University of Kent
School of Politics and International Relations
International Conflict Analysis
PDip - International Conflict Analysis, MA - International Conflict Analysis
Conflict, in its many forms, has been a permanent feature of human society. While not all conflict is destructive, the violent conduct of conflict has caused innumerable deaths and indescribable pain and suffering. It is this kind of deadly conflict that International Conflict Analysis addresses.
The MA examines the major theories of conflict and conflict resolution in international affairs, supplementing theory with detailed case studies.
Topics include negotiation, mediation, conference diplomacy, third party intervention, restorative justice, peacekeeping, peacemaking, and coercive diplomacy.
Please note that this is a split-site programme, so your study will be divided between two locations: Canterbury and Brussels.
The University of Kent was founded in 1965 and since then has achieved prominence as one of Britain's most innovative and enterprising universities. Our students come from many different backgrounds (there are over 110 nationalities represented at Kent) giving a rich cultural variety on campus. Students come from Hong Kong, Thailand, Japan, the United States, Nigeria and Europe as well as from the UK.
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