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The ways in which States, NGOs and individuals respond to conflict has become a particularly salient issue since the end of the Cold War. The global aid industry has experienced the dual pressures of rapid growth, accompanied by a significant expansion in the roles it is expected to fulfill and range of tasks it has tried to perform. This, combined with a considerable rise in the number of nation-states (and thus bilateral actors), governmental organisations and NGOs, has resulted in a fragmented geopolitical system in which there is little policy coherence and even less clarity of action. Decision-makers are therefore no longer able to interact exclusively with the diplomats, senior civil servants and international leaders who constituted the contours of global governance of yesteryear, but must instead entertain inputs from a diverse set of stakeholders.
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University Name :University of Manchester
Course Started On : July - December
Course Type : Full-time
Course Fee : £17,000
Course Sem/Year Type : Per Year
Apply On : International
Course Location : Manchester
Course Language : English
Type Of Education : On campus
Duration : 3-4 years
Type of Degree : PhD
Masters course with an overall classification of Merit or higher, or its overseas equivalent, with an element of research training, is a prerequisite for entry to a PhD. An overall IELTS score of 7.0 with 7.0 in the writing component
No Work Requirement