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Course content

This course analyses the complex relationships that lie at the heart of the development-security relationship in the global south.

You will explore:
-How cycles of insecurity and violence affect development
-Difficulties faced by various organisations negotiating spirals of violence and insecurity (for example during armed intervention, aid provision, peace-building processes or postconflict reconstruction)
-Whether underdevelopment in the global south facilitates the international spread of terrorist and criminal networks

We have an interdisciplinary perspective on questions of peace, vulnerability and insecurity, giving you a distinctive grounding in concepts of conflict, security and development.

How will I study?

You take core modules and options, and learn through taught lectures,





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