Geir HØnneland

CURRICULUM VITAE GEIR HØNNELAND
Born 30 May 1966, lives in Jar, Bærum, with wife and two children
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Full professor competence
Dr.polit. (PhD) in political science from the University of Oslo
Cand.polit. (MA) in political science from the University of Tromsø
Cand.mag. (BA) from the University of Oslo in political science; East European
history, culture and society; and Russian and Polish languages and literature
Russian language from the Norwegian Defence College
Work experience:
At the Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Lysaker, Norway:
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2006–:
2003–06:
2000–02:
1996–99:
Research Director
Director of the Russian and Polar Programme
Director of the Polar Programme
Research Fellow
Outside the Fridtjof Nansen Institute:
 2010 (June-August)
 2005–:
 2002–03:
 1994–95:
 1991–93:
 1988–93:
Visiting scholar at Innovative Fisheries Management, University
of Aalborg, Denmark
Adjunct professor (“professor II”) at the Dept. of Political Science,
University of Tromsø
Visiting scholar and professor of international environmental
policy at the Dept. of Human Ecology, Rutgers, the State
University of New Jersey, USA
Researcher at NORUT Social Science Research, Tromsø
Fishery inspector for the Norwegian Coast Guard
Russian interpreter for the Norwegian Coast Guard, the Governor
of Svalbard and the Norwegian Defence Head Command
Languages:
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Norwegian (mother tongue)
English (fluent)
Russian (fluent)
German (good)
French (fair)
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Publications:
Peer-reviewed books in English:
 Making Fishery Agreements Work: Post-Agreement Bargaining in the Barents Sea Fisheries,
Cheltenham and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012 (160 pp.) (paperback
edition 2013).
 International Environmental Agreements: An Introduction, London and New York: Routledge,
2011 (216 pp.) (co-edited with Steinar Andresen and Elin Lerum Boasson) (paperback edition
2012).
 Borderland Russians: Identity, Narrative and International Relations, Basingstoke & New York:
Palgrave Macmillan, 2010 (184 pp.). Paperback edition with new introduction 2013 (208 pp).
 International Politics and Arctic Governance: Regime Effectiveness and Northern Region Building,
London and New York: Routledge, 2007 (co-edited with Olav Schram Stokke) (224 pp.)
(paperback edition 2010).
 Law and Politics in Ocean Governance: The UN Fish Stocks Agreement and Regional Fisheries
Management Regimes, Leiden and Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers/Brill Academic
Publishers, 2006 (with Tore Henriksen and Are Sydnes) (226 pp.).
 Tackling Space: Federal Politics and the Russian North, Lanham, MD and Oxford: University
Press of America, 2006 (co-edited with Helge Blakkisrud) (222 pp.).
 Health as International Politics: Combating Communicable Diseases in the Baltic Sea Region,
Aldershot and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2004 (with Lars Rowe) (130 pp.).
 Russian Fisheries Management: The Precautionary Approach in Theory and Practice, Leiden and
Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers/Brill Academic Publishers, 2004 (210 pp.).
 Russia and the West: Environmental Co-operation and Conflict, London and New York:
Routledge, 2003 (184 pp.) (paperback edition 2011).
 Implementing International Environmental Agreements in Russia, Manchester and New York:
Manchester University Press, 2003 (with Anne-Kristin Jørgensen) (204 pp.).
 Centre–Periphery Relations in Russia: The Case of the Northwestern Regions, Aldershot and
Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2001 (co-edited with Helge Blakkisrud) (256 pp.).
 Coercive and Discursive Compliance Mechanisms in the Management of Natural Resources: A Case
Study from the Barents Sea Fisheries, Dordrecht and Boston: Kluwer Academic
Publishers/Springer, 2000 (204 pp.).
 Integration vs. Autonomy: Civil–Military Relations on the Kola Peninsula, Aldershot and
Brookfield, VT: Ashgate, 1999 (with Anne-Kristin Jørgensen) (214 pp.).
Peer-reviewed books in Norwegian (incl. translations):
 Arktiske utfordringer (Challenges in the Arctic), Kristiansand: Høyskoleforlaget, 2012 (150
pp.).
 Nordområdene – hva nå? (The High North – What Now?), Trondheim: Tapir Academic Press,
2010 (with Lars Rowe) (152 pp.).
