Foreign policy and security

This specialisation critically explores the theory and practice of foreign policy in an insecure world. Understood in the broadest sense, security includes both people and states, and encompasses issues from nuclear warfare to hunger to human rights violations. The specialisation focuses in particular on the causes and consequences of inter and intra-state conflict, and how state policies and non-state actors’ behaviour exacerbate and mitigate insecurity. It is designed to support careers in government, defence and intelligence, inter-governmental organisations, NGOs, and the private sector.

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