Tag Archives: Norway

Check computerannals for Norway in 2003.

Norway Market Entry

Subchapters: Market entry Forms and conditions of operation on the market Marketing and Communications Issues of intellectual property protection Public procurement market Payment terms, payment ethics and resolution of commercial disputes Visas, fees, specific conditions of travel to the territory Employment of citizens from the Czech Republic Fairs and events Market entry The very solid… Read More »

What to See in Oslo (Norway)

The capital of Norway, Oslo, has almost a thousand years of history. Many buildings from different eras have remained here, however, the main part of the buildings appeared relatively recently. The busy pedestrian street Karl Johans stretches through the center of Oslo. Many restaurants, cafes and shops are open to visitors, the National Theater is located… Read More »

Arctic Politics Part II

4: New challenges With the economic upswing, the Russians’ understanding of themselves as a great power gained new momentum. This also changed their attitudes towards, among others, the Arctic Military and Environmental Cooperation (AMEC) , which was established by military authorities in Norway, Russia and the USA in 1996. The emphasis in the AMEC cooperation… Read More »

Cyber Attacks – New Security Threats Part II

To understand the threats in cyberspace, we must know the motives of the various actors in engaging in intrusion. Many people refer to all types of adverse events in cyberspace as “attacks”. This is imprecise and in many cases wrong. What happened to Google was rather a form of industrial espionage . The hackers did… Read More »

Norway – a Nation of Peace? Part I

In a longer lecture in the spring of 2006, Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre addressed the issue of “Norway as a nation of peace – myth or reality?” In his speech, he emphasized that “Norway is a nation that wants peace”, and that “Norwegians want peace, for themselves and for others”. But the idea of… Read More »

Norway – a Nation of Peace? Part II

5: The Norwegian model The ideology and organizations have thus been in place for some time, but it was the end of the Cold War that partly made Norwegian peace activism possible, and partly made it more attractive to find new ways to mark Norway’s role in the world. Already in the last years of… Read More »

Rio + 20 Part I

It’s boiling and it’s boiling out there – in the world. In Spain, young people march on the streets and call themselves the Angry – “Los indignados”. In the United States, other young people are marching and calling themselves “Occupy Wall Street”. They are primarily angry because they do not get a job, because they… Read More »

Norway Children and School

School in Norway In Norway all children go to school together for ten years. So there is no division at this time. The children start school when they are 5 or 6 years old. The children go to primary school, the Barneskole, for seven years, followed by a secondary school for three years. Most students… Read More »