At the heart of the group is a desire to bring focus back onto war in all its forms as a phenomenon in International Studies. The War Studies discipline has suffered from a lack of diversity and inclusivity in the past, and this working group seeks to examine issues in War Studies in the broadest and most inclusive sense possible. As such, the group is interested in quantitative and qualitative, interdisciplinary, historical and contemporary research on the conduct of war, war and gender, forms of warfare (hybrid, cyber, propaganda), military organisations, strategy, war and technology, military sociology, and war in International Relations.
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