JULIE WILHELMSEN - Blogg Regjeringen

JULIE WILHELMSEN
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Norwegian Institute of International Affairs
C.J. Hambros plass 2D
0033 Oslo, Norway
(+47) 48 17 43 28
jw@nupi.no
PERSONALIA
Born 26.06.69. Married. Five children (1996, 1999, 2005, 2006 and 2008).
EDUCATION
2014
Ph.D in Political Science, University of Oslo.
Areas of specialisation: Russian Politics, Critical Security Studies, Discourse
Analysis.
Dissertation: “How War Becomes Acceptable: Russian re-phrasing of
Chechnya.”
1999
Hovedfag in Political Science, University of Oslo.
Thesis: “Conflict in the Russian Federation: Two Case Studies, a Hobbesian
Explanation.”
1996
1995
1994
Master of Science in Russian and Post-Soviet Studies, London School of
Economics and Political Science.
Mellomfag in Political Science, University of Oslo.
Mellomfag in Russian, University of Oslo.
1993/94
Russian language studies, St. Petersburg State University
1992
Grunnfag in Political Science, University of Oslo.
1991
Grunnfag in History, University of Oslo.
1990
1989
Examen Philosophicum, University of Oslo.
Examen artium, Manglerud Videregående.
EMPLOYMENT
2014?Senior Research Fellow, Emerging powers Research Group, Norwegian
Institute of International Affairs (NUPI)
2003
2002
2000
Research Fellow, Department for Russland and Eurasia, NUPI.
Research Fellow and Project-leader, Norwegian Defence Research
Establishment (FFI).
Consultant, Asylum Applications from Russia, Norwegian Directorate of
Immigration.
1998
Student Fellow, Centre for Russian Studies, NUPI.
NON-PROFIT EMPLOYMENT
1989-1995
Conference organization, Initiatives of Change in Caux, Switzerland.
1991-1995
Conference organization, Initiatives of Change in Former Soviet Union
Countries.
1998-1990
Voluntary work with Mother Theresa’s Sisters of Charity in Calcutta, India.
2003-
Member and Vise Chair of the Board of the Norwegian Helsinki Committee.
PROJECTMANAGEMENT, EDITORSHIP AND SUPERVISION
2001-2002 Manager of the Russia research group at Norwegian Defence Research
Establishment (FFI)
2007-2010
university’
Projectmanager of ‘Competency and Research support for the Chechen State
2012-2015
Projectmanager of ‘Dialogue and Learning across the Russian
/Northcaucasian Divide’
2011-
Co-editor of Internasjonal Politikk together with Kristin Haugevik.
2002-2015
Thesis-supervision of 10 Master students on Russian Affairs.
(Reviews and peer reviews of books and articles have not been included)
PUBLICATIONS
Books and edited volumes
Wilhelmsen, Julie and Elana Wilson Rowe (eds.) (2011) Russia's Encounter with
Globalization. Actors, Processes and Critical Moments. England: Palgrave Macmillan.
Wilhelmsen, Julie og Erika Fatland (eds.) (2010) Chechen Scholars on Chechnya. Oslo:
Norwegian Institute of International Affairs.
Wilhelmsen, Julie (ed) (2004) Putin’s Russia: Strategic Westernisation? Oslo: Norwegian
Institute of International Affairs.
Refereed Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Wilhelmsen, Julie (2014) Russland og Folkeretten: Selektiv Prinsippfasthet. Internasjonal
Politikk, 72 (1) (accepted for publication)
Wilhelmsen, Julie and Geir Flikke (2011) Russian-Chinese Convergence and Central Asia,
Geopolitics, 4 (16): 865-902.
Julie Wilhelmsen (2011) ‘Russia and International Terrorism’ in Wilhelmsen, Julie and
Elana Wilson Rowe (eds) (2011) Russia's Encounter with Globalization. Actors,
Processes and Critical Moments. England: Palgrave Macmillan (97-134).
Wilhelmsen, Julie (2009) Islamism in Azerbaijan: how potent? Studies in Conflict and
Terrorism, 32 (8):726-743.
Wilhelmsen, Julie and Geir Flikke (2005) Evidence of Russia’s Bush Doctrine in the CIS,
European Security, 14 (3):387-417.
Wilhelmsen, Julie (2005) Between a Rock and a Hard Place: the Islamisation of the Chechen
Separatist Movement, Europe-Asia Studies, 57 (1):35-61.
Wilhelmsen, Julie (2005) Grove menneskerettighetsbrudd i Tsjetsjenia – en snublestein for
Europarådet? Nordisk Østforum, 19 (2).
Wilhelmsen, Julie (2004) Tsjetsjenske Separatister: mellom Barken og Veden. Internasjonal
Politikk, 62 (2):153-176.
Reports
Wilhelmsen, Julie (2015) Når innenriks blir utenriks: Russisk utenrikspolitikk etter Krim.
Oslo: NUPI.
Flikke, Geir and Julie Wilhelmsen (2008) Central Asia: Testing Ground for New GreatPower Relations. Oslo: NUPI.
Wilhelmsen, Julie and Geir Flikke (2005) Copy that: A Russian Bush- Doctrine in the CIS?
Oslo: NUPI.
Wilhelmsen, Julie (2003) Norms: The forgotten factor in Russian-Western rapprochement a case study of freedom of the press under Putin. Kjeller: FFI.
Wilhelmsen, Julie (2002). A Russian-Western Security Community? Possibilities and
obstacles. Kjeller: FFI.
Wilhelmsen, Julie, Bent Erik Bakken, Tor Bukkvoll, Iver Johansen, Anders Kjølberg, Paul
Narum, Jan Reksten (2002). Russland som "assosiert NATO-medlem" og Norge. Kjeller:
FFI.
Wilhelmsen, Julie (1999). Konflikt i Den russiske føderasjon – To kasusstudier, en
hobbesiansk forklaring. Oslo: NUPI.
TEACHING AND OUTREACH
2002-2014
More than 200 invited, public talks and lectures on Russian politics,
including at Norwegian and foreign universities.
2005-2013
2002- 2008
2003-2014
Lecturer on Russian Domestic and Foreign Policy, The Norwegian Defence
University College (Forsvarets Høyskole).
Lecturer, Norwegian Atlantic Committee Course in International Politics.
More than 30 Op-Eds on Russian politics in major Norwegian Newspapers.
2002-2014
Frequent interviews in Norwegian media on Russian politics (newspapers,
Radio, TV).
LANGUAGES
Fluent: Norwegian, English
Proficient: Russian, German
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