COMPREHENSIVE ACADEMIC CURRICULUM VITAE

Professor VLADISLAV B. SOTIROVIĆ, Ph.D.
An ORCID Identifier: 0000-0002-4627-1266

OFFICE:
Mykolas Romeris University (MRU), Faculty of Politics and Management, Institute
of Political Sciences, Office I-57, Valakupių g. 5, LT-10101 Vilnius, Lithuania
(Lietuva); E-mail: vsotirovic@mruni.eu; Phone: (+3705) 2740 611; Fax: (+3705)
2740 624; URL: http://vsotirovic.home.mruni.eu
PRIVATE:
Gerosios Vilties 24–48, Vilnius LT-03144, Lithuania (Lietuva), Phone: (+3705)
2136–787; Mobile phone: 370 676 64317; E-mail: vladislav@sotirovic.eu
URL: http://www.sotirovic.eu
EDUCATION:
Central European Summer University, Central European University, Budapest,
Hungary. Certificate of Attendance for having taken part in and completed the
summer course “Theory and Research in Comparative Sociology”, Budapest,
Hungary, July 1–26, 2002
Vilnius University, Faculty of Philology, Slavic Philology Department, Vilnius,
Lithuania, Ph.D. in Hum. Sc. (Philology), June 2002. The Ph.D. dissertation:
“Lingvistički model definisanja srpske nacije Vuka Stefanovića Karadžića i projekat
Ilije Garašanina o stvaranju linvistički određene države Srba” (“Linguistic model of
Definition of Serbian Nation by Vuk Stefanović Karadžić and the Project about
Creation of Linguistically Understood Serbian National State by Ilija Garašanin”),
supervisor-Prof. Dr. Habil. Sergejus Temčinas (Vilnius University)
School of Human Rights Research, Faculty of Law, Tilburg University and
Institute for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, Catholic University of Leuven,
Certificate of Attendance for having taken part in and completed the “Summer Course
Human Rights 2001”, Tilburg, The Netherlands and Leuven, Belgium, August 20–31,
2001
The Center for European Integration Studies, Diploma of “8th Transatlantic
Summer Academy”, Bonn, Germany, June 5–30, 2001
European Academy of Bozen/Bolzano, Diploma of Summer Academy “Regions
and Minorities in a Greater Europe 2000”, Brixen/Bressanone, South Tyrol (Alto
Adige), Italy, September 4–15, 2000
Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, M.A. in Southeast European
Studies, June 1997. Thesis: “Relationships Between The Yugoslav Committee in
London, The National Council in Zagreb and The Royal Serbian Government During
The Process of Creation of Yugoslavia”, GPA: 3.45 (max. 4,00), supervisors-Prof. Ivo
Banac (Yale University) and Prof. Drago Roksandić (Zagreb University)
Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, M.A. in Central European
History, June 1996. Thesis: “The Creation of Yugoslavia 1914-1918”. GPA: 3.50
(max. 4,00), supervisors-Prof. Ivo Banac (Yale University) and Prof. Alfred J. Rieber
(Central European University)
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy, Serbia, B.A. in History, June 1991.
Thesis: “Fortifications and the Urban Topography of Belgrade at the end of Middle

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Ages”, GPA: 9.26 (max. 10), supervisors-Prof. Sima Ćirković (Belgrade University)
and Prof. Rade Mihaljčić (Belgrade University)
WORK EXPERIENCE:
Senior lecturer of “Middle East Studies” at the Mykolas Romeris University,
Vilnius, Lithuania, 2016-onward
Senior lecturer of “Mediterranean Studies” at the Mykolas Romeris University,
Vilnius, Lithuania, 2016-onward
Senior lecturer of “Ethnicity, Multiculturalism and Globalisation”, “Balkan
Nationalism and Ethnic Conflicts”, “Europeanisation: Process and Results”,
“Geopolotics in Central Asia and the Caucasus”, “Democracy: Past, Present, Future”,
“Global Politics: Theories, International Relations and Security”, “Comparative
History of Central and Southeast Europe” and “Eastward Enlargement of the
European Union” at the Institute of Political Sciences (Faculty of Strategic
Management and Politics) at the Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius, Lithuania,
2007-onward (ERASMUS programme)
Senior lecturer of “European Studies” at the Social Science Colleague in Vilnius,
Lithuania from 2009-2011
Senior lecturer of “Politics of the Balkan States” at the Political Science Dept.
(Faculty of Political Science and Diplomacy) at Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas,
Lithuania, 2009-2011
Senior lecturer of “Region of the South Europe in the 20-21 century” at the
Department of Political Science (Faculty of Strategic Management and Politics) at the
Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius, Lithuania, 2009-2010
Senior lecturer of “Region of the Middle East and North Africa in the 20-21 century”
Senior lecturer of “Serbian Language” at the Foreign Languages Center at Vytautas
Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania, 2009-2013
Senior lecturer of “Political Science” at the Department of Political Science (Faculty
of Strategic Management and Politics) at the Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius,
Lithuania, 2007-2009
Senior lecturer of “European integration” at the Department of Political Science
(Faculty of Strategic Management and Politics) at the Mykolas Romeris University,
Vilnius, Lithuania, 2007-onward
Senior lecturer of “Applied Political Sociology” at the Department of Political
Science (Faculty of Strategic Management and Politics) at the Mykolas Romeris
University, Vilnius, Lithuania, 2007-2010
Senior lecturer of “The Ethnicity, Multiculturalism and Globalization” at the
European Humanities University, Vilnius, Lithuania, 2006-2010
Senior lecturer of 1) “Balkan Nationalism and Ethnic Conflicts, 1477–to the present
time”, 2) “Balkan Security – Problems and Perspectives, 1815–to the present time”, 3)
“History of the Early Byzantine Empire, 330–846”, 4) “Comparative History of
Central and South Eastern Europe: 1683 – to the present time”, 5) “Serbian Language
and Philology”, 6) “Ottoman History”, 7) “South Slavs’ History”, 8) “Introduction to
the Czech Philology”, 9) “South Slavic Sociolinguistics”, and 10) “The Ethnicity,
Multiculturalism and Globalization” at the Faculty of Philology, Slavic Philology
Department (1998; 2000–2007), Faculty of Philology, Slavic Studies Department
(2007–2008) and the Faculty of History, Department of History of Theories and
Culture (2000–2006), Vilnius University, Lithuania

