Previously, he has worked and studied in a range of different countries, including Sri Lanka, Kenya, France, Spain, Japan and the USA. During his master he completed a 6 month internship with the Norwegian Mission to the United Nations in New York, working mainly on security and disarmament related issues. Before joining ILPI, Hugo worked in the Section for Disarmament and Non-proliferation in the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Oslo. He has a special interest in the issues of nuclear disarmament, ethnic conflict and constitutional design.
Content by Torbjørn Graff Hugo
Torbjørn Hugo and Kjølv Egeland argue that if multilateral disarmament is to be achieved, it is not only the leadership of nuclear-armed states that is needed.