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Centre for Policy, Conflict and Co-Operation Research (CPCCR)

Most research in international relations remains focused on security issues, mainly in the context of military questions and national intelligence. In line with more recent discussions about broader concepts of security, our Centre considers conflict and co-operation more broadly. We bring together international and domestic politics and history, policy making and theory, as well as the advancement of professional practice and theoretical developments. We regularly provide our world-leading expertise to a wide audience by engaging directly with professionals in diplomacy, the military and other related areas. We are especially interested in exploring interdiscplinary issues related to conflict and co-operation in the context of gender and diversity, especially the question of conflicts over natural resources as well as the relationship between humans and animals.

Centre for Policy, Conflict and Co-Operation Research (CPCCR) is part of:

People

Professor Nils Bunnefeld
Professor Nils Bunnefeld

Professor, Biological and Environmental Sciences

Professor Paul Cairney
Professor Paul Cairney

Professor, Politics

Professor Frans de Vries
Professor Frans de Vries

Professor, Economics

Dr Clemens Hoffmann
Dr Clemens Hoffmann

Lecturer in International Politics, Politics

Professor Phyllis C Lee
Professor Phyllis C Lee

Professor, Psychology

Dr Matias Margulis
Dr Matias Margulis

Senior Lecturer, Politics

Professor Holger Nehring
Professor Holger Nehring

Chair in Contemporary European History, History

Dr Heather Price
Dr Heather Price

Lecturer, Biological and Environmental Sciences

Dr Annalisa Savaresi
Dr Annalisa Savaresi

Lecturer, Law

Dr Andrea Schapper
Dr Andrea Schapper

Lecturer in Politics, Politics

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