 Fra svarte skyer til helleristninger: Norsk-russisk miljøvernsamarbeid gjennom 20 år (From Dark
Skies to Rock Carvings: 20 Years of Norwegian–Russian Environmental Cooperation),
Trondheim: Tapir Academic Press, 2008 (with Lars Rowe) (186 pp.).
 Internasjonal miljøpolitikk (International Environmental Politics), Bergen: Fagbokforlaget, 2008
(co-edited with Steinar Andresen and Elin Lerum Boasson) (210 pp.).
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 Småstat og energistormakt: Norges sikkerhetspolitiske rolle i nord (Nordområdepolitikk III) (Small
State and Energy Great Power: Norway’s Security Role in the High North), Bergen:
Fagbokforlaget, 2008 (with Svein Vigeland Rottem and Leif Christian Jensen) (136 pp.).
 Den nye nordområdepolitikken: Barentsbilder etter årtusenskiftet (Nordområdepolitikk II) (The New
Norwegian Politics in the High North: Barents Pictures after the Turn of the Millennium),
Bergen: Fagbokforlaget, 2008 (with Leif Christian Jensen) (177 pp.).
 Russlandsbilder: Nye debattinnlegg om naboskap i nordområdene (Nordområdepolitikk I) (Pictures
of Russia: New Contributions to the Debate about Neighbourhood in the High North),
Bergen: Fagbokforlaget, 2007 (co-edited with Lars Rowe) (114 pp.).
 Kvotekamp og kyststatssolidaritet: Norsk-russisk fiskeriforvaltning gjennom 30 år (Quota Battles
and Solidarity between Coastal States: Norwegian–Russian Fisheries Management through
30 Years), Bergen: Fagbokforlaget, 2007 (152 pp.). Published in Russian by PINRO Press in
2007.
 Moderne russisk politikk: En innføring i Russlands politiske system (Contemporary Russian
Politics: An Introduction to Russia’s Political System), Bergen: Fagbokforlaget, 2006 (with
Jørgen Holten Jørgensen) (168 pp.). Published in revised and updated version in Danish by
Forlaget Samfundslitteratur in 2007.
 Barentsbrytninger: Norsk nordområdepolitikk etter den kalde krigen (“Barents Breaking”:
Norwegian Foreign Policy in the North after the Cold War), Kristiansand:
Høyskoleforlaget/Norwegian Academic Press, 2005 (190 pp.).
 Vårt bilde av russerne: 25 debattinnlegg om samarbeidet i nord (How We View the Russians: 25
Contributions to the Debate about Co-operation in the North), Kristiansand:
Høyskoleforlaget/Norwegian Academic Press, 2002 (with Anne-Kristin Jørgensen) (116 pp.).
Articles in international peer-reviewed journals:
 “Framing High North Policies: Public Discourse in Norway after 2000”, Acta Borealia 28(1):
37–54, 2011 (with Leif Christian Jensen).
 “East–West Collaboration in the European North: Structures and Perceptions”, International
Journal 65(4): 837–850, 2010.
 “Kompromiss als Routine: Russland, Norwegen und die Barentssee”, Osteuropa 61(2-3): 257–
269, 2011.
 “Kooperation an der Barentssee: Umweltschutz zwischen Russland und Norwegen”
(Cooperation on the Barents Sea: Environmental Protection between Russia and Norway),
Osteuropa 58(4-5): 447–457, 2008.
 “Power Institutions and International Collaboration on the Kola Peninsula”, Journal of Power
Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies, Issue 4/5, online edition, 2006.
 “Implementing Global Nature Protection Agreements in Russia”, Journal of International
Wildlife Law and Policy 9(1): 33–53, 2006 (with Jørgen Holten Jørgensen).
 “Western vs. Post-Soviet Medicine: Fighting Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS in North-West
Russia and the Baltic States”, Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics 21(3): 395–
415, 2005 (with Lars Rowe).
 “Towards a Precautionary Fisheries Management in Russia?”, Ocean & Coastal Management
48(7-8): 619–631, 2005.
 “Federal Environmental Governance and the Russian North”, Polar Geography 29(1): 27–42,
2005 (with Jørgen Holten Jørgensen).
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 “Fisheries Management in Post-Soviet Russia: Legislation, Principles and Structure”, Ocean
Development & International Law 36(2): 179–194, 2005.