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Senior lecturer of 1) “Southeast European States and their Majorities and Minorities
in Conflict: Origins, History, Politics and Resolution”, and 2) “Stateless Cultures and
Minorities in the Balkans: Challenge of Transition”, Center for Stateless Cultures,
Faculty of History, Vilnius University, Lithuania, 2001–2003
Senior Research Fellow at the Faculty of Philology, Slavic Philology Department
and Slavic Studies Department, Vilnius University, Lithuania, 1998; 2000-2008
Researcher on individual research project “Serbia, Montenegro and Albanian
Independence, 1912–1913”, 2000–2002 sponsored by Research Support Scheme,
Prague–Soros Foundation, New York
Research Room Coordinator, Open Society Archives at Central European
University, Budapest, Hungary, September 1999–August 2000
Political analyst upon international politics and Balkan affairs at several international
websites, November 2008-onward
Columnist/Correspondent upon Baltic affairs at the International Desk of Serbian
national daily Dnevnik (Novi Sad), September 2004-January 2005
Columnist/Correspondent upon Balkan and Southeast European affairs at the
International Desk of Lithuanian national daily Respublika, September 1998–
September 2001/November 2007–January 2008
Columnist/Correspondent upon Balkan and Southeast European affairs at the
International Desk of Lithuanian national daily Vakarų Ekspresas, October 2007–
January 2008
Research Assistant in the Central European University, History Department,
Budapest, enrolled in the project “The Origins of the Cold War”, February–June 1999,
supervised by Prof. Alfred J. Rieber (Central European University)
Assistant in the writing of the Lithuanian Encyclopaedia, 1998-2008
Columnist at the “Rytai-Vakarai” of Lithuanian national daily Lietuvos Rytas, June–
August 1998
Research Project Assistant enrolled in the project: “Post-Communist
Democratization” organized by the Department of Political Science, Melbourne
University, Australia, 1996–1997, supervised by Prof. Leslie T. Holmes (Melbourne
University) and Prof. John S. Dryzek (Melbourne University/Australian National
University, Canberra). The results of the research project are published in the chapter
“Yugoslavia”, pp. 57–75 in Dryzek S. J, Holmes T. L., Post-Communist
Democratization. Political Discourses Across Thirteen Countries, Cambridge
University Press, Cambridge, UK, 2002, pp. 300 (participation in the project and
authorship credit confirmed on pp. x and xii)
Research Assistant in the Faculty of Dramatic Arts, University of Belgrade, enrolled
in the project: “Hundred Years of the Public Transport in Belgrade”, 1991–1992,
supervised by Prof. Dejan Kosanović (Belgrade University)
AWARDS:
COST, European Cooperation in the Field of Scientific and Technical Research,
grant for participation in Action IS0803 “Remaking Eastern Borders in Europe: A
Network Exploring Social, Moral and Material Relocations of Europe’s Eastern
Peripheries”, January 2009−January 2013
Open Society Archives at Central European University, Budapest, Hungary grant for
a monthly archival research upon the dissolution of Yugoslavia, 1990–1995, January
5–February 5, 2005.
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Central European University, Budapest, Hungary grant for participation in
international conference “Recent Pasts: Looking Back, 2003–1933” at New Europe
College, Romanian Institute for Recent History and Institute for Political Research,
University of Bucharest in Bucharest, Romania, May 21–23, 2004.
Special Projects Office, Special and Extension Programs – Central European
University, Budapest, Hungary, awarded Junior Visiting Research Fellowship at the
History Dept. of Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, July 3–August 3,
2003
The USAID grant for participation in “Workshop for new Doctoral Research on the
History of Southeast Europe” in Sofia, Bulgaria, organized by the Center for
Democracy and Reconciliation in Southeast Europe, Thessaloniki, Greece and the
Centre for Advanced Study, Sofia, Bulgaria, June 26–28, 2003
Södertörns högskola, University College, Baltic and East European Graduate
School grant for participation in a conference for young scholars in the humanities:
“Statehood Beyond Ethnicity: Comparative and Trans-National Perspectives in
Europe”, Fleminsberg near Stockholm, Sweden, June 13–14, 2003
Central European Summer University, Central European University, Budapest,
Hungary. Scholarship, accommodation and travel expenses for the summer course
“Theory and Research in Comparative Sociology”, Budapest, Hungary, July 1–26,
2002
Special Convention “Nationalism, Identities and Regional Co-operation:
Compatibilities and Incompatibilities”, convention fee, accommodation and travel
expenses, June 4–9, 2002, Forli, Italy, organised by the Centro per l’Europa Centro
Orientale e Balcanica, the Association for the Study of Nationalities and held under
the auspices of the Europe and the Balkans International Network, with the
participation of the Italian Association for Slavic Studies and the European
Association for Comparative Economic Systems, Bologna University and the
Municipality of Forli
School of Human Rights Research, Faculty of Law, Tilburg University, and
Institute for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, Catholic University of Leuven,
scholarship, accommodation and travel expenses for “Summer Course Human Rights
2001”, Tilburg, The Netherlands, Leuven, Belgium, August 20–31, 2001
The Center for European Integration Studies, Bonn, scholarship, accommodation
and travel expenses for the “8th Transatlantic Summer Academy”, Bonn, Germany,
June 5–30, 2001
European Academy Bozen/Bolzano, scholarship, accommodation and travel
expenses for the Summer Academy “Regions and Minorities in a Greater Europe
2000”, Brixen/Bressanone, South Tyrol (Alto Adige), Italy, September 4–15, 2000
Research Support Scheme, Soros Foundation, Prague, grant for individual researchproject “Serbia, Montenegro and Albanian Independence, 1912–1913”, July 2000–
July 2002
Soros Foundation Postgraduate Scholarships, Central European University,
Budapest College, Hungary, 1995–1996 and 1996–1997
Undergraduate Scholarship of Republican Foundation for a support of the young
scientific the rising generations, Republic of Serbia, Yugoslavia, 1987–1991
Undergraduate Scholarship, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade University,
Yugoslavia, 1985–1991

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Financial Support for all participated scientific conferences by the organizers or/and
the home university and for participation in ERASMUS/SOCRATES Program
ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES:
Visiting lecturer at the Institute of Political Science, the Faculty of Social Sciences
and Philosophy, Leipzig University, Leipzig, Germany, December, 7−11, 2015. Given
lectures: “Cultural Identity and European Unification”, “State-Building, Political
System and Ethnic Conflicts in the FYR Macedonia”, “Lithuania Between the West &
East: Culture, History, Politics & Political System” (sponsored by ERASMUS+
Program)
Participant at the International Conference "European Union and Byzantium Cultural Heritage, History and Perspectives: The World of the Justinian the
Great and European Civilization (565−2015)", October 23−25, 2015, Vilnius,
Lithuania, organized by the Greek Society of Lithuania - "Pontos" with the research
paper presentation „The Foundation of Christian Constantinople“
Visiting lecturer at the Institute of Political Science, the Faculty of Law, Eötvös
Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary, April, 20−24, 2015. Given lectures: “How to
Achieve a Pan-European Identity?”, “The FYR of Macedonia After The Ohrid
Agreement in 2001: Democracy, State-Building and Multiethnic Cohabitation”,
“Lithuania Between The West & East: Culture, History, Politics & Political System”
(sponsored by ERASMUS+ Program)
Visiting lecturer at the Lisboa School of Economic & Management, Lisbon
University, Lisbon, Portugal, December 1−5, 2014. Given lecture: “Balkan
Nationalism and Destruction of Yugoslavia” (sponsored by ERASMUS+ Program)
Participant at the SOCIN 3rd International Interdisciplinary Conference on
Social Innovation, October 23−24th, 2014, Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius with
the research paper presentation “Nationalism and Territorial Claims of the Yugoslavs”
Visiting lecturer at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Political
Science at the Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic, March 24−28, 2014. Given
lecture:
“Selected
Issue
on
European
Identity”
(sponsored
by
ERASMUS/SOCRATES Program)
Visiting lecturer at the Department of Global Political Studies, Malmö University,
Malmö, Sweden, March 3−7, 2014. Given lecture: “Balkan Nationalism and
Destruction of Yugoslavia” (sponsored by ERASMUS/SOCRATES Program)
Peer reviewer of the article: Miroslav Svirčević, “Serbian Local Government under
the Rule of the Constitutionalists: 1842-58”, Serbian Studies. Journal of the North
American Society for Serbian Studies, Vol. 25, No. 2, 2011 (2014), Slavica
Publishers, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA, pp. 119-142
Visiting lecturer at the Institute of Political Science, the Faculty of Law, Eötvös
Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary, November 4−8, 2013. Given lecture: “Balkan
Nationalism and Destruction of Yugoslavia” (sponsored by ERASMUS/SOCRATES
Program)
Participant at the International Scientific Conference “Self and Others in the
Contemporary Research”, October 24−25th, 2013, Lithuanian Institute of History,
Vilnius with the research paper presentation “The European Union and the European
Identity”
Participant at the SOCIN 2nd International Interdisciplinary Conference on
Social Innovation, October 10−11th, 2013, Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius with
the research paper presentation “How to Achieve a Pan-European Identity?”

