Professor of International Relations and International Security, School of Social, Political and Geographical Sciences, Loughborough University
Caroline Kennedy-Pipe is Professor of International Relations and International Security at the School of Social, Political and Geographical Sciences, Loughborough University. She joined Loughborough in 2018 from the University of Hull, where she was Professor of War Studies and Director of the Centre for Security Studies. Her research interests include contemporary war, the ethics of war and Cold War politics as well as terrorism and Russian foreign policy. She is currently President of the British International Studies Association and was Chair of the Association from 2004 to 2006. She has a first class honours degree in History, an MsC Econ in Strategic Studies and a DPhil in International Relations.
She was previously Chair of War Studies at The University of Warwick and had previously been Chair of International Relations, University of Sheffield. Her previous posts include Reader in Politics, at the University of Durham and Director of the Institute for International Studies at the University of Leeds. She has been quoted as 'One of the UK's leading experts in war' in the Guardian.