PROGRAM
YATA
NorSec
Nordic Security Conference 2014
Colliding and Corresponding Interests within NATO
Challenges to the Transatlantic bond in times of geopolitical change
April 25th-26th, Norwegian Military Academy, Oslo
YOUTH ATLANTIC TREATY ASSOCIATION NORWAY
Youth Atlantic Treaty Association Norway is a network of young
professionals, students and cadets, raising awareness on topics of security,
defence and foreign policy.
YATA Norway is under the Norwegian Atlantic Committee (DNAK) and is
politically independent. At the core of the organisation are our 40 passionate
volunteers across the country: The two local chapters, YATA Trondheim and
YATA Bergen, in addition to the board situated in Oslo.
YATA Norway throws events like embassy visits and lectures from politicians,
military figures and scientists, as well as visits to military bases and
workshops. We have around 450 members nationally.
Read more and become a member at yata.no
Like us on facebook.com/yatanorway
Follow us at @Yata_no
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WELCOME TO NORSEC 2014!
2014 marks an important year for
NATO. Not only is it the 65th
anniversary of the Alliance. It is
also 20 years since the Alliance
first opened its doors to new
states,
beginning
with
the
Partnership for Peace-program,
and followed by new member
states
through
the
three
subsequent
post-Cold
war
enlargements 15, 10 and 5 years
ago. New enlargements will
follow, but not on the upcoming
NATO Summit in Wales, where
extended global partnerships will
be a main priority.
When the current 28 NATO
members
meet
in
Cardiff
September 4th – 5th, the focus
will be on the future of an Alliance
that after 13 years is withdrawing
from Afghanistan (ISAF) and
thereby ending almost 20 years of
continuous international military
operations “out of area”. NATO’s
engagement in Afghanistan has to
many observers been seen as the
alliance’s raison d’être. Military
power is only effective when its
operational, seems to have been
the common knowledge. But as
the
Alliance
demonstrated
throughout the Cold War, a
credible and flexible military
power was a highly effective tool
to deter an enemy. And the whole
point with the Cold War was to
prevent it from becoming warm!
As George Kennan once put it: if
you can’t treat communist Russia
and China as friends, the conflict
can
be
handled
by
acknowledging your divergent
interests
through
constant
vigilance and by securing the
strength in our own democratic
institutions. Let’s never forget that
NATO originally was created to
defend
personal
liberty,
democracy and the rule of law
(Art. 2). This is still a relevant
leading star!
We
are
indeed
living
in
challenging times. We are facing a
world in rapid transformation. In
the East, China is rising and
changing the regional power
balance as well as the weight of
its own voice in international
affairs. The US is devoting greater
attention to South East Asia and
the Pacific. Europe is still
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struggling with an economic,
social and political crisis that has
split north from south and caused
nationalistic reactions in many
EU-countries. Russia is playing
with the European map - again. In
Ukraine the political borders has
been changed by the use of
military force. Will the Russian
land
grab
revitalise
the
transatlantic
partnership
so
crucial to NATOs survival? Will we
end up with a new Cold War? Will
this crisis bring the Americans
back to Europe? Will it increase
Europeans willingness to pay for
its
own
defence?
Will
it
strengthen
the
European
component of NATO or give a
new impetus to build an
“autonomous” CESDP?
These are all questions that will
be raised and discussed by you
at this year’s NorSec. And these
are also questions that will be on
the agenda for NATOs next
Secretary General who for the first
time in the Alliance history will be
a Norwegian: Jens Stoltenberg!
Let’s congratulate him. But also
remind him of the complex
agenda he is facing. I am sure
that you will do your best to help
him!
NorSec 2014 is a unique
opportunity to take into account
the diversity of the alliance, the
complexity of the decisions that
are to be made, and the
opportunities and challenges that
lie ahead. I am pleased to see
that NorSec attracts so many
young people from so many
different countries, and I am
confident that by the end of your
days here, you will have gained a
greater understanding of what it
will entail when NATO is coming
home.
