PRIO

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AbbreviationPRIO
Formation1959
FounderJohan Galtung
HeadquartersOslo, Norway
TypeResearch institute
Staff75
Interestspeace

The Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) is based in Oslo, Norway.

Official narrative

From the Institute website: [1]

The institute is a non-profit peace research institute (established in 1959) whose overarching purpose is to conduct research on the conditions for peaceful relations between states, groups and people. The institute is independent, international and interdisciplinary, and explores issues related to all facets of peace and conflict. To remain at the cutting edge of peace research, PRIO is both proactively involved in identifying new trends in global conflict, and oriented toward formulating and documenting new understandings and responses

Staff

Staff include Ola Tunander.

 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
File:PRIO Annual report 2009.pdfreport2009The 2009 annual report.

 

Documents sourced from PRIO

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Democratic State v Deep StateessayDeep politics
Deep state
Democracy
1 January 2008Ola TunanderAn excellent introduction to deep politics. By clarifying the real role of the Secret Intelligence Services and the policy agenda they under firm control in most Western 'Democracies' (especially the UKUSA nations), it demonstrates the irrelevance of the party-political masquerade.
Document:The use of terrorism to construct world orderpaperDeep politics
Operation Gladio
Strategy of tension
War on Terror/Purposes
10 September 2004Ola Tunander
File:Isenberg Private Military Contractors.pdfpaperAcademi
Private military company
January 2009David Isenberg
File:PRIO Annual report 2009.pdfreportPRIO2009The 2009 annual report.
File:The Use of Terrorism to Construct World Order.pdfpaperDeep politics
War on Terror/Purposes
9 September 2004Ola TunanderA Paper presented at the Fifth Pan-European International Relations Conference (Panel 28 Geopolitics) Netherlands Congress Centre, The Hague.


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