 “Fish Discourse: Norway, Russia and the Northeast Arctic Cod”, Human Organization 63(1):
68–77, 2004.
 “Nuclear Safety Discourse in the European Arctic”, Polar Record 40(212): 39–49, 2004.
 “Russia’s Northern Fishery Basin: Trends in Regulation, Fleet and Industry”, Polar Geography
27(3): 225–239, 2003 (with Lyudmila Ivanova and Frode Nilssen).
 “East Meets West: Environmental Discourse in the European Arctic”, Journal of
Environmental Policy and Planning 5(2): 181–199, 2003.
 “Industrial Pollution Discourse in the European Arctic”, Acta Borealia 20(1): 49–73, 2003.
 “Implementing International Environmental Agreements in Russia: Lessons from Fisheries
Management, Nuclear Safety and Air Pollution Control”, Global Environmental Politics 3(1):
72–98, 2003 (with Anne-Kristin Jørgensen).
 “Implementing Russia’s International Environmental Commitments: Federal Prerogative or
Regional Concern?” Europe–Asia Studies 54(8): 1223–1240, 2002 (with Anne-Kristin
Jørgensen).
 “Implementing International Fisheries Agreements in Russia: Lessons from the Northern
Basin”, Marine Policy 26(5): 359–367, 2002 (with Anne-Kristin Jørgensen).
 ”Joint Russian-Norwegian Nuclear Safety Initiatives: A Research Note”, Post-Soviet
Geography and Economics 42(8): 615–621, 2001 (with Arild Moe).
 “Quota Allocation in Russia’s Northern Fishery Basin: Principles and Practice”, Ocean &
Coastal Management 44(7-8): 471–488, 2001 (with Frode Nilssen).
 ”Institutional Change and the Problems of Restructuring the Russian Fishing Industry”,
Post-Communist Economies 13(3): 313–330, 2001 (with Frode Nilssen).
 ”Center-Periphery Relations in Russia’s European North”, Polar Geography 24(1): 27–56, 2000
(with Helge Blakkisrud).
 “Co-management in Northwest Russian Fisheries”, Society & Natural Resources 13(8): 635–
648, 2000 (with Frode Nilssen).
 “Enforcement Co-operation between Norway and Russia in the Barents Sea Fisheries”, Ocean
Development & International Law 31(3): 249–267, 2000.
 “Compliance in the Barents Sea Fisheries: How Fishermen Account for Conformity with
Rules”, Marine Policy 24(1): 11–19, 2000.
 “Co-management and Communities in the Barents Sea Fisheries”, Human Organization 58(4):
396–403, 1999.
 “A Model of Compliance in Fisheries: Theoretical Foundations and Practical Application”,
Ocean & Coastal Management 42(8): 699–716, 1999.
 “The Stories Fishermen Tell (or: Themes from the Barents Sea Fisheries)”, Human Ecology
27(4): 621–626, 1999.
 “Co-operative Action between Fishermen and Inspectors in the Svalbard Zone”, Polar Record
35(194): 207–214, 1999.
 “The Interaction of Research Programmes in Social Science Studies of the Commons”, Acta
Sociologica 42(3): 193–205, 1999.
 “A Cross-Border Perspective on a North Russian Gateway”, Post-Soviet Geography and
Economics 40(1): 44–61, 1999 (with Anne-Kristin Jørgensen).
 “Closed Cities on the Kola Peninsula: From Autonomy to Integration?”, Polar Geography
22(4): 231–248, 1998 (with Anne-Kristin Jørgensen).
 “Compliance in the Fishery Protection Zone around Svalbard”, Ocean Development &
International Law 29(4): 339–360, 1998.
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 “Identity Formation in the Barents Euro-Arctic Region”, Cooperation & Conflict 33(3): 277–297,
1998.
 “Autonomy and Regionalisation in the Fisheries Management of Northwestern Russia”,
Marine Policy 22(1): 57–65, 1998.
Articles in Nordic peer-reviewed journals:
 “Norge og Russland: Tilbake til normaltilstanden” (Norway and Russia: Back to Normal),
Nordisk Østforum 24(2): 133–147, 2010 (with Lars Rowe).
 ”Hvem kan telle ’den fisk under vann’? Kunnskapsstrid i russisk havforskning” (Who Can
Count ’the Fish under Water’? Knowledge Dispute in Russian Ocean Research), Nordisk
Østforum 22(3-4): 289–312, 2008 (with Bente Aasjord).
