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  • Ph.D. student, Isaac Andakian, interviewed by Russian TV

    Ph.D. student, Isaac Andakian, interviewed by Russian TV

    Andakian vs Kaya Debate In parallel with the ongoing fighting on the ground in the unrecognized Republic of Karabakh, the series of accusations exchanged regionally continues. After the Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan held Turkey responsible for renewed battles through its incitement and support for Baku, President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev accused the Yerevan government of trying to internationalize the conflict and involve European countries, stressing The need for the conflict not to go beyond the borders of Armenia and Azerbaijan. The Russian President, Vladimir Putin, confirmed his country's readiness to fulfill its obligations to Armenia as an ally within the framework of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, noting that hostilities are not taking place on its territory now. For his part, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian announced that Geneva and Moscow will in the coming days host negotiations on a settlement to the conflict in Karabakh.

  • Podcast Episode: Conflict is Normal

    KSU Housing Podcast Episode: Conflict is Normal

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    Student Design Contest Now Open

  • Ph.D. Life: Raising Triplets

    Ph.D. Life: Raising Triplets

    Interview of Students in the Ph.D. in International Conflict Management Program

  • Researchers Study State Leadership Reaction to Covid-19

    Research that Matters: Analyzing State Leadership Response to Covid-19

  • The Center for Conflict Management Hosting Thriving Workshops in Spite of COVID-19

    The Center for Conflict Management Hosting Thriving Workshops in Spite of COVID-19

    Jul. 24, 2020 - Since the March 2020 closure of KSU campuses, Covid-19 has presented many changes to the way business has been done.

  • School of Conflict Management moved to House 59

    The School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development has MOVED

    Jul. 24, 2020 - Our School was formed as an umbrella for MS in Conflict Management, PhD in International Conflict Management and Center for Conflict Management, our operational arm. The idea behind the formation of the School is that we can accomplish more by virtue of synergy among these three units.

  • Jean-Marc Akakpo

    KSU Ph.D. student has dissertation preface written by former president of the Republic of Burundi

    Apr. 22, 2020 - His Excellency, Mr. Pierre BUYOYA, Former President of the Republic of Burundi and High Representative of the African Union for Mali and the Sahel wrote the preface for Jean-Marc Akakpo’s dissertation

  • Ph.D. Candidate, Vittorio Indovina, recounts positive outcomes of COVID-19 in his hometown, Bergamo, Italy

    Finding Solidarity Amongst Severity in Bergamo, Italy

    Ph.D. Candidate, Vittorio Indovina, shares stories from family and friends from his hometown of Bergamo, Italy, one of the hardest hit cities in the world from the Coronavirus.

  • Conflict Management professionals use their skills during Covid-19 pandemic

    CV-19 Crisis Brings Heightened Need for Community-based Conflict Resolution

    Crisis breeds conflict. The stress of economic uncertainty and dislocation caused by CV-19 are only outpaced by the anxiety many feel for the safety of their loved ones. In these difficult times, Conflict Management specialists are increasingly called upon to assist in both formal and informal ways. Our alumni have been reaching out to describe the ways their Conflict Management degrees have been put to use in this crisis.

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