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Participant at the International Scientific Conference “Sustainable
Multilingualism: Research, Studies, Culture”, September 27−28, 2013, at
Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania, organized by the Institute of Foreign
Languages with the research paper presentation “Shaping of a Modern Serbian Nation
and State-Building”
Participant at the International Conference "European Union and Cultural
Heritage of Byzantium: Byzantine Commonwealth of Nations and Its
Significance for European Civilization", September 12−15, 2013, Vilnius,
Lithuania, organized by the Greek Society of Lithuania - "Pontos" with the research
paper presentation „The Greekness of the Byzantine Empire“
Virtual participant at the Scientific Conference, Section 9: Art, Religion, History,
Culturology, Philosophy, June 1015th, 2013, Research paper presentation:
“Kosovo and the Caucasus: A Domino Effect” (Paper’s online presentation:
http://www.scieconf.com/actual-conferences-and-papers/?pa=9&cmd=det)
Visiting lecturer at the Faculty of Economics, Legal and Political Sciences at the
University of Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy, May 6−10, 2013. Given lectures: “Balkan
Nationalism and Destruction of Yugoslavia” and “Shaping Modern Serbian
Ethnolinguistic Nation and National State-Building in the First Half of the 19th
century” (sponsored by ERASMUS/SOCRATES Program)
Participant at the Second EastBoardNet Conference: “Relocating Borders: A
Comparative Approach”, January 11−13, 2013, Humboldt University, Berlin,
Germany, organized by the COST Action Committee (University of Manchester,
UK), with the research paper presentation “Nationalism and Territorial Claims of the
Yugoslavs: Challenge to Remapping the Balkans in the 21st century”
Virtual participant at the World Congress on Administrative and Political
Sciences conference, Qeeen Elizabeth Hotel and Spa, November 29th−December 2nd,
2012, Antalya, Turkey organized by Academic World Education & Research Center,
Kyrenia, Cyprus. Research paper presentation: “Shaping Modern Serbian
Ethnolinguistic Nation and National State-Building in the First Half of the 19th
century” (Paper ID: 21972; http://www.worldeducationcenter.eu/index.php/ADPOL/)
Visiting lecturer at the Faculty of Political Sciences and Sociology at the
University of Granada, Spain, November 5−9, 2012. Given lecture: “How to Achieve
Pan-European Identity?” (sponsored by ERASMUS/SOCRATES Program)
Participant at the SOCIN 1st International Interdisciplinary Conference on
Social Innovation, October 25−26th, 2012, Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius with
the research paper presentation “Fair Trade and the European Union”
Participant at the international Fifth Annual Academic Conference “Borders,
Boundaries, and Barriers: New Paradigm for the Twenty-first Century”, March
23−24, 2012, at the LCC International University, Klaipėda, Lithuania with the
research paper presentation “Nationalism and Territorial Claims of the Yugoslavs:
Challenge to Remapping the Balkans in the 21st c.”
Participant at the International Scientific Conference “Multilingualism and
Language Studies in Higher Education”, December 8−10, 2011, at Vytautas
Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania, organized by the Centre of Foreign Languages
with the research paper presentation “Disintegration of Ex-Serbo-Croat Language:
Boshnjak Identity and Bosnian Language”

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Visiting lecturer at the Faculty of Political Science, at the University of Pisa, Pisa,
Italy, November 14−18, 2011. Given lecture: “Serbia, Kosovo and the European
Union” (sponsored by ERASMUS/SOCRATES Program)
Visiting lecturer at the Faculty of Political Science “Cesare Alfieri”, at the
University of Florence, Florence, Italy, November 7−11, 2011. Given lecture:
“Cultural Identity and European Unification” (sponsored by ERASMUS/SOCRATES
Program)
Participant at the International Conference „European Union and Cultural
Heritage of Byzantium: 550 Years Since the End of the Empire of TrebizondTragedy of the Byzantine World“, September 23−24, 2011, Vilnius, Lithuania,
organized by the Greek Society of Lithuania – „Pontos“ with the research paper
presentation „Byzantium after Byzantium: ‚Megali Idea‘ and United National Greek
State“
Visiting lecturer at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Political
Science at the Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic, March 21−25, 2011. Given
lecture: “Serbia, Kosovo and the European Union” (sponsored by
ERASMUS/SOCRATES Program)
Participant at the First EastBoardNet Conference: “Remaking Borders”, January
20−22, 2011, Catania, Italy, organized by the COST Action Committee (University of
Manchester, UK), with the research paper presentation “Remapping the Balkans:
Shaping the Borders of United National State of Ethno-Linguistic Serbs”
Visiting lecturer at the School of Economics and Management, Economics Dpt.,
at the University of Minho, Braga, Portugal, November 1−5, 2010. Given lecture:
“Citizenship and Multiculturalism” (sponsored by ERASMUS/SOCRATES Program)
Participant at the 4th International Conference „Nation and Language: Modern
Aspects of Socio-Linguistic Development“, October 21−22, 2010, organized by
Kaunas University of Technology, Panėvežys Institute, Panevėžys, Lithuania, with the
research paper presentation „Shaping Modern Serbian Ethnolinguistic Nation and
National State-Building in the First Half of the 19th c.“
Participant at the International Conference "Northern Athens: Cultural
Dialogue between East and West", September 17−19, 2010, Vilnius, Lithuania,
organized by the Greek Society of Lithuania - "Pontos" with the research paper
presentation „Post-Soviet Language Policy in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania“
Participant at the COST Workgroup 3 “Differences and Inequalities”, May 7-8,
2010, Fafo Institute for Applied International Studies, Oslo, Norway. Paper
presentation: “’Fair Trade’ and the European Union”
Visiting lecturer at the Faculty of Political Sciences and Sociology at the
University of Granada, Spain, April 26-30, 2010. Given lecture: “Serbia, Kosovo and
the European Union” (sponsored by ERASMUS/SOCRATES Program)
Visiting lecturer at the European Studies Master’s Programme at the University
of Latvia, February 8-12, 2010. Given lecture: “Citizenship and Multiculturalism”
(sponsored by ERASMUS/SOCRATES Program)
Participant at the COST Workshop 1 “Multiple Easts: Peripheries as Practice”,
November 12-13, 2009, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic. Paper
presentation: “Making Boshnjak Ethnonational Identity by Creation of Bosnian
Language in Bosnia & Herzegovina and Sandžak, 1993-2009”

