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.
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In association with the British International Studies Association, we will explore the trajectories of interventionism since NATO's war against Serbia in 1999.
Our staff members
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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