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When will Norway get on the field?

Superpower policy sticks in the wheels of the Arms Convention's work to ban autonomous weapons systems. The Chronicle author from the Norwegian Peace Team calls for Norway's involvement in the case.

Sisterhood and hope for the future

Around 200 000 women have been raped as part of the war in the Democratic Republic of Congo. City of Joy is a hot documentary on the way back to life.

Foucault and the Iranian Revolution

It is far from Tehran 1978 to Paris, Copenhagen or Oslo 2018, but with Foucault's help we may be able to understand a little more of the religious language of the Iranian revolution.

Laila, the mother of addicts

Laila at the Bridge takes us on a grueling journey to Kabul's gloomy drug environment, accompanied by a woman trying to save addicts.

Pending Thai new elections

While the sun shines on Thailand's sandy beaches, the political storm is never far away.

From the Pearl of the Black Sea to a political game piece

Odessa's international film festival was naturally influenced by political themes this year.

The power of mobilization

Political resistance in Africa is led by middle-class individuals, while the poor are gathering in the streets.

How can we help the Syrians?

War reporter Rania Abouzeid secretly went into Syria and stayed there for several years. No Turning Back is the story of four Syrians and three cities, and the story of a defeat.

The new culture of uncertainty

Mary Kaldor's research shows that the security strategies of the authorities maintain and exacerbate the wars rather than halt them, and create good conditions for war profiteers.

What does NATO really want?

According to our government, the great NATO exercise that is going on in Central Norway these days should give us a sense of security. But does the course NATO has stood out in recent years, a sense of security?

A thought-provoking and certainly probable explanation for the subsequent developments in the Arab world

Secularists and Islamists played on the same team before the powerless and vain President Nasser sowed animosity and strife, the new book claims.

A tragic chapter in Norwegian history

Not many expected the Petersen Committee to come up with a critique of Norway's role in the Libya war, but the committee's report is nevertheless less critical than expected. It all remains a sad story.  

In Gandhi's footsteps 

Indian activist and philosopher Vandana Shiva now visits Norway at the Globalization Conference.

Mobilizes before Norway's largest military exercise 

Several mobilization meetings are now being organized against the NATO exercise Trident Juncture around Norway. "There is an increasing build-up of militarism in Europe, and it is dangerous," one of the peace activists told Ny Tid. 

"Norway has become a war nation" 

Philosopher Jon Hellesnes comments on Norway's contribution to NATO.

From folk hero to dictator 

Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega is more and more similar to his violent and dictatorial predecessor.