Strife is an internationally recognized dual-format publication, led by doctoral and graduate researchers based in the Department of War Studies at King’s College London. We study all aspects of ‘conflict’, combining political, historical, literary, and philosophical approaches to conflict to provide thought-provoking and unique perspectives for our readers. We have … [Read More...] about Strife Recruitment for 2021-2022 is Open!
Strife Recruiting 2021
Interested in being a part of our staff?
We’re now recruiting for the 2021-2022 Academic Year for positions in Management, Communications, and Editorial.
The application deadline is 7 October 2021.
Current Calls for Papers at Strife
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In recent times, the Republic of Belarus has captured the world’s attention for its transformation, into what many now describe as a fully-fledged ‘rogue state’. In the last two years Belarus has morphed from a once largely stable, albeit authoritarian, state, to one of the most pressing threats to peace and order in Europe. The Belarusian government, led since 1994 by the … [Read More...] about Belarus: Rogue State
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