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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 22 July 2016
Written by Professor Paul Jackson, Professor of African Politics. Betrayed by corrupt mismanagement and personalised leadership, the world's youngest country is in danger of total collapse.
Posted 19 July 2016
Dr Andrew Futter has recently published a new edited volume on The United Kingdom and the Future of Nuclear Weapons.
Posted 12 July 2016
Written by Professor David H. Dunn, University of Birmingham. Technology poses a challenge to how we treat suspects and police society.
ICCS Research Fellow Dr Chris Wyatt attended the 8th Historical Analysis for Defence and Security Symposium held by Dstl on 25 and 26 May. The aim of the event was to bring together historians, analysts and policy makers to discuss the use of historical events to understand topical and enduring defence and security issues. For over 30 years, MOD and Dstl have used analysis of historical campaigns and developments in academic understanding of conflict to provide a useful 'reality-check' to UK defence policy.
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5-day professional training programme on the role of mediation in managing and transforming political conflicts.
Written by Talat Farooq for The News International.
Dr Tereza Capelos comments on a Guardian Article around the EU Referendum. There has been a fivefold increase in reports of hate crime since the day of the referendum.
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