The Oxford Institute For Ethics Law and Armed Conflict
The Oxford Institute for Ethics Law and Armed Conflict is an interdisciplinary research institute based at the Blavatnik School of Government.
It looks at different aspects of armed conflict from the perspective of law, international relations, and philosophy. Our aim is to strengthen law, norms and institutions to restrain, regulate, and prevent armed conflict.
Oxford Programme on International Peace and Security (IPS)
The Oxford Programme for International Peace and Security was established as part of ELAC’s mission to look beyond the threshold of armed conflict and contribute to our collective understanding of other forms of organised violence that threaten our international peace and stability.
Solferino 21. War and Humanitarian Aid in the 21st century
Explore the Solferino 21’s microsite where you can find some of the analysis and conclusions from ELAC’s project on war and humanitarian aid in the twenty first century led by Hugo Slim with Nicholas Barker and Moshe Ben Hamo Yeger.
The Programme on International Peace and Security (IPS) is pleased to launch a project on Values and Multilateralism in Foreign Policy. With the support of the Alfred Landecker Programme, IPS will examine the values that should underpin multilateral cooperation among states. We will also explore policy options for governments who encounter a conflict of values with potential partners. Read more