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

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 seeks to broaden the debate to consider conflict and co-operation more broadly, in both international and domestic society and in relation to environmental and climate change.
At the heart of what our Centre does is the interaction between theory and practice. We want to explore how conflict and co-operation work in practice. We are keen on developing insights on how our research can help in real-life situations. We are happy to offer our global experiences for consultancy and training sessions to public and private sector clients.

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Areas of interest

  • Affordable and Clean Energy
  • Climate Action
  • Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
  • Sustainable Cities and Communities

Operational areas

  • Scotland


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