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Participant at the “5th International Scientific Conference: Social Sciences in
Global World: Possibilities, Challenges and Perspectives”, October 8-9, 2009,
Klaipėda, Lithuania at the University of Klaipėda, organized by Baltic Sea Region
University Network and University of Klaipėda with the paper presentation
“Trafficking of Women: A Dark Side of Globalization”
Visiting lecturer at the Department of Political Science and International
Relations at the University of Tampere in Finland, September 29-October 1, 2009.
B.A./M.A. credit course: „Linguistic Nationalism in Contemporary Europe“
(sponsored by ERASMUS/SOCRATES Program)
Participant at the International Conference and Festival "European Union and
Cultural Heritage of Byzantium: History and Future", June 19-25, 2009, Vilnius,
Lithuania, organized by the Greek Society of Lithuania - "Pontos" with the research
paper presentation „The Battle of Manzikert (1071): The Beginning of Decline of
Byzantium“
Lecturer at the 4th International Summer School "Challenges of Democracy in
Post-Communist Europe: National Identity", Vilnius, Lithuania, organized by
Dept. of Political Science, Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius, Lithuania, June 1421, 2009. Lecture: „Balkan Nationalism and Destruction of Yugoslavia“
Participant in the COST, European Cooperation in the Field of Scientific and
Technical Research, Action IS0803 “Remaking Eastern Borders in Europe: A
Network Exploring Social, Moral and Material Relocations of Europe’s Eastern
Peripheries”, January 2009−January 2013
Peer reviewer of article “Killing Nationalism with Liberalism? Austria-Hungary and
the Serbian Constitution 1869” for the journal Diplomacy & Statecraft, USA, 2009
Visiting lecturer at the Institute of European Studies and International
Relations, Faculty of Social and Economic Sciencies at Comenius University,
Bratislava, Slovakia, March 30−April 3, 2009, giving lectures to Ph.D. and B.A.
students: “Balkan Nationalism and Destruction of Yugoslavia”, “Kosovo, Serbia and
EU”, “Nationalism, Ethnicity and State” (sponsored by ERASMUS/SOCRATES
Program)
Visiting lecturer at the Institute of Political Sciences at Grenoble, November
17−20, 2008, Grenoble, France, giving lectures to B.A./M.A. students: “Linguistic
Nationalism in Contemporary Europe” and “Balkan Nationalism and Destruction of
Yugoslavia” (sponsored by ERASMUS/SOCRATES Program)
Paper presenter at the “11th Annual Mediterranean Studies Association
Congress”, May 28–31, 2008, Lüneburg, Germany. The congress is organized by the
Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, USA. The
paper presentation: “Turkey, Greece, Italy and Security in the Mediterranean Area”
Visiting lecturer at the Porto University, Faculty of Psychology and Educational
Science, May 12–16, 2008, Porto, Portugal, giving lectures to BA students:
“Multicultural Society and Minority Rights” and “Globalization” (sponsored by
ERASMUS/SOCRATES Program)
Visiting lecturer at the Lisbon University, Faculty of Law, May 5–11, 2008,
Lisbon, Portugal, giving lectures to BA students: “European Integration Processes”
and “Globalization” (sponsored by ERASMUS/SOCRATES Program)
Paper presenter at the 2nd Annual Conference of the Open Society InstituteCentral European University Comparative History Project: “New Approaches to
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Comparative History in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe”, April 1719th, 2008, Sofia, Bulgaria. The paper presentation: “The Idea of Pan-Slavic
Ethnolinguistic Kinship and Reciprocity in Dalmatian and Croatian Literature and
Historiography, 1477−1706”
Visiting lecturer at the Warsaw University, Eastern Winter School 2008 at the
East European Studies Programme organised by the East European Collegium,
Wrocław, March 1–10th, 2008, Poland. Lectured course: “National, Ethnic and
Political Backgrounds of the Balkan Conflicts” (sponsored by the Warsaw University)
Visiting lecturer at the University of Tartu, Faculty of Social Sciences,
Department of Political Science, November 26–30, 2007, Tartu, Estonia, giving
seminars-lectures to BA/MA students: “Balkan Nationalism and the Destruction of
Yugoslavia” and “Macedonian Question in Historical Perspective, 1878-2007”. Given
a public lecture (by the invitation of EuroCollege of the University of Tartu): “PostMilosevic’s Serbia and the Question of Kosovo” on November 28th, 2007 (sponsored
by ERASMUS/SOCRATES Program)
Paper presenter at the Third international conference: “The Recent
Development of the European Union: Challenges and Experience”, October 11–
12, 2007, Klaipėda, Lithuania. The conference is organized by the Baltic Sea Region
University Network, the University of Klaipėda and the Vilnius University. The paper
presentation: “The European Union and the European Identity”
Paper presenter at international conference: “European Union and Cultural
Heritage of Byzantium: History and Future”, June 22–27, 2007, Vilnius,
Lithuania. The conference is organized by the Greek society in Lithuania - “Pontos”.
The paper presentation: “The Triumph of Christianity in the Early Byzantium”
Paper presenter at the international Vishegrad 4 conference: “Processes of
Redefinition and Reconstruction of the Term Nation in Central Europe”, June 8–
9, 2007, Telč, Czech Republic. The conference is organized by Center for Research of
Ethnicity and Culture (CVEK), Bratislava, Slovakia and Institute for the Research on
Social Reproduction and Integration (IVRIS), Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk
University, Brno, Czech Republic. The paper presentation: “Making Boshnjak
Ethnonational Identity by Creation of Bosnian Language in Bosnia & Herzegovina
and Sandžak, 1993–2007”
Paper presenter at the international conference: “European Studies: Dialects
and Language Policy”, April 27–28, 2007, Šiauliai, Lithuania. The conference is
organized by European Studies Institute, Humanities Faculty at the Šiauliai
University. The paper presentation: “Disintegration of Serbo-Croat Language and
Linguistic Policy in Bosnia & Herzegovina: Making Boshnjak Ethnonational Identity
by Transformation of Regional Dialect into Bosnian Language”
Paper presenter at the international conference: “Representation and Formation
of National and Civic Identity Nowadays”, April 26–27, 2007, Kaunas, Lithuania.
The conference is organized by the Department of Lithuanian Literature, Humanities
Science Faculty, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas. The paper presentation:
“Making Boshnjak Ethnonational Identity by Creation of Bosnian Language in Bosnia
& Herzegovina and Sandžak, 1993–2007”
Visiting lecturer at the Warsaw University, Eastern Winter School 2007 at the
East European Studies Programme organised by the East European Collegium,
Wrocław, March 1–10th, 2007, Poland. Lectured course: “The Politics of the
Borderlands of Central, East and Southeast Europe from Pre- to Post-Communism”
(sponsored by the Warsaw University)
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Visiting lecturer at the University of Tartu, Faculty of Social Sciences,
Department of Political Science, February 12–16, 2007, Tartu, Estonia. Lectured
course: “Balkan Nationalism and the Destruction of Yugoslavia”. Given a public
lecture: “Serbia’s Political Scene and Future of Regional Security” on February 13 th,
2007 (sponsored by ERASMUS/SOCRATES Program)
Paper presenter at the international conference: “Current Theoretical and
Practical Tendencies in the Russian Studies”, May 12–13, 2006, Klaipėda,
Lithuania. The conference is organized by the Slavonic Centre of the Klaipėda
University, Russian State University “I. Kant”, Kaliningrad, and Russian General
Consulate in Klaipėda. The paper presentation: “Balkans and Russian national
interest: Russia Between Euro-Atlantics integration and the myth of pan-Slavic
solidarity, reciprocity and brotherhood”
Paper presenter at the Second International Conference: “Nation and Language:
Modern Aspects of Socio-Linguistic Development”, April 28, 2006, Panevežys,
Lithuania. The conference is organized by Kaunas University of Technology,
Panevežys Institute, Faculty of Management and Administration, Centre of
Languages. The paper presentation: “The Croatian National Revival Movement (The
“Illyrian Movement”) and the Question of Language in the Phase from 1830 to 1841”
Visiting lecturer at the European Studies, Institute for Political Science,
University of Hannover, February 4–11, 2006, Hannover, Germany. Lectured
course: “Balkans in International Relations, 19–20th, cc.”. Given a public lecture:
“Emigration, Refugees and Ethnic Cleansing in Yugoslavia between 1991 and 2000”
on February 7th, 2006 (sponsored by ERASMUS/SOCRATES Program)
Paper presenter at the international conference “Organizations of National
Minorities: Cultural Aspect”, November 18, 2005, Kaunas, Lithuania. The
conference is organized by the Cultural Center of Kaunas Various Nations. Paper
presentation: “The Role of the Serbian Orthodox Church in the protection of
minorities and ‘minor’ religious communities in Serbia and Montenegro”
Academic Ph.D. supervisor to Ph.D. candidate Rene Barba Para (Mexico) at Vilnius
University, Lithuania, from September 2005 to September 2006. Ph.D. dissertation:
“The role of Slobodan Milošević in Yugoslav crisis 1991–1995”
Paper presenter at the Third International Conference in Stateless Cultures
(“The Weakest Minorities: Reconstructing Europe of Local Cultures”), May 13–
14, 2005, Vilnius, Lithuania. The conference is organized by the Center for Stateless
Cultures, Faculty of History at the Vilnius University, Lithuania. Paper presentation:
“Roma Holocaust in Central and Southeast Europe, 1939 – 1945”
Paper presenter at the international conference “Inheritance of the Byzantine
Culture”, Vilnius, Lithuania, March 18–19, 2005. The paper presentation: “The
Balkans: Crossroads of civilizations and political spheres of influences”. The
conference is organized by the Greek society “Pontos” in Lithuania
Monthly archival research at the Open Society Archives at Central European
University, Budapest, Hungary upon the dissolution of Yugoslavia, 1990–1995,
January 5–February 5, 2005
Paper presenter at international conference “Recent Pasts: Looking Back, 2003–
1933” at Institute for Political Research, University of Bucharest in Bucharest,
Romania, May 21–23, 2004. The paper presentation: “Emigration, Refugees and
Ethnic Cleansing During Yugoslavia’s Disintegration: Ethnic Nationalism and

