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The Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security (ICCS) was established at the University of Birmingham to promote a multidisciplinary approach to address the security challenges that arise from global interconnectedness.
Posted 20 December 2016
The Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security (ICCS), in partnership with the Department of Political Science and International Studies (POLSIS), is delighted to announce the introduction of a new MSc degree in the Political Psychology of International Relations.
Posted 19 December 2016
Doctoral Researchers Scott Edwards (Birmingham) and Moch Faisal Karim (Warwick) discuss democratic decline in South-East Asia
Posted 14 December 2016
In order to avoid the anxiety of wondering about the 'what ifs' in life, humans have a tendency to think that things will carry on much as they did before. It's what psychologists term 'continuity bias'. However, 2016 is testimony to the fact that this assumption is not always reflective of events. This year, 'change' was the watchword and changes in political leadership characterised 2016.
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In the ICCS Seminar Series 2016 - 17 guest academics and practitioners will present their latest research on a range of contemporary security issues.
Posted 03 October 2016
Paul Schulte, Honorary Professor at the Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security, talks to the Islam Channel about the recent Foreign Affairs Committee Report on the UK's 2011 intervention in Libya.
Posted 19 July 2016
Written by Talat Farooq for The News International.
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