 “Miljøpersepsjoner i Nordvest-Russland” (Environmental Perceptions in Northwestern
Russia), Internasjonal Politikk 65(1): 7–22, 2007 (with Jørgen Holten Jørgensen and Arild
Moe).
 ”Administrativ reform i Russland” (Administrative Reform in Russia), Nordisk Østforum
20(1): 45–62, 2006 (with Jørgen Holten Jørgensen).
 ”Smittevern og internasjonal politikk” (Communicable Disease Control and International
Politics), Tidsskrift for den norske lægeforening 125(12): 78–80, 2005 (with Lars Rowe).
 “Torsken i Barents Hav” (The Barents Sea Cod), Internationella Studier 4/03: 36–44.
 “Kolahalvøyas lukkede byer: Fra autonomi til integrasjon?” (The Closed Cities of the Kola
Peninsula: From Autonomy to Integration?), Internasjonal politikk 3/98: 445–467 (with
Anne-Kristin Jørgensen).
 “Miljø- og fiskeriforvaltning i Barentshavet: Globale rammer, regionale grep”
(Environmental and Fisheries Management in the Barents Sea: Global Frames, Regional
Measures), ProSus - tidsskrift for et bærekraftig samfunn 4/97: 57–69 (with Olav Schram
Stokke).
 “Integrasjon vs. autonomi – en tilnærming til sivil-militære forhold i Russland” (Integration
vs. Autonomy - an Approach to Civil-Military Relations in Russia), Nordisk Østforum 3/97:
37–49.
 “Utviklingen i nordvestrussisk fiskerinæring - implikasjoner for norske aktører” (The
Development of Northwest Russian Fisheries - Implications for Norwegian Actors),
Internasjonal Politikk 2/97: 281–301 (with Trond Davidsen and Frode Nilssen).
 “Identitet og funksjonalitet i Barentsregionen” (Identity and Functionality in the Barents
Region), Internasjonal Politikk 1/96: 3–32.
 “Regionaliseringstilløp på Kola-halvøya” (Regionalisation Attempts on the Kola Peninsula),
Nordisk Østforum 2/95: 53–64.
 “Ressurskontrollens legitimitetsaspekt” (The Legitimacy Aspect of Resource Control), Norsk
statsvitenskapelig tidsskrift 1/95: 61–80.
 “Fisket i Barentshavet: Norsk-russisk forvaltningsregime i nye omgivelser” (The Barents Sea
Fisheries: Norwegian-Russian Management Regime in New Surroundings), Internasjonal
Politikk 4/94: 499–513.
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Selected book chapters:
 “Cross-Border Cooperation in the North: The Case of Northwest Russia”, in Rowe, E. W.
(ed.): Russia and the North, Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2009.
 “Communicable Disease Control” (with L. Rowe), in Stokke, O.S. & G. Hønneland (eds):
International Politics and Arctic Governance: Regime Effectiveness and Northern Region Building,
London: Routledge, 2007.
 “Pollution and Conservation” (with O.S. Stokke and P.J. Schei), in Stokke, O.S. & G.
Hønneland (eds): International Politics and Arctic Governance: Regime Effectiveness and
Northern Region Building, London: Routledge, 2007.
 “Whose Fish: Federal Property or Northern Asset?”, in Blakkisrud, H. & G. Hønneland
(eds): Tackling Space: Federal Politics and the Russian North, Lanham, MD: University Press of
America, 2006.
 “The Ups and Downs of Environmental Governance” (with J.H. Jørgensen), in Blakkisrud,
H. & G. Hønneland (eds): Tackling Space: Federal Politics and the Russian North, Lanham,
MD: University Press of America, 2006.
 “The Burden and Blessing of Space” (with H. Blakkisrud), in Blakkisrud, H. & G.
Hønneland (eds): Tackling Space: Federal Politics and the Russian North, Lanham, MD:
University Press of America, 2006.
 “Fisheries Management in the Russian Federation”, in Ebbin, S., Hoel, A.H. & Sydnes, A.
(eds): A Sea Change: The Exclusive Economic Zone and Governance Institutions for Living Marine
Resources. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 49–63, 2005.