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Creation of the National States”. The conference is organized by Pasts, Inc. Centar for
Historical Studies, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
Paper presenter at the seminar “Inheritance of the Byzantine Culture”, Vilnius,
Lithuania, April 26, 2004. The paper presentation: “Byzantium and the Fourth
Crusade”. Seminar is organized by the Greek society “Pontos” in Lithuania
Research at the Library of Central European University and Open Society
Archives at Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, on creation of
Albanian independent state at the beginning of the 20th c. sponsored by Special and
Extension Programs-Central European University, July 3–August 3, 2003
Paper presenter in the “Workshop for new Doctoral Research on the History of
Southeast Europe”, Sofia, Bulgaria, June 26–28, 2003. The workshop is organized
by the Center for Democracy and Reconciliation in Southeast Europe, Thessaloniki,
Greece and the Centre for Advanced Study, Sofia, Bulgaria. The paper presentation:
“The Lingustic Model of the Definition of the Serbian Nation by Vuk Stefanović
Karadžić and the Project of the Creation of a Linguistically-Determined Serbian
National State by Ilija Garašanin”
Paper presenter in the Early Modern Panels of a Conference for Young Scholars
in the Humanities: “Statehood Beyond Ethnicity: Comparative and TransNational Perspectives in Europe”, Fleminsberg near Stockholm, Sweden, June 13–
14, 2003. The conference is organized by Södertörns högskola, University College,
Fleminsberg near Stockholm, Sweden. Paper presentation: “The Idea of Greater
Croatia in the Seventeenth-Century”
Paper presenter in the Second International Conference in Stateless Cultures,
December 4–6, 2002, Vilnius, Lithuania. The conference is organized by the Center
for Stateless Cultures, Faculty of History at the Vilnius University, Lithuania. Paper
presentation: “A Stateless Minority Threatened with Extinction: The Vlachs/Aromani
in the Balkans”
Paper presenter in the panel № 68 “Language Nationalism and Globalization” in
the Special Convention “Nationalism, Identities and Regional Co-operation:
Compatibilities and Incompatibilities”, June 4–9, 2002, Forli, Italy, organized by
the Centro per l’Europa Centro Orientale e Balcanica, the Association for the Study of
Nationalities and held under the auspices of the Europe and the Balkans International
Network, with the participation of the Italian Association for Slavic Studies and the
European Association for Comparative Economic Systems, Bologna University and
the Municipality of Forli. Paper presentation: “A Linguistic Model of Serbian
National Identity and the Creation of Ethnolinguistic State of Serbs”
Speaker in the conference “Balkan Conflicts” with the research paper “Serbian
Question” and the Collapse of Yugoslavia, organized by Vytautas Magnus University,
March 8, 2002, Kaunas, Lithuania
Speaker in the conference “Religion and Culture” with the research paper The Role
of Patriarchate of Peć in Preservation of Serbian National and Cultural Identity
within the Ottoman Empire, organized by the Center for Religious Studies, Vilnius
University, February 28–March 1, 2002, Vilnius, Lithuania
Speaker in the international conference “Beginnings and Ends of Emigration: Life
without Borders in Contemporary World” with the speech and research-paper
Emigration, Refugees and Ethnic Cleansing in Yugoslavia 1991–2001 in the Context
of Transforming Ethnographical Borders into National-State Borders, organized by
Vytautas Magnus University, Faculty of Social Sciences Vytautas Kavolis Center for

