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Field of Research
- Methods of peace and conflict studies;
- Causes, dynamics, management and prevention of armed conflicts and other forms of armed violence:
– global trends in armed conflict, terrorism, one-sided violence against civilians, criminal violence etc. and in violence control;
– theoretical and comparative analysis of peace processes;
– political economy of conflicts; armed conflicts, shadow economy and transnational crime;
– international conflict management mechanisms and strategies;
– humanitarian aspects of armed conflicts;
– transnational terrorism.
- The role of social movements and non-state actors in modern international politics:
– the role of social movements and non-governmental organizations in conflict management and conflict prevention;
– the role of non-state actors in armed violence;
– conflicts and networks.
Group on Peace and Conflict Studies edits the IMEMO journal "Pathways to Peace and Security"
List of StaffFrolov Alexander