Kristoffer Egeberg is a Norwegian journalist. In 2014 he won the SKUP Award for outstanding journalism in the series "Nigerian Boats," in which he revealed the sale of decommissioned Norwegian vessels to West African paramilitary groups. In 2017 he became editor in chief of the fact-checking website, Faktisk.no. His book, Fredsnasjonen Norge, is an overview of Norwegian military peacekeeping efforts and evaluates the use of the term "Peace Nation" to describe Norway.
To learn more about this interviewee, please consult the links below.
- Interview with Egeberg, "Three Months After Launching, Faktisk.no is Already Among the Most Popular Sites in Norway"
- Norway may rethink opposition to EU membership after Bush's reelection (November 5, 2004)
- Outline of US policy for dealing with threats against allies from weapons of mass destruction (March 1, 2006)
- 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)
The CPH thanks SMU student intern Polina Declue for her research and work in compiling this collection of additional resources.