The chair offers
introductory courses on international security and international relations.
This includes an understanding of the basic theoretical concepts and genesis of
International Security Studies as well as the empirical analysis of
international security threats.
In addition, we offer
teaching in peace and conflict research and method training. The main focus is
on imparting theory and practice in international conflict analysis and
the role and function of international organizations. Methodologically, the
focus is on qualitative data and case analysis. In the sense of
“learning through research”, our aim is to promote independent scientific work
and developing and realizing your own project ideas and scientific foundation.
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