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.
Study with us
We seek to help you develop your understanding of the world and give you the tools to express that.
Our research seeks to understand how intervention is conceptualised, justified, and conducted, across four broad themes: humanitarianism, law, ethics, and geopolitics.
Our staff members
Dr Nicholas Kitchen
Senior Lecturer in International Relations; Director, Centre for the Study of Global Power Competition (CGPC)
Dr Alex Leveringhaus
Lecturer in Political Theory; Co-Director, Centre for International Intervention