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University of Birmingham, School of Government and Society PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Comparative War-to-Peace Transitions
Applications are invited for applications to work on war-to-peace transitions. The principal focus of the project is to identify patterns and trajectories of successful and failed peace processes from the decision to negotiate an agreement through to implementation and operation.
  Competitive Influence-seeking by Great Powers in Contested Neighbourhoods
Applications are invited for applications to work on competitive influence-seeking by great powers in contested neighbourhoods. The principal focus of the project is on the EU's eastern neighbourhood and the relations between the EU (and the ‘West' more broadly) with Russia.
  International Relations theory and case-based theory-building
A PhD under supervision from Dr Quinn can focus on the exploration of any theoretical approach to International Relations via its application to empirical case studies.
  Political Science and International Studies PhD
POLSIS invites applications for one 3-year studentship in order to undertake a PhD within International Relations and Political Science, broadly conceived.
  Power Sharing and Transitional Justice in Post-conflict Societies
  Prof S Wolff
Applications accepted all year round
Negotiated political settlements to prevent or end a full-scale civil war overwhelmingly involve power-sharing institutions (in a broad sense, including territorial power sharing), yet increasingly also incorporate transitional justice elements.
  The European Union and the Arab Spring: Learning and Un-learning Lessons from 1989 and the Colour Revolutions
  Prof S Wolff
Applications accepted all year round
The PhD project’s main focus will be on conceptualising, from a theoretically constructivist perspective, the making of EU foreign policy and to apply and test this on selected case studies of EU policy vis-à-vis countries in three sets of cases.
  United States foreign and security policy
A PhD under supervision from Dr Quinn can focus on any aspect of the foreign policy and security policy of the United States, including.
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