On 5 May 2022, the Department of War Studies and the Migration Research Group, chaired by Dr. Leonie Ansems de Vries, celebrated the ongoing collaboration between King's College London and Anna Virabyan, an Armenian artist and refugee.
17-18th November 2014, War studies meeting room, Department of War Studies, King's Building, King's College London The Research Centre of International Relations will hold its 1st SOURCE roundtable on the 17th and 18 th November 2014 in the War Studies Meeting Room. SOURCE is a EC-funded project dealing with societal security in Europe. Within this framework,… Continue reading SOURCE Workshop: Mapping the Professionals of ‘Societal Security’ in Europe
The Research Centre in International Relations will hold the 1st SOURCE roundtable on Wednesday 5th November 2014, 10 :00 – 12 :00. at the War studies meeting room, 6th Floor King's Building, Strand Campus, King's college London. SOURCE is a European Community funded project dealing with societal security in Europe. Within this framework, a team of researchers at… Continue reading SOURCE Roundtable 1: Methods and the International
On 21st of March the Research Centre in International Relations hosted the inaugural workshop for the newly created cross-national PhD research network POSTPONE (Postgraduate Poststructural Research Network)at King’s College London’s Strand campus. This network has been initiated by PhD students from various UK universities, which - apart from King’s College London- include the University of… Continue reading POSTPONE Inaugural Workshop 21st of March, King’s College London
21st January 2014, 630pm, Safra Lecture Theatre, Strand Campus.Please be prompt as seats are first come, first served. The Research Centre in International Relations in the Department of War Studies will host a panel discussion on revelations relating to mass electronic surveillance and its implications for civil liberties and rights. Speakers include Sir David Omand… Continue reading Mass Electronic Surveillance, Security and Rights in Liberal Democracies panel discussion at RCIR