Good luck,
Kate Hansen Bundt,
Secretary General,
The Norwegian Atlantic
Committee
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WELCOME FROM YATA NORWAY
On behalf of YATA Norway, it is
my great pleasure to welcome
you all to the Nordic Security
Conference 2014! It has been
months of planning and we are
overwhelmed by the positive
interest in our conference. We
started out with the goal that this
year’s conference should highlight
the future challenges facing
NATO; challenges that are posed
by external forces but also those
posed by conflicting interests
within Europe. How can NATO
remain a cohesive and relevant
alliance in the years to come?
The recent events in Ukraine have
shown that NATO is still an
important actor in Europe, but the
question still remains how
We are delighted to have
participants from all over Norway,
Europe, USA and Canada. We
hope that NorSec 2014 will be
successful in giving people from
different parts of the world the
opportunity to discuss the
important topics brought up in the
conference and most of all, that
the participants will have fun
doing so!
Enjoy the conference!
Best wishes,
Helene Kvam Sigmond,
Conference manager NorSec
2014 & Vice-President YATA
Norway
NATO shall position itself in the
international community post2014.
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PROGRAM
Day 1 – Friday 25 April
09:15 - 09:20
Words of welcome by YATA Norway
09:20 - 09:30
Words of welcome by Chief of the Norwegian
Military Academy, Colonel Ingrid Margrethe
Gjerde
09:30 - 09:55
Opening lecture by the Royal Norwegian Minister
of Defence, Ine Eriksen Søreide
09:55 - 10:25
Keynote lecture by Prof. Dr. Janne Haaland
Matlary, University of Oslo
10:25 - 10:35
Coffee break
10:35 - 11:00
The Future Role of the US in NATO by Asle Toje,
Norwegian Nobel Institute.
11:00 - 11:25
Core Area Initiative by Henning Vaglum, Royal
Norwegian Ministry of Defence
11:25 - 11:35
Q&A
11:35 - 12:15
Lunch
12:15 - 12:40
NATO and Norwegian Security by Commodore
Jacob Børresen
12:40 - 13:05
EU and NATO Security Cooperation by Prof. Dr.
Luis Simon, Institute for European Studies
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13:05 - 13:30
Southern Europe - EU and NATO by Dr. Spyros
Economides, London School of Economics
13:30 - 14:00
Q&A and panel discussion
14:00 - 14:15
Coffee break
14:15 - 14:40
Eastern Europe by Helene Forsland Widerberg,
Norwegian Institute of Defence Studies (IFS)
14:40 - 15:05
Ukraine by Tor Bukkvoll, Norwegian Defence
Research Establishment (FFI)
15:05 - 15:30
Russia and NATO Relations by Pavel K. Baev,
Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO)
15:30 - 16:00
Q&A and panel discussion
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Day 2 – Saturday 26 April
09:30 - 09:55
Sweden’s Neutrality by Oscar Jonsson, King’s
College
09:55 - 10:20
The High North: Security Cooperation in the
Arctic by Katarzyna Zysk, Norwegian Institute for
Defence Studies (IFS)
10:20 - 11:00
Lunch
11:00 - 11:25
Coming into the Cold: Asian Arctic Interests by
Per Erik Solli, Norwegian Institute of International
Affairs
11:25 - 11:50
Cyber Security and Defence by Lt. Colonel
Thomas L. Halvorssen, Norwegian Cyber Force
11:50 - 12:20
Q&A and Panel Discussion
12:20 - 15:00
Workshop
Group 1: Oscar Jonsson, King’s College
Group 2: Andreas Østhagen, Norwegian Institute
for Defence Studies
Group 3: Ingvill Moe Elgsaas, Norwegian Defence
Research Establishment
Group 4: Bjørn Olav Knutsen, Norwegian Defence
Research Establishment
14:00 - 14:20
Coffee Break
15:00 - 16:00
Presentations by groups
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SPEAKERS’ BIOGRAPHIES
In order of appearance
Ine Eriksen Søreide is the Norwegian Minister of Defence. She represents
the Conservative Party (Høyre), and is elected to parliament from the
constituency of Oslo. Her parliamentary experience includes serving as chair
of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence, as well as Chair
for the Enlarged Foreign Affairs Committee. She has also served as Head of
the Delegation for Relations with the European Parliament, and Head of the
European Consultative Committee. She holds a Cand. Jur. degree from the
University of Tromsø.
