Henrik Stålhane Hiim
Henrik Stålhane Hiim is Head of Centre for International Security. Hiim’s research focuses on Chinese foreign and security policy. He also has a strong interest in nuclear strategy and arms control.
Hiim holds a PhD in political science from Oslo University (2016) and has worked as a senior researcher at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs. From 2014-2015, he was a Stanton nuclear security predoctoral fellow at the Security Studies Program at MIT. He has also been a guest researcher at Beijing University.
Hiim’s book Strategic Assistance: China and International Nuclear Weapons Proliferation analyzes China's policies towards the nuclear programs of Pakistan, Iran and North Korea. His research has also appeared in journals such as International Security, Asian Security and Survival.