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Stina Torjesen holds a BA in Social and Political Sciences from the University of Cambridge and an MPhil and DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford. She served previously as a Senior Research Fellow at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs and worked for the United Nations in Kazakhstan. She has also worked as a project manager in the sustainability consultancy SIGLA.
Stina Torjesen has co-edited books published by, among others, Routledge and Springer. The article ‘Towards a theory of ex-combatant reintegration’ in the journal Stability: International journal of security and development has been downloaded over 500 times. Other articles have featured in journals such as Conflict, Security and Development (Taylor & Francis) and Central Asia Survey (Taylor & Francis). Stina Torjesen also has an entry on the usefulness of mobile phones in post-conflict reconstruction phases at the Stanford Social Innovations Reveiw Blog and she is the author of numerous policy reports.
Stina Torjesen served as Senior Editor at the International Journal of Emerging Markets (Emerald) from 2014 to 2017, and she has previously served as a board member at Polyteknisk Forening (group on international politics and economics) and with the Oslo Labour Party Internasjonalt Forum. For the period 2017-2019 she has been appointed member of the Labour Party's Internasjonalt Utvalg at the national level.
In 2017, in conjunction with the run up to the national elections, Stina Torjesen issued a book with Kim N. Gabrielli entitled ‘Social democratic foreign policy in the era of Trump'. As part of the book launch Torjesen and Gabrielli participated in debates with, among others, former foreign minister Espen Barth Eide and former deputy executive director at UNICEF Hilde Frafjord Johnson.
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Stina Torjesen conducts research on the themes: economic and political developments in post-conflict societies (Tajikistan and Afghanistan as main cases); the regional affairs of Central and South Asia; and the turn towards sustainability and circular economy principles in the industries of southern Norway.
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