Janne Haaland Matlary is Professor of political science at the University of
Oslo, as well as at the Norwegian Defense College. She was a researcher at
the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs 1987-1992, Research Director
at ARENA, Center for European Studies at the University of Oslo 1995-1997,
and Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs 1997-2000. Matlary’s research
interests include international relations and international security policy, with a
special focus on European Security Policy. Her latest books are (with
Magnus Petersson) NATO’s European Allies: Military Capability and Political
Will (Palgrave 2013) and (as co-editor) Strategisk Suksess? Norsk Maktbruk I
Libya og Afghanistan (Transl: Strategic Success? Norwegian use of force in
Libya and Aghanistan, Universitetsforlaget, 2013).
Asle Toje is Research Director at the Norwegian Nobel Institute in Oslo, and
has been a lecturer at the Institute for Political Science at the University of
Oslo. Toje’s research interests are found at the intersection of security
studies and European studies. Since graduating from Cambridge University in
2006, Toje has published widely on European security and foreign policy.
Among his latest works are America, the EU and Strategic Culture:
renegotiating the transatlantic bargain (London, Routledge); The European
Union as a Small Power: After the Post-Cold War (London, Macmillan, 2010)
and Neoclassical realism in Europe (Manchester University Press, 2012).
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Henning Vaglum is Director General for the Department of Security Policy at
the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Defence. He has formerly held the position
as Defence Advisor for the Norwegian Delegation to NATO, and he has also
been the Deputy Director General for the Transatlantic and European Security
Policy at the same department for which he now is Director General. Vaglum
graduated from John Hopkins University, School of Advanced International
Studies, with an MA in International Relations and Strategic Studies.
Commodore Jacob Børresen (ret.) has served a long military career in the
Royal Norwegian Navy, where he last held the position as Chief of the Navy
Staff. He has previously served as the military secretary to the Minister of
Defence and has also held a position at SHAPE as Assistant Director of
Operations for Bosnia, Operation Joint Endeavour. Commodore Børresen
has been widely published on topics of security and defence questions and
was also the co-author of the books on Norway's official defence history. He
is now an independent consultant on matters of Norwegian defence and
security policy.
Prof. Dr Luis Simon is a Research Professor in European Security at the
Institute for European Studies (Vrije Universiteit Brussel). He is also a cofounder and senior editor of the website European Geostrategy. He holds a
PhD from Royal Holloway College (University of London) and a Masters
degree from the Institute d’Etudes Politiques de Paris. Since February 2012,
Luis has been providing advise on strategic affairs to the Office of the
Spanish Minister of Defence. Between September 2012 and April 2013 he
has been a Visiting Fellow at the Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies
(Columbia University). His current research includes the evolution of U.S.
force posture and defence strategy and its impact upon transatlantic
relations; changing geostrategic dynamics in Asia and their implications for
Europe. Other research interests include NATO, the EU’s Common Security
and Defence Policy and the security and defence policies of Britain, France
and Germany.
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Dr. Spyros Economides is Senior Lecturer in International Relations and
European Politics in the European Institute at the London School of
Economics, and Deputy Director of the Hellenic Observatory. He received the
Robert Mackenzie Prize for his doctoral thesis on The International
Implications of the Greek Civil War. His subsequent work has concentrated
on the international affairs of Southeastern Europe and EU external relations.
He was a Research Associate of the Centre for Defence Studies at King's
College and at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London. He
was a Visiting Professor of Government at Dartmouth College, USA. And
acted as Specialist Adviser to the House of Lords EU Committee in its report,
'Responding to the Balkan Challenge: The Role of EU Aid'. His publications
include UN Interventionism: 1991-2004 (edited with Mats Berdal, 2007) and
The Economic Factor in International Relations (with Peter Wilson, 2001). He
is currently writing on the EU's Balkan experience since 1991.
