Bilde av Schaller, Benjamin
Bilde av Schaller, Benjamin
Senter for fredsstudier (CPS) Tromsø

Benjamin Schaller


  • Benjamin Schaller :
    Artificial Intelligence in Conventional Arms Control and Military Confidence-Building
    Springer 2022 DOI
  • Benjamin Schaller :
    No Fair-Weather Instrument: The Need to Rethink Military Confidence Building in Europe
    Nomos 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Benjamin Schaller :
    The Non-Arctic Dimension of Military Security—Russia and the West Between Regional Cooperation and Geopolitical Confrontation
    Springer 2020 DOI
  • Benjamin Schaller, Horatio Godfrey Sam-Aggrey :
    NATO, the OSCE, and the Arctic region: European security organizations and the High North
    Routledge 2020 DOI
  • Benjamin Schaller :
    Back to the Future? Revisiting Military Confidence-Building in Europe
    S+F. Sicherheit und Frieden. Security and Peace 2018 ARKIV / DOI
  • Benjamin Schaller :
    Defusing the Discourse on “Arctic War” - The Merits of Military Transparency and Confidence- and Security-Building Measures in the Arctic Region
    Nomos 2017 DOI
  • Benjamin Schaller :
    The Arctic Security Community: Proving Ground or Sub-Plot of a Tensed European Security Environment?
    The Arctic Yearbook 2015
  • Benjamin Schaller :
    Confidence- and Security-Building Measures in the Arctic. The Organization for Security & Co-operation in Europe as a Role Model for the Area?
    The Arctic Yearbook 2014
  • Benjamin Schaller, Martin Magnéli, Maria Lundin :
    Written in Stone? - The perils and prospects of power sharing
    New Routes 2013
  • Benjamin Schaller :
    Strengthening the Role of the OSCE in Times of Increased Tensions and Emerging Crisis Situations
    Strategic Security Analysis 2021 ARKIV
  • Benjamin Schaller :
    Das Narrativ vom Krieg in der Arktis
  • Benjamin Schaller :
    Deconstructing the Narrative of Arctic War
    Arctic in Context - World Policy Journal 09. mars 2016
  • Benjamin Schaller :
    Confidence and Security Building Measures (CSBMs) as a Tool of Structural Conflict Prevention - Military Co-Operation and Inter-Personal Contacts as Facilitators of a Changing Arctic Security Environment?
  • Benjamin Schaller :
    An Arctic Forum for Security Co-Operation?
    The Arctic Yearbook 2016
  • Benjamin Schaller :
    The Unpredictable Russian Bear Flexes Its Muscles
    News Deeply 15. august 2016
  • Benjamin Schaller :
    Conventional Arms Control and Confidence and Security Building Measures in the OSCE Area
  • Benjamin Schaller :
    The Arctic Security Community: A Proving Ground for Restoring Confidence and Mutual Trust in a Tensed European Security Environment?
  • Benjamin Schaller :
    Presentation of PhD-project: "Confidence- and Security-Building Measures (CSBMs) as a Tool of Structural Conflict Prevention" and seminar moderator for students on Master-level

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    Arctic Security, Confidence- and Security-Building Measures (CSBMs), Arms Control, Military Co-Operation and Exercises, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), NATO-Russia relations, Security Communities and Conflict Prevention.

    PhD Project: Trust and Distrust in Defence & Security Politics - A Multi-Level Analysis of the Defence and Security Relations between Norway, Sweden, Canada and Russia (See here)


    Master Level:

    • Lecturer in SVF-3021 Integrated Peace and Conflict Studies
    • Lecturer in SVF-3024 Conflict Resolution and Conflict Transformation
    • Previous Seminar Leader in SVF-3021, SVF-3024

    Bachelor Level:

    • Lecturerer in SVF-2058 Critical Approaches to Peace and Conflict Studies

    Medlem i forskningsgruppe



    • Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Political Sciences – Specialization in Peace & Conflict Studies at the Department of Peace & Conflict Research (DPCR) at Uppsala University, Sweden (2012-2014).
    • Magister Artium (M.A.) in Political Sciences (1st Major) and Media Sciences (2nd Major) at the University of Trier, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany (2007-2012).