Norwegian Armed Forces, participation in international operations has long been important. Norway’s NATO mission in Afghanistan (2001–2014) was the country’s most extensive military engagement since the Second World ...
    • Humanitær intervensjon: Når, hvor - og hvorfor ikke? 

      Hjelmesæth, Marius (Militære studier;5, Research report, 2015)
      In the post-Cold War era, we have seen an increasing number of innocent civilians exposed to grave threats and violent attacks, especially in failed states. In 2005, the UN doctrine of Responsibility to protect (R2P) laid ...
    • Kampen om Svalbard, 2030: Norsk eller russisk dominans 

      Keyser-Amundsen, Christian (Militære studier;1/2016, Research report, 2016)
      This thesis addresses the contribution and role of the Royal Norwegian Navy in a crisis situation in the High North as well as the capability and capacity challenges it faces meeting the potential threats in the region. ...
    • Norske kampfly i krig: Bombing på klare betingelser? 

      Husby, Gabriel (Militære studier;3-4/2016, Research report, )
      This comparative study examines Norway’s use of fighter jets in four military campaigns after the Cold War. Using a foreign policy analysis model that incorporates variables from several analytical levels, the study aims ...
    • Nye norske ubåter: Sikkerhetspolitikk for fremtiden? 

      Norheim, Kay (Militære studier;2/2016, Research report, 2016)
      Norway is on the verge of buying new submarines. This study is an unclassified strategy analysis of why submarines should be part of the Norwegian Navy in the future. Due to shifting strategic circumstances, long-term ...
    • Overraskelsesangrep i operasjoner: Utnyttelse og håndtering 

      Strøm, Lars (Militære studier;5/2016, Research report, 2016-09-21)
      Surprise attacks are a fundamental and lasting part of warfare and diplomacy. They possess such force multiplying power that countless nations and their militaries throughout history have tried to exploit their fruits in ...