Helene F. Widerberg received her MA in political science at the University
of Oslo in 2005. From 2009 to 2013 she worked as a research fellow at the
Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies, Norwegian Defence University
College. In a two-year project she examined how allies (Norway, Poland and
Lithuania) who share an overall goal – strengthened emphasis on collective
defence in the 2010 revision of NATO’s strategic Concept – chose different
tactics. The study was based on interviews at NATO headquarters and
relevant capital cities, observations of the behaviour of the three states and
inspection of written communications. She works as a project coordinator in
the Department for Security Policy and North America at the Norwegian
Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2013–).
Tor Bukkvoll has studied political developments in Russia and Ukraine since
the mid-1990s, especially in the areas of defence and security. He speaks
Russian and Ukrainian, and obtained his PhD from the Norwegian University
of Science and Technology. Bukkvoll has spent much time in Russia and
Ukraine. Bukkvoll was a visiting research fellow at the Changing Character of
War program at the University of Oxford in 2008, worked as an associate
professor of international relations at the Norwegian Military Academy
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between 1996-1999, and has previously worked at Fafo Institute for Applied
International Studies as well as the Peace Research Institute of Oslo (PRIO).
Pavel Baev is a Norwegian political scientist and security scholar. He is
currently a research professor at the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO)
and a senior non-resident fellow at the Brookings Institution (Washington,
DC). Baev graduated from Moscow State University (M.A. in economic and
political geography, 1979) and worked in a research institute in the USSR
Ministry of Defence. He received his PhD in international relations from the
Institute for US and Canadian Studies in Moscow in 1988, then worked in the
newly created Institute of Europe in Moscow until 1992, when he moved to
Oslo, Norway and joined PRIO. In 1994-1996, he held a 'Democratic
Institutions Fellowship" from NATO. From 1995-2001, Baev was co-editor of
the academic journal Security Dialogue, and from 1999-2005 he was a
member of the PRIO board. Baev's current research includes the
transformation of the Russian military, Russo-European Union relations,
Russian energy policy, Russian policy in the Arctic, and terrorism and conflict
in the Caucasus. He is a member of the PONARS Eurasia program, currently
located at the Institute for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies at the
Elliot School of International Affairs, George Washington University. Baev is
the author of several books and academic articles and he is a regular
columnist in the Eurasia Daily Monitor published by the Jamestown
Foundation.
Oscar Jonsson is a PhD candidate at the Department of War Studies,
King's College London. His research focuses on how technological
innovation is changing the understanding of war and warfare in Russian
military theory. He gained his MA in International Peace and Security
(Distinction) from the Department of War Studies, King’s College London and
a BA in Peace and Conflict Research from Uppsala University. He has earlier
worked for the EU Institute for Security Studies in Paris and in the Swedish
Armed Forces.
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Dr. Katarzyna Zysk is Associate Professor at the Norwegian Institute for
Defence Studies/Norwegian Defence University College in Oslo. Zysk is also
a member of the Arctic Security Initiative at Hoover Institution, Stanford
University and she serves as a research scholar (non-resident) at the US
Naval War College, Center for Naval Warfare Studies - Strategic Research
Department (since 2011). Zysk has published monograph, book chapters,
articles and reports and has contributed in the media on a variety of topics
including Arctic security, Russia's security and defence policy, maritime
security, transatlantic relations, European security, and diplomatic history.
Among her recent works is a post-doctoral research project on security
developments in the Arctic, with special focus on Russia's policies. The
project was a part of the international research programme "Geopolitics in
the High North" (2008-2012) and resulted in a number of publications that
appeared in Arctic Circumpolar Security in an Age of Climate Change
(Cambridge University Press, 2011), Emerging Naval Powers in the 21st
Century: Cooperation and Conflict at Sea (Routledge, 2012), The FastChanging Maritime Arctic: Defence and Security Challenges in a Warmer
World (University of Calgary Press, 2013), and others. Zysk earned her PhD
(2006) and MA (2002, with distinctions) in international relations and history
from Nicholas Copernicus University, Institute for International Relations in
Torun, Poland. Her current research focuses on international security and
strategic studies, including military innovation in Russia, Russia's Arctic
policies and relations with Asian countries, as well as security and
international order at sea in the Arctic.
