Kristin Krohn Devold served as Norway’s Minister of Defense in Prime Minister Bondevik’s cabinet between 2001 and 2005. She was a Conservative Party (Høyre) member of parliament between 1993 and 2005.
To learn more about this interviewee, please consult the links below.
- Devold answers questions for NATO Review
- Interview with The New York Times, "Who's Afraid of Norway?" (August 24, 2003)
- Devold speaks on the importance of NATO in dealing with modern threats at the NATO/GMFUS conference, "What Europe wants from NATO?"
- United Nations Security Council Resolution on Terrorist Attacks on the United States (2001)
- Measures taken by Norway after the terrorist attacks against the USA (2001)
- Devold discusses what Europe wants from NATO (March 30, 2003)
- Devold signs arms storage deal with US Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld (June 8, 2005)
The CPH thanks SMU student intern Polina Declue for her research and work in compiling this collection of additional resources.