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Interdisciplinary Studies, Kaunas and The Lithuanian Emigration Institute, Kaunas,
Lithuania, November 22–23, 2001, Kaunas, Lithuania
Guest lecturer at the Department of Classical Philology, Vilnius University,
Vilnius, Lithuania with the topics 1) Political and Cultural Foundations of the
Byzantine Empire, 2) Nations and Languages in the Early Byzantium and 3)
Christianity and Religious Sects in the Early Byzantine State, February 14, 21 and
March 14, 2002
Key speaker and the leader of the public seminar International Terrorism and
Contemporary Balkan Security, Vilnius University, Faculty of History, Center for
Stateless Cultures, October 16, 2001, Vilnius, Lithuania
Speaker in the international seminar “Multilinguistic Europe: Past, Present,
Future” with the speech and research-paper Linguistic Nationalism in Contemporary
Europe, organized by Department of National Minorities and Lithuanians Living
Abroad to Government of Republic of Lithuania, Vilnius, Lithuania, October 4, 2001
Key speaker and the leader of the public seminar South Tyrolean Question,
Vilnius University, Faculty of History, Center for Stateless Cultures, May 1, 2001,
Vilnius, Lithuania
Participant in professional training programme ogranized by Curriculum Resource
Center, Central European University, Budapest College, Budapest, Hungary, March
26–30, 2001
Key speaker and the leader of the public seminar The Balkans: Meeting Ground
and Melting Pot of Ethnic Minorities, Vilnius University, Faculty of History, Center
for Stateless Cultures, March 20, 2001, Vilnius, Lithuania
Key speaker and the leader of M. A. seminar Serbian Nationalism and Destruction
of Yugoslavia, Vilnius University, Institute of International Relations and Political
Science, November 21, 2000, Vilnius, Lithuania
Participant with the paper about Serbian linguistic nationalism in the Summer
Academy “Regions and Minorities in a Greater Europe 2000”, organized by European
Academy Bozen/Bolzano, Brixen/Bressanone, South Tyrol (Alto Adige), Italy,
September 4-15, 2000
Participant of UASEC (University Association for Contemporary European Studies,
King’s College London, Strand, London WC2R 2LS) 30th Anniversary Conference
and Fifth Research Conference, co-organised with the Central European University,
April 6–8, 2000, Budapest, Hungary
Participant of the Conference “Democratization in Theory and Practice in Eastern
Europe” co-orgnized by the European University Institute, Robert Schuman Centre,
Florence, Italy, and University of Melbourne, Australia, with the researchreport/analysing paper The process of democratization and Yugoslavia, October 25–
November 2, 1998, Florence, Italy
PUBLICATIONS:
Book Global Research. Selected articles (second edition), Vilnius: UAB “Mylida”,
2016, ISBN 978-609-408-840-7, UDK 911.3:32 So-121
Book The Croatian National (“Illyrian”) Revival Movement and the Serbs: From
1830 to 1847, Saarbrücken: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2015, ISBN 9783-659-69315-1
Book Global Research. Selected Articles on Global Studies Research, Saarbrücken:
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2015, ISBN 978-3-659-41652-1

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Book Serbia, Montenegro and the “Albanian Question”, 1878−1912: A Greater
Albania Between Balkan Nationalism & European Imperialism, Saarbrücken: LAP
LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2015, ISBN 978-3-659-67591-1
Book From the EuroBalkan Studies: Scientific Articles in English, Vilnius,
Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences Press, 2014, printed book ISBN 978609-408-597-0, electronic book ISBN 978-609-408-598-7, UDK 94 (497.1) So-121
Book Кривотворине о Јосипу Брозу Титу, Брозовим партизанима и
Равногорском покрету, 1941. г.−1945. г., Виљнус: Штампарија Литванског
едуколошког универзитета, 2014, printed book ISBN 978-609-408-557-4,
electronic book ISBN 978-609-408-556-7, UDK 94 (497.1) “1941/1945” So-121
[Forgeries about Josip Broz Tito, Broz’s Partisans and the Ravna Gora Movement,
1941−1945]
Book Из јужнословенске догађајнице. Збирка одабраних чланака, Виљнус:
Штампарија литванског едуколошког универзитета „Едукологија“, 2014, printed
book ISBN 978-609-408-524-6, electronic book ISBN 978-609-408-525-3 [From the
South Slavic History: Collection of Selected Articles]
Book Balcania (Scientific articles in English), Vilnius, Lithuanian University of
Educational Sciences Press “Edukologija”, 2013, paper book ISBN 978-609-408-4737, electronic book ISBN 978-609-408-474-4, UDK 949.7 So-121
Book Социолингвистички аспект распада Југославије и српско национално
питање. Треће допуњено издање, Виљнус: Штампарија Литванског
едуколошког универзитета „Едукологија“, 2013, штампана књига ISBN 978-609408-452-2, електронска књига ISBN 978-609-408-452-2 [Sociolinguistic Aspect of
Dissolution of Yugoslavia and Serbian National Question. Third revised edition,
Vilnius: Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences Press “Edukologija”, printed
book ISBN 978-609-408-452-2, electronic book ISBN 978-609-408-452-2]
Book Emigration, Refugees and Ethnic Cleansing: The Death of Yugoslavia,
1991−1999, Saarbrücken: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2013, ISBN 9783-659-39196-5
Book Emigration, Refugees and Ethnic Cleansing: The Death of Yugoslavia,
1991−1999 (second edition), Vilnius: Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences
Press “Edukologija”, 2013, paper book ISBN 978-609-408-433-1, electronic book
ISBN 978-609-408-434-8, UDK 325.2 (497.1) So-121
Book Огледи из југославологије, Виљнус, Штампарија Литванског едуколошког
универзитета „Едукологија“, 2013, ISBN 978-609-408-387-7, UDK 327 (497.1)
So-121 [Essays from Yugoslavology, Vilnius: Lithuanian University of Educational
Sciences Press “Edukologija”, 2013, ISBN 978-609-408-387-7, UDK 327 (497.1)
So-121]
Book From the Balkan History of Diplomacy and Politics (Scientific articles in
English), Vilnius, Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences Press “Edukologija”,
2013, ISBN 978-609-408-373-0, UDK 949.71So-121
Book Creation of the First Yugoslavia: How the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and
Slovenes was Established in 1918, Saarbrücken: LAP LAMBERT Academic
Publishing, 2012, ISBN 978-3-659-27922-5
Book На одру титографије (збирка чланака), Виљнус, Штампарија Литванског
едуколошког универзитета „Едукологија“, 2012, ISBN 978-609-408-241-2, UDK
940.53(497) So-121 [On the Qataphalque of Titography, collection of articles,