 ”Fisheries in the Svalbard Zone: Legality, Legitimacy and Compliance”, in Oude Elferink,
A. & D. Rothwell (eds): The Law of the Sea and Polar Maritime Delimitation and Jurisdiction.
The Hague: Kluwer Law International, pp. 317–335, 2001.
 ”Centre-Periphery Tensions in the Management of Northwest Russian Fisheries”, in
Hønneland, G. & Blakkisrud, H. (eds): Centre-Periphery Relations in Russia: The Case of the
Northwestern Regions. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., pp. 165–186, 2001.
 “Recent Global Agreements on High Seas Fisheries: Potential Effects on Compliance”, in
Stokke, O.S. (ed.): Governing High Seas Fisheries, Oxford University Press, pp. 121–139, 2001.
 “Borders, Orders, and Identities in the New European North”, in Hedegaard, L. & B.
Lindström (eds): The NEBI Yearbook 1999. North European and Baltic Sea Integration, Berlin:
Springer Verlag, pp. 335–347, 1999.
 “Enforcement and Legitimacy in the Barents Sea Fisheries”, in Symes, D. (ed.): Northern
Waters: Management Issues and Practice, Oxford: Blackwell Science, pp. 116–129, 1998.
 “Northerners: Common Identity or Worlds Apart?” in Dahlström, M., Eskelinen, H. &
Wiberg, U. (eds): The East-West Interface in the European North, Uppsala: Nordisk
Samhällsgeografisk Tidskrift, pp. 29–44, 1995.
Selected reports, theses and non-peer reviewed books:
 MSC Sustainable Fisheries Certification: The Barents Sea Cod and Haddock Fisheries, Inverness:
Food Certification International, 2010 (with Tristan Southall, Paul Medley, Paul MacIntyre
and Martin Gill) (188 pp.).
 Hvem kan telle den fisk under vann? En analyse av aktører og drivkrefter i norsk-russisk
fiskeriforskningssamarbeid (Who Can Count the Fish under Water? An Analysis of Actors and
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Driving Forces in Norwegian–Russian Cooperation on Fisheries Research), HBO-rapport
3/2008, Høgskolen i Bodø, 2008 (with Bente Aasjord) (80 pp.).
Evaluering av miljøvernsamarbeidet mellom Norge og Russland (Evaluation of the Environmental
Protection Cooperation between Norway and Russia) , FNI Report 7/2007, The Fridtjof
Nansen Institutt, 2007 (with Lars Rowe og Arild Moe) (47 pp.).
Big Oil Playground, Russian Bear Preserve or European Periphery? The Russian Barents Sea Region
towards 2015, Delft: Eburon Academic Publishers, 2004 (with Bjørn Brunstad, Eivind
Magnus, Phil Swanson and Indra Øverland) (212 pp.).
The Environment of Barents Russia: Driving Forces and Key Actors, report to the project “Barents
Russia 2015”, ECON Analysis, 2004 (with Jørgen Holten Jørgensen and Morten Bremer
Mærli) (36 pp.).
Evaluation of the Barents Health Programme: Project Selection and Implementation, FNI-Report
7/2002, The Fridtjof Nansen Institute, 2002 (with Arild Moe) (38 pp.).
Over grensen etter kunnskap? Evaluering av 13 prosjekter innenfor satsingsområdet kompetanse og
utdanning finansiert over Barentsprogrammet (Across the Border for Knowledge? Evaluation of
13 Projects from the Field of Education and Competence Financed over the Barents
Programme), FNI Report 1/2002, The Fridtjof Nansen Institute, 2002 (with Anne-Kristin
Jørgensen) (66 pp.).
Fishcode Project: Report of the Evaluation Team, FAO, Rome, 2000 (with James Kapetsky and
Kieran Kelleher) (56 pp.).
Evaluation of the Norwegian Plan of Action for Nuclear Safety: Priorities, Organisation,
Implementation (with Arild Moe), Evaluation Report 7/2000, Royal Norwegian Ministry of
Foreign Affairs, 2000 (64 pp.).
Compliance in the Barents Sea Fisheries. Doctoral thesis, Dept. of Political Science, University of
Oslo/Unipub Publishers, Oslo, 2000 (190 pp.).
Barents Sea Ecoregion Reconnaissance Report: A Report Commissioned b ythe WWF, The Fridtjof
Nansen Institute, 1999 (with Anne-Kristin Jørgensen and Kit Kovacs) (114 pp.).
