Nordic Cooperation Committee for International Politics, including Conflict and Peace Research
Comité nordique de coopération pour la politique internationale y compris la recherche sur la paix
Nordiska Samarbetskommittén för Internationell Politik, Inklusive Konflikt- och Fredsforskning (NORDSAM)
1966, by the Nordic Governments. Also referred to as Nordic Cooperation Committee. Ceased to exist, networking activities continued by D-XD3284 - Nordic International Studies Association (NISA).
Promote and coordinate research in the field of international politics, including conflict and peace research, in Nordic countries through: organization of Nordic seminars and conferences; engagement in other cooperative activities and studies of the question of how to further develop cooperation in the field.
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Nordic Committee, consisting of 13 scholars active in the field and from a broad variety of academic disciplines, appointed by the Ministries of Education of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, meets once a year. Working Committee (meets once a year).
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