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Vilnius, Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences Press “Edukologija”, 2012,
ISBN 978-609-408-241-2, UDK 940.53(497) So-121]
Book Srpski komonvelt (Serbian Commonwhealt), Vilnius, Vilnius Pedagogical
University Press, 2011, ISBN: 978-609-408-206-1
Book Социолингвистички аспект распада Југославије и српско национално
питање [Sociolinguistic Aspect of Dissolution of Yugoslavia and Serbian National
Question], Нови Сад-Србиње, Добрица књига, 2007, ISBN 978-86-83587-20-9,
CIP-Каталогизација у публикацији. Библиотека Матице српске, Нови Сад,
COBISS.SR-ID 227788807
Book Creation of the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, 1914–1918, Vilnius
University Press, Vilnius 2007, ISBN 978–9955–33–068–4
Book Balcanica, Serbica, Yugoslavica, Vilnius University Press, Vilnius 2007, ISBN
978–9986–19–995–3 (selected articles)
Book Социолингвистички аспект распада Југославије и српско национално
питање, [Sociolinguistic Aspect of Dissolution of Yugoslavia and Serbian National
Question], Vilnius University Press, Vilnius 2006, ISBN 9986–19–967–0
Book Lingvistički model definisanja srpske nacije Vuka Stefanovića Karadžića i
projekat Ilije Garašanina o stvaranju lingvistički određene države Srba [Linguistic
model of Definition of Serbian Nation by Vuk Stefanović Karadžić and the Project
about Creation of Linguistically Understood Serbian National State by Ilija
Garašanin], Ph.D. Dissertation, Vilnius University Press, Vilnius 2006, ISBN 9986–
19–917–4
Book chapter “The European Union and the European Identity”, Vida Savonikaitė
(ed.), Savas ir kitas. Šiuolaikiniais požiūriais [Contemporary Approaches to the Self
and the Other], Vilnius: Lithuanian Institute of History Press, 2014, ISBN 978-9955847-80-9, pp. 99−121
Article “Russia’s Balkan Politics: From the Politics of Pan-Slavic Reciprocity of the
Tsarist Russia to the ‘Realpolitik’ of the Republic of Gazprom Russia”, Српска
политичка мисао (Serbian Political Thought), Vol. 51, № 1, Belgrade: Institute for
Political Studies, 2016, ISSN 0354-5989, pp. 83−109
Article “Критичка анализа ‘Случаја Рачак’ (15. јануар 1999. године)” (“The
Critical Analysis of the ‚Račak Case‘ (January 15th, 1999))”, Serbian Studies
Research, Vol. 6, No. 1, 2015, ISSN 2217-5210, Novi Sad, Serbia, pp. 243−261
Article “Who are the Albanians? The Illyrian Anthroponomy and the Ethnogenesis of
the Albanians – A Challenge to Regional Security”, Serbian Studies: Journal of the
North American Society for Serbian Studies, Vol. 26, 2012, № 1−2, ISSN 0742-3330,
2015, Slavica Publishers, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA, pp. 45−76
Article “Separatism in Kosovo-Metohija and the Caucasus: Similarities and
Differences”, Serbian Studies: Journal of the North American Society for Serbian
Studies, Vol. 26, 2012, № 1−2, ISSN 0742-3330, 2015, Slavica Publishers, Indiana
University, Bloomington, USA, pp. 107−117
Article “Yugoslavia’s Hidden History: Partisan-Ustashi Collaboration in the World
War II (1941−1945)”, History Research, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2015, pp. 9−24, ISSN (print):
2376-6700, ISSN (online): 2376-6719, DOI: 10.11648/j.history.20150301.12, Science
Publishing Group, USA

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Article “Anti-Serbian Collaboration Between Tito’s Partisans and Pavelić’s Ustashi
in World War II”, Balkan Studies, Vol. 49, 2014 (2015), ISSN (print) 0005-4313,
ISSN (online) 2241-1674, Thessaloniki, Greece, pp. 113−156
Article “The NATO’s World Order, the Balkans and the Russian National Interest”,
International Journal of Politics & Law Research, Sciknow Publications Ltd., Vol. 3,
№ 1, 2015, New York, NY, USA, ISSN 2329-2253 (print), ISSN 2329-2245 (online),
pp. 10−19 (www.sciknow.org)
Article “Saradnja Brozovih partizana i Pavelićevih ustaša u drugom svetskom ratu na
teritoriji Nezavisne države Hrvatske” (“Collaboration between Broz’s partisans and
Pavelić’s ustashi in the WWII on the territory of the Independent State of Croatia”),
Serbian Studies Research, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2014, ISSN 2217-5210, Novi Sad, Serbia,
pp. 119−144
Article „Прилог проучавању феномена политолингвистичког аспекта нестанка
СФР Југославије“, Political Review: Magazine for Political Science,
Communications and Applied Politics, Vol. 41, № 3, Belgrade: Institute for Political
Studies, 2014, ISSN 1451-4281, pp. 51−89
Article “The Idea of Pan-Slavic Ethnolinguistic Kinship and Reciprocity in Dalmatia
and Croatia, 1477−1683”, Politikos mokslų almanachas (Political Science Almanack),
№ 15, 2014, ISSN 2029-0225, e-ISSN 2335-7185, Kaunas, Lithuania, pp. 175−187
Article “The ‘Fair Trade’ Movement and the European Union”, Open Journal of
Social Science Research, Sciknow Publications Ltd., Vol. 2, № 4, 2014, New York,
NY, USA, ISSN 2328-5001 (print), ISSN 2328-501X (online), pp. 127−132
(www.sciknow.org)
Article “The 1917 Corfu Declaration and its Importance for the Creation of the
Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes in 1918”, The South Slav Journal, Vol. 33, №
1−2, London−Belgrade: The South-Slav Research and Study Centre in London−The
Anglo−Serbian Society in Belgrade, 2014, ISSN 0141-6146, pp. 7−35
Article “Turkey, Greece, Italy and Security in the Mediterranean Sea Area”, Journal
of Global Peace and Conflict, American Research Institute for Policy Development,
Vol. 2, No. 1, 2014, ISSN 2333-5858 (online), ISSN 2333-584X (print), pp. 53−83
Article “The 1917 Corfu Declaration and its Importance for the Creation of the
Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes in 1918”, National Interest: Journal for
National and State Issues, Vol. 20, № 2, Belgrade: Institute for Political Studies,
2014, ISSN 1820-4996, pp. 41−76
Article “The European Union and The European Identity”, Advances in Sociology,
American V-King Scientific Publishing, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2014, pp. 31−38
(www.vkingpub.com)
Article “The Serbian Patriarchate of Peć in the Ottoman Empire: The First Phase
(1557−94)”, Serbian Studies: Journal of the North American Society for Serbian
Studies, Vol. 25, 2011, № 2, ISSN 0742-3330, 2014, Slavica Publishers, Indiana
University, Bloomington, USA, pp. 143−167
Article “Kosovo & Metohija: Ten Years After The ‘March Pogrom 2004’”, Српска
политичка мисао (Serbian Political Thought), Vol. 43, № 1, Belgrade: Institute for
Political Studies, 2014, ISSN 0354-5989, pp. 267−283
Article “The Great Economic Depression in the Weimar Republic, 19291933”,
Economics, 3 (1), pp. 1−8, published online on March 10th, 2014
(http://www.sciencepublishinggroup.com/journal/paperinfo.aspx?journalid=177&doi

