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Three subjects one building

Learn about our three interesting subjects – Political Science, Peace and Conflict Studies and Intelligence Analysis.

Outside Eden. A tree in the front. Photo.
Department of Political Science’s building Eden.

Political Science

Political science seeks to answer big type of questions like: Why do wars exist? Why do people join together to form states? but also seeks answer in the more local and mundane, like finding out why people voted a certain way in the municipal elections.

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Peace and Conflict Studies

Research in peace and conflict studies is multidisciplinary, comprising disciplines such as political science, international law, intelligence analysis, history, social anthropology and economic history.

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Intelligence Analysis

Intelligence studies is an inter-disciplinary subject that addresses various aspects of states’ intelligence activities – for example, how the collection and analysis of intelligence is organized; under what circumstances states fail to foresee and prevent threats.

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