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Keyword: Conflict management

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Ms Kathrin Bachleitner

Research topic: Middle East Politics / European Foreign Policy

Mr Adam Brodie

Research topic: Social movements and non-military conflict in post-war Northern Ireland

Ms. Frances Z. Brown

Research topic: Bottom-up Statebuilding: Foreign Interveners, Local Governance, and Conflict

Prof. Richard Caplan

Professor of International Relations and Official Fellow, Linacre College

Dr Kai Hebel

Bennett Boskey Career Development Fellow in Politics and International Relations at Exeter College

Ms Jessie Hronešová

Research topic: Reparation Designs: Policies and Politics of Redress in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina

Dr Annette Idler

Senior Research Fellow at the Department of Politics and International Relations and at Pembroke College; Director of Studies, Changing Character of War Programme

Dr Robert Johnson

Director of the Changing Character of War Centre

Ms Josie Lianna Kaye

Research topic: The political economy of peacemaking: What role for businesses in war to peace transitions?

Dr Jonathan Leader Maynard

Departmental Lecturer in International Relations, Lecturer in International Relations at New College

Catharina Lewerenz

Research topic: Auxiliary Forces, Nonviolence, Violence,

Professor Neil MacFarlane

Lester B Pearson Professor of International Relations and Fellow, St Annes College

Professor Rana Mitter

Professor of the History and Politics of Modern China, Fellow, St Cross College

Mr Marco Moraes

Research topic: The League of Nations secretariat and internationalism in the interwar period

Lara Olson

Research topic: Linking Good and Bad Civil Society: How Local Networks Promote Peace or Renewed Violence in Protracted Civil Wars

Dr Andrea Ruggeri

Associate Professor of Quantitative Methods in International Relations, Brasenose College

Emeritus Professor Avi Shlaim

Emeritus Professor of International Relations

Mr Christoph Steinert

Research topic: Conflict Research, Civil Wars, Human Rights, International Organisations, Political Economy of Inequality

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