Political Violence and Human Security

The Political Violence and Human Security cross-cutting area examines the causes and consequences of various forms of political violence and conflict, as well as the political implications of structural and natural forces that impact the security and survival of peoples across the globe. This includes the study of phenomena such as military conflict, police brutality, racial and ethnic violence, environmental degradation, violence against women, terrorism, and civil war, among many other topics.


Research and Faculty

More information about courses and degrees are found in International Relations.

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