Conflict Analysis Research Centre

Research bridging differences


Current Research and Degree Programmes

CARC’s research covers theoretical themes on conflict, cooperation and international security; empirical studies of ongoing conflicts, peace-building and human rights; the role of the EU, the UN, NATO and other international organizations in conflict management; and state failure and reconstruction. We also have a particular interest in issues surrounding migration and diaspora role in conflict and peacebuilding, the potential and limits of mediation as a conflict management tool and critical perspectives on the nature of terrorism and the ethical issues linked to dialogue and negotiation.

The University of Kent offers a comprehensive range of undergraduate; Masters and PhD options in fields related to the interests of the Centre. There are a range of relevant undergraduate degrees including a BA in War and Conflict and MA and PhD programmes in International Conflict Analysis. All programmes can be done on either a full-time or part time basis.

For further information contact Prof. Feargal Cochrane or our postgraduate admissions team.

School of Politics & International Relations, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NX

Enquiries: +44 (0)1227 824382 or email the school

Last Updated: 11/08/2017