Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies

Founding Year: 1980

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Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies
(1980; Oslo; 47 staff; forsvaret.no)

The Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies is a part of the Norwegian Defence University College. Its “main activities are concentrated in the areas of research, training and dissemination. The institute is Norway’s foremost centre of security and defence studies.”

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Leadership: Kjell Inge Bjerga (Director)

Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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