Global Conflict in the Modern Era (MA)
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Dr. L.O. Black
Lindsay Black's research interests comprise Japan’s foreign policy, International Relations Theory, East Asian Regionalism, East Asian Security, Human Security and Development, Contemporary Maritime Affairs in East/Southeast Asia, and Sino-Japanese Relations. View his full profile here.
Dr. M.E.L. David
Dr Maxine David is a Lecturer in European Studies at Leiden University. She is a Foreign Policy analyst, specialising in Russian and EU foreign policy. She has co-edited and contributed to a number of special issues and edited collections on EU-Russia relations. Maxine also researches and has published on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. View her full profile here.
Prof.dr. I.G.B.M. Duijvesteijn
Isabelle Duyvesteyn is Professor of International Studies / Global History at the Leiden University Institute for History. Her research interests include the nature of war and peace in the developing world, irregular warfare and strategy, the history of terrorism and counter-terrorism, strategic culture and intelligence and rebel governance. View her full profile here.
Prof.dr. A.W.M. Gerrits
André Gerrits is Professor of International Studies and Global Politics at the Institute for History of the Faculty of Humanities. He teaches the subject Humanities-based International Relations. View his full profile here.
Dhr. E. van der Maat
Eelco van der Maat is a University Lecturer at the institute for History. His research examines the relationship between competition at the top of authoritarian regimes and genocidal violence. View his full profile here.