Dr Ed Brown
School/Department: History Politics and International Relations, School of
Telephone: +44 (0)7867 624 585
I have been affiliated with the University of Leicester since 2005. I have taught International Relations at both undergraduate and post-graduate level both on-campus and via distance learning.
My PhD (January 2018) was on secession from failed states and the ethical and pragmatic issues surrounding it.
Outside of academia I work in local government.
My hobbies include cricket travel cooking and history/heritage.
Ed Brown “The United Nations Self-Determination State Failure and Secession” in Jakob R. Avgustin (Ed.) The United Nations: Friend or Foe of Self-Determination (Bristol: E-International Relations Publishing 2020) pp86-108
I have also written book reviews for journals such as the Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs..
‘Order and Disorder- International Relations 1989- Present’ ‘International Relations since 1945’ ‘Key Skills in Politics and International Relations’ and ‘International Security’.
Via Distance Learning
‘Art of Negotiation’ ‘International Security’ ‘Post-Cold War World Order’ ‘American Interventionism after the Cold War’ ‘The Politics of Global Nuclear Order' and Dissertation Support modules.
Press and media
BA (Hons) International Relations MA (Distinction) Diplomatic Studies PhD International Relations.