Per Erik Solli is Colonel in the Royal Norwegian Air Force and is currently a
senior military advisor at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs
(NUPI). He has an MA in International Relations Pi Sigma Alpha from Auburn
University, a Master in Military Operational Art and Science from the U.S. Air
Force Air Command and Staff College, and a bachelor in Social Science from
the Norwegian Air Force Academy. His recent and current research projects
are Asian interest in the Arctic, security challenges in the Arctic, regional
perceptions of global security, national cyber security, geopolitical changes
and access to the global commons, and operational access for military
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operations. Solli was recently visiting fellow at strategic studies institutes in
Singapore and in Washington.
Andreas Østhagen is a fellow at the Norwegian Institute for Defence
Studies (IFS) in Oslo. He also serves as an analyst at The Arctic Institute.
Before returning to Oslo, he was the acting director, and before that an
advisor, at the North Norway European Office in Brussels. Previously he has
worked on Arctic and security issues at the Centre for Strategic and
International Studies (CSIS) in Washington D.C., as well as the Walter &
Duncan Gordon Foundation in Toronto. Østhagen holds a Master of Science
(MSc) from the London School of Economics (LSE) in European and
international affairs.
Ingvill Moe Elgsaas has an M. Phil. in Russian and East European Studies
from the University of Oxford and a B.A in Cultural and Social Sciences from
the University of Bergen. Her academic background is rooted in linguistics
and area studies focusing on Russia. She is currently enrolled in the Ph.D.
program for Political Science at the Norwegian University of Science and
Technology (NTNU). Moe Elgsaas is writing her Ph.D. on power relations in
the Russian Federation and the Murmansk Region at the Norwegian Defense
Research Establishment (FFI) within the framework of FFI’s Russia program.
Bjørn Olav Knutsen is senior researcher at the Norwegian Defence
Research Establishment (FFI) with European security issues as his main field
of research. He has previously been a guest researcher at the EU Institute for
Security Studies (EU-ISS) in Paris and also guest researcher at the
Norwegian Nobel Institute in Oslo. He has published widely in both national
and international journals and the latest one “NATO mellom samhold og
lagdeling” (NATO between cohesion and a multi-layered alliance) will appear
in the book “Norge i internasjonale operasjoner” (Norway in international
operations), Universitetsforlaget, 2014.
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CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS
Surname
Name
Affiliation
Abdli
Maria
Science Po Paris / NRK
Almassy
Karwan
University of Oslo
Andresen
Øystein Næss
YATA Norway, Røyken Kommune
Appelman
Rowinda
President YATA International
Austad
Ida Johanne
NTNU
Bengtsen
Fredrik
YATA Trondheim, NTNU
Berezkova
Vita
Amnesty International, Århus
University
Bergo
Aleksander
YATA Norway Member
Blicher
Sara
The Danish Atlantic Committee
Bowitz
Tollak Nylænde
University of Oslo
Bråten
Dennis Palij
University of Oslo
Burggraaff
Jannick
YATA Netherlands
Dahl
Isabella
Norwegian Police University College
Dahle
Marie Harbo
University of Oslo
Danielsen
Mads A
University of Oslo
Dimitrov
Martin
University of Glasgow
Durfee
Sean
University of British Colombia
Dyvesether
Natalie M
YATA Trondheim, NTNU
