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School of Security Studies

Research

The School of Security Studies is the largest community of scholars in the world dedicated to the research and teaching of all aspects of security - contemporary and historical, theoretical and empirical. Our research directly informs academic and policy debates in the UK and internationally.

The School is a focal point for all security-related work across the University aiming to foster inter-disciplinary collaborations with our colleagues in the Health Schools, the Business School, Informatics and many others. The research themes that  form the foundation of the School are: Strategic Studies, Military History, Regional Security, Arms Control, Intelligence, Health, Society & Culture.

Research Groups & Centres

Africa Research Group
Arts & Conflict Hub
Air Power Studies Research Group
Asian Security & Warfare
Centre for Defence Studies (CDS)
Centre for Grand Strategy
Centre for Science & Security Studies (CSSS)
Conflict, Security & Development  (CSDRG)
European Centre for Energy & Resource Security (EUCERS)
First World War Research Group
Foresight: Early Warning & Preventive Policy
International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR)
Insurgency
Intelligence & International Security
King's Centre for Military Health Research
King's Centre for Military Education Outreach (CMEO)
King's Centre for Military Ethics
King's Centre for Strategic Communications
Laughton Naval Unit 
Marjan Centre for the Study of War and the Non- Human Sphere
Regional Security Research Centre
Research Centre in International Relations (RCIR)
Russian & Eurasian Security
Second World War Research Group
Sir Michael Howard Centre for the History of War (SMHC)
The British Empire at War Research Group
The Corbett Centre for Maritime Policy Studies
Transatlantic Studies Research Group
War Crimes
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