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Griffin, Dr Stuart

Dr Stuart Griffin

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Research Interests

  • Peace Support and Stablisation Operations
  • Militaries as Learning Institutions
  • Joint Warfare
  • The Soviet Armed Forces and the Operational Level of War
  • International Institutions and Conflict Management

MA Special Subject

The Red Army 1917-53


Dr Stuart Griffin is a Senior Lecturer in the Defence Studies Department at the Joint Services Command and Staff College, Defence Academy of the UK.  He joined King’s College London in 1999 from the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Birmingham where he had previously undertaken both his PhD and Masters degrees.  Dr Griffin’s undergraduate degree was in History at the University of Warwick.  His primary research areas are the theory and practice of international peacekeeping and stabilisation, the evolution of joint and combined warfare and innovation and adaptation in military organisations.  Over the past decade, he has been heavily involved in UK defence diplomacy and outreach, especially with regard to efforts to support UN peacekeeping training.  Dr Griffin is currently researching the challenges of military institutions learning strategically and working on a new study of the utility of the operational level of war.

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