Centre for Peace Studies

The Centre for Peace Studies (CPS), founded in 2002, emphasises interdisciplinary approaches to peace and conflict studies. It combines a High North perspective with a focus on comparative Global South issues in producing high-quality knowledge and competencies of theoretical and practical value. The centre’s activities revolve around the Master of Peace and Conflict Transformation programme (MPCT), Research and Outreach activities.

 

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Panel Debate & International Workshop on Interconnected Security Challenges in the Barents, Baltic and Black Sea Region

Last week, CPS organized a series of events related to risk of unintended escalation and interconnected security challenges in the relations between NATO and Russia in the Barents, Baltic and Black Sea Region.


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New article "Gender identity and the subject of security"

New article by Professor Gunhild Hoogensen Gjørv, "Gender identity and the subject of security" has been included in Security Dialogue's 50th anniversary commemorative virtual special collection. This commemorative collection includes an introduction on the journal's history and 20 articles that represent significant innovations in subjects, methods, empirics, or theory.


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