Centre for International Intervention
Operating at the intersection of academia, government, private sector and third sector, we provide a forum for research, discussion, and education around international intervention, providing an engaged yet critical perspective on intervention that promotes more effective, ethical, and sustainable intervention practice.
Our purpose is to develop an in-depth solid understanding of how interveners conceptualise, rationalise and operationalise their interventions, of the response from recipient communities, and of the consequences for both, with the aim of enhancing both academic and practical understanding of intervention.
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Co-Director, Centre for International Intervention; Lecturer in International Relations
Dr Nicholas KitchenI joined Surrey in 2018 from the London School of Economics, where I had been Assistant Professorial Research Fellow in the United States Centre, Executive Director of the LSE Diplomacy Commission, and Head of Analysis at LSE...
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