Master of International Affairs  

International conflict management

The course will give students a real-life insight into the practice of international conflict and conflict management based on concrete examples of past and current conflicts. It will explore and analyse the causes and drivers of actual conflicts, as well as international attempts at management and intervention. The course will examine some critical aspects of conflict management, including conflict prevention, dialogue facilitation, negotiation formats, ceasefire agreements, peacekeeping, transitional justice and post-conflict reconstruction. The course will place special focus on attempts to uphold international humanitarian law and promote human rights in the course of these activities.

This course is for 1st year MIA students only.