Dzigal
Lamija
University of Vienna, Intern OSCE
Dørum
Olav Hoel
Doctors Without Borders
Eckhoff
Christopher
William Tveitan
Buskerud and Vestfold University
College
Eggen
Karen-Anna
University of Oslo
Endal
Lars
YATA Bergen, University of Bergen
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Eriksen
Ellen Brehme
European Youth, Norwegian Young
Conservative
Fazlic
Daniel
Vice-President YATA International
Foss
Eli
YATA Alumni, Norwegian National
Rail Administration
Gaasemyr
Torunn
YATA Norway
Gundersen
Gullik Strand
Hølmebakk
University of Oslo
Guney
Eda
YATA Turkey
Hagen
Fredrik Julian Lie
University of Oslo
Halvorssen
Thomas L
Norwegian Cyber Force
Hegre
Ivar
University of Oslo
Hindbjørgmo
Agnethe Thun
Norwegian Young Conservative
Hodnefjeld
Axel
University of Oslo
Holmås
Ragnhild
President, YATA Norway
Holthe
Ingrid Dragland
University of Oslo
Hurum
Kari
YATA Trondheim, NTNU
Husøy
Haakon
YATA Norway, Norwegian Army
Isdal
Julie
University of Oslo, Norwegian Army
Kavli
Håkon Voldmo
NTNU
Klepo
Nani
YATA Croatia
Knudsen
Maria Mundt
YATA Denmark
Kofoed
Marianne
Svendsen
University of Oslo
Koliasta
Maria
Trainee at European Parliament
Kraglund
Bjørn
YATA Norway Member
Kvelland
Even
Scafrio
Langenhuijzen
Sander
YATA Netherlands
Lisii
Cristina
University of Sheffield, UK
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Lobo
Sean
Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Lund
Peder
President YATA Trondheim, NTNU
Manninen
Antti-Pekka
Student of Law and Political Science
Myrflott
Idun
Norwegian Army
Nilsen
Mats Ofrim
University of Oslo
Nilsson
Carl Hvenmark
US Embassy in Stockholm
Notø
Sebastian
Bjørknes College
Nøkling
Oscar
University of Oslo
Osorio
Christian Garzon
University of Oslo
Ovesen
Cecilie Falch
YATA Denmark
Przybyll
Anna
Warsaw University
Pulkkinen
Kaisa
Research coordinator at Swedish
Institute for International Affairs
Reng
Jeppe Mariegaard The Danish Atlantic Committee
Rohatgi
Manvi
University of Oslo
Sandness
Julie
YATA Norway
Sekulovic
Saba
YATA Montenegro
Seyffert
Matthew
Franklin University Switzerland
Shut
Darya
YATA Norway
Shvydchenko
Viktoriia
Sigmond
Helene Kvam
Silva
Miguel Nunes
YATA Portugal
Skjeggestad
Sunniva
YATA Bergen University of Oslo and
Bergen
Smidt
Martin
University of Oslo
Sneberg
Cathrine
University of Oslo
Sparre
Magnus
University of Oslo
Vice- President of Public Diplomacy
of Youth Atlantic Council, Ukraine
NorSec manager, Vice-President of
YATA Norway
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Spasovski
Andrej
YATA Macedonia
Staff
Ellen Wilmann
YATA Norway University of Oslo
Stajic
Dalibor
Stemre
Morten
Stenehjem
Karl
YATA Bergen, University of Bergen
Suardi
Stefano
YATA Italy
Thornqvist
Oskar J.K.
BI Oslo
Thorsen
Magnus Vestby
YATA Norway, University of Oslo
Tonisson
Ernst-Armin
Lund University
Trafford
Mick
Royal Marines Officer, UK Ministry of
Defence
Villa
Karoline
University of Oslo
Voll
Bjørn Ivar
University of Oslo
Voo
CJ Kevin
Uppsala University
Wengen
Linn-Aurora
YATA Norway, University of Oslo
Werner
Julian
YATA Germany
Wiik
Jørgen
University of Oslo
Wilcox
Tine E.L
Norwegian Young Conservatives
Yende
Ntokozo
Ziekenoppasser
Lisa
Ziolkowski
Marte
Norwegian Atlantic Committee
Øines
Nils
Nesbu Highscool
Østby
Anders
University of Oslo
Zentrum für Europäische Friedensund Sicherheitsstudien (ZEUS)
YATA alumni, Embassy of the
Republic of Korea
United World College, Red Cross
Nordic
Leiden Law School, Netherlands
Defence Academy
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