“Norway’s Fishery Co-operation with other States: Current Challenges in East and West”,
Utredninger om norsk nærområdepolitikk (Studies in Norwegian Foreign Policy towards Areas
Adjacent to Our Borders), The Fridtjof Nansen Institute, 1998 (25 pp.).
“The Fisheries Sector of Northwestern Russia – Norway’s Political Challenge”, Utredninger
om norsk nærområdepolitikk (Studies in Norwegian Foreign Policy towards Areas Adjacent to
Our Borders), The Fridtjof Nansen Institute, 1998 (with Frode Nilssen) (44 pp.).
Public Child Care on the Kola Peninsula, SOS Children’s Villages, Oslo, 1998 (with Anne
Berteig, Anne-Kristin Jørgensen and Tatyana Pachina) (74 pp.).
Nordvestrussisk fiskerinæring mot nye markeder (Northwest Russian Fisheries towards New
Markets), Report 17/1997, The Norwegian Institute of Fisheries and Aquaculture Ltd., 1997
(with Frode Nilssen) (20 pp.).
Politiske rammebetingelser for nordvestrussisk fiskerinæring (The Political Framework of
Northwest Russian Fishing Industry), FNI Report R:007-1997, The Fridtjof Nansen Institute,
1997 (with Frode Nilssen) (21 pp.).
Navigating the Straits of the Northern Sea Route, INSROP Working Paper No. 81 - 1997, IV.1.2,
1997 (37 pp.).
Transport av fisk i Barentsregionen. En analyse av det framtidige transportbehovet for
fiskeindustrien i Barentsregionen (Transportation of Fish in the Barents Region. An Analysis of
the Future Need for Transportation of Fish in the Barents Region), Report SF 15/95, NORUT
Social Science Research Ltd., 1995 (with Bergur Agustsson) (101 pp.).
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 Regionalisering og autonomi i nordvest-russisk fiskeriforvaltning (Regionalisation and Autonomy
in the Fisheries Management of Northwestern Russia), Report SF 30/94, NORUT Social
Science Research Ltd., 1994 (72 pp.).
 Fiskeren og allmenningen; forvaltning og kontroll: Makt og kommunikasjon i kontrollen med fisket i
Barentshavet (The Fisherman and the Commons; Regulation and Enforcement: Power and
Communication in the Barents Sea Fisheries Compliance Control), MA thesis, Dept. of
Political Science, University of Tromsø, Tromsø, 1993 (166 pp.).
Teaching/course responsibility:
 “Regime Creation and Region Building in the Arctic” (BA level), Dept. of Political Science,
University of Tromsø (each semester from autumn 1995 to spring 1998).
 “International Environmental Politics” (BA level), Dept. of Human Ecology, Rutgers
University, USA (autumn 2002 and spring 2003).
 “The Barents Collaboration and Norwegian Politics in the High North” (MA level), Dept. of
Political Science, University of Tromsø (spring semesters in 2005, 2006 and 2007). Revised
course “International Politics in the High North” (spring semesters 2008, 2009, 2011 and
2012).
 “Russian Resource Management, Petroleum and Environmental Politics” (PhD level), Dept.
of Political Science, University of Tromsø (spring semester 2008).
 “Russian Politics” (BA level), Dept. of Political Science, University of Tromsø (autumn
semesters 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012).
Miscellaneous:
 Wide experience in research administration; acquisition and management of several dozen
research projects and a number of consultancies
 Head of working group for ocean management under the Norwegian Government’s Hav21
(“Oceans 21”) strategy process, 2012
 Member of the scholarship committee of the Norwegian Non-Fiction Writers’ Organisation,
2012–2014
 Reviewer for the following scientific journals: Acta Borealia, Arctic Review on Law and Politics,
Cooperation & Conflict, Environmental Management, Global Environmental Politics, Human
Ecology, Human Organization, Internasjonal Politikk, International Environmental Agreements:
Politics, Law and Economics, Millennium, Nordisk Østforum, Polar Record, Polar Research, Political
Geography, Society & Natural Resources
 Board member of the journal Nordisk Østforum 1996–2001
 Board member of the Fridtjof Nansen Institute (staff representative) 2003-2006Board member
of the journal Nordisk Østforum 1996–2001
 Board member of the Fridtjof Nansen Institute (staff representative) 2003-2006
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