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=10.11648/j.eco.20140301.11), doi: 10.11648/j.eco.20140301.11, Science Publishing
Group, USA
Article “Босански језик и његова инаугурација: Судбина бившег
српскохрватског или хрватскосрпског језика”, Sustainable Multilingualism, № 3,
2013, ISSN 2335-2019, e-ISSN 2335-2027, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas,
Lithuania, pp. 47−61
Article “Хрватска ‘правашка’ историографија и Срби” (“Croatian Historiography
of ‘Rights’ and the Serbs”), Serbian Studies Research, Vol. 4, No. 1, 2013, ISSN
2217-5210, Novi Sad, Serbia, pp. 173−188
Article “О етничком идентитету српскохрватског или хрватскосрпског језика”
(“About Ethnic Identity of the Serbocroatian or Croatoserbian Language”), Зборник
Матице српске за славистику/Review of Slavic Studies by Matica Srpska, 84, ISSN
0352–5007/UDC 821.16+811.16 (05), pp. 141–158, Novi Sad, Serbia, 2013
Article “Kosovo and the Caucasus: A Domino Effect”, Српска политичка мисао
(Serbian Political Thought), Vol. 41, № 3, Belgrade: Institute for Political Studies,
2013, ISSN 0354-5989, pp. 231−241
Article “National Identity: Who Are the Albanians? The Illyrian Anthroponymy and
the Ethnogenesis of the Albanians”, History Research, 1 (2), pp. 5−24, published
online on September 30th, 2013 (http://www.sciencepublishinggroup.com/j/history),
doi: 10.11648/j.history.20130102.11, Science Publishing Group, USA
Article “The Boundaries of Štokavian Dialect as the Borders of United National State
of Ethno-Linguistic Serbs”, Sustainable Multilingualism, № 2, 2013, ISSN 23352019, e-ISSN 2335-2027, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania, pp. 45−59
Article “Kosovo and the Caucasus: A Domino Effect” (Paper’s online presentation:
http://www.scieconf.com/actual-conferences-and-papers/?pa=9&cmd=det) presented
at virtual Scientific Conference, Section 9: Art, Religion, History, Culturology,
Philosophy, June 1015th, 2013
Article “Kolizijos Pietričių Europoje: Tarptautiniai santykiai, užsienio jėgų interesai
ir ‘Albanų klausimas’” (“Collisions in South-East Europe: International Relations,
Interests of Foreign Powers and ‘Albanian Question’”), Politikos mokslų almanachas
(Political Science Almanack), № 11, 2012, ISSN 2029-0225, e-ISSN 2029-8862,
Kaunas, Lithuania, pp. 7−33
Article “The Memorandum (1804) by the Karlovci Metropolitan Stevan
Stratimirović”, Serbian Studies: Journal of the North American Society for Serbian
Studies, Vol. 24, 2010, № 1−2, ISSN 0742-3330, 2012, Slavica Publishers, Indiana
University, Bloomington, USA, pp. 27−48
Article “Hrvatsko-srpski sporovi oko jezika i pisma u Trojednici od Revolucije
1848./1849. g. do zasedanja Hrvatsko-slavonskog Sabora 1861. g.”, Tošović Branko,
Wonisch Arno (eds.), Die serbische Sichtweise des Verhältnisses zwischen dem
Serbischen, Kroatischen und Bosniakischen, I/4, ISBN 978-3-9503053-3-3, Novi Sad:
Institut für Slawistik der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz−Beogradska knjiga, 2012,
pp. 503−523
Article “Антисрпски карактер Комунистичке партије Југославије” (“AntiSerbian Character of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia”), Serbian Studies
Research, Vol. 3, No. 1, ISSN 2217-5210, 2012, Novi Sad, Serbia, pp. 73−88
Article “Disintegration of Ex-Serbo-Croat Language: Boshnjak Identity and Bosnian
Language”, Research in multilingualism: selected papers [electronic publication]

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(Nemira Mačianskienė, ed.), Kaunas : Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas, 2012, ISBN
978-9955-12-784-0, pp. 20−27
Article “Vuk, Hrvati i Dubrovnik” (“Vuk, Croats and Dubrovnik”), Serbian Studies
Research, Vol. 2, No. 1, ISSN 2217-5210, 2011, Novi Sad, Serbia, pp. 111−125
Article „Macedonia between Greek, Bulgarian, Albanian and Serbian national
Aspirations, 1870−1912“, Serbian Studies: Journal of the North American Society for
Serbian Studies, Vol. 23, 2009, № 1, ISSN 0742-3330, 2011, Slavica Publishers,
Indiana University, Bloomington, USA, pp. 17−40
Article “Serbia’s Diplomatic Preparations for the Creation of the First Balkan
Alliance, 18611864,”, Zgodovinski časopis/Historical review, 65, 1–2 (143), ISSN
0350–5774, 2011, pp. 88–103, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Article „Serbia’s Diplomatic Preparations for the Creation of the First Balkan
Alliance, 1861–64“, Serbian Studies: Journal of the North American Society for
Serbian Studies, Vol. 22, 2008, № 1, ISSN 0742-3330, 2010, Slavica Publishers,
Indiana University, Bloomington, USA, pp. 65−82
Article „Shaping Modern Serbian Ethnolinguistic Nation and National State-Building
in the First Half of the 19th c.“, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference
„Nation and Language: Modern Aspects of Socio-Linguistic Development“, ISSN
2029-0497, Kaunas: Technologija, 2010, pp. 92−96
Article „The Multiparty Elections in Serbia in 1990“, Politikos mokslų almanachas
(Political Science Almanack), Vytauto Didžiojo universiteto leidykla, Kaunas,
Lithuania, Vol. 6, 2009, ISSN 2029−0225, pp. 7−24
Article „‘Fair Trade’ and the European Union“, EastBordNet Working Papers,
webpage:
http://www.eastbordnet.org/working_papers/open/documents/Sotirovic_Fair_Trade_1
00507.pdf
Article “The Multy-Party Elections in Serbia in 1990”, Zgodovinski
časopis/Historical review, 63, 3–4 (140), ISSN 0350–5774, 2009, pp. 426–438,
Ljubljana, Slovenia
Article “Trafficking of the Women: A Dark Side of Globalization”, in Bridges.
Supplementary issue: Scientific volume “Social Sciences in Global World:
Possibilities, Challenges and Perspectives” vol. 39, 2009, Klaipėda University, ISSN
1648-3979, pp. 287−290
Article “Making Boshnjak Ethnonational Identity by Creation of Bosnian Language
in Bosnia & Sanžak, 1993−2007”, in Michal Vašečka (ed.), Nation über alles.
Processes of Redefinition and Reconstruction of the Term Nation in Central Europe, ,
Center for the Research of Ethnicity and Culture, Bratislava 2008, ISBN: 978-80970088-7-1, pp. 139−152
Article “Kosovas ir Metohija – Serbų tautos lopšys” (“Kosovo and Metochia – Cradle
of Serbian Nation”), Istorijos, cultural journal, № 10 (37), October 2008, Vilnius,
Lithuania, pp. 33−36
Article “The Disintegration of Serbo-Croat Language and Linguistic Policy in
Bosnia-Herzegovina: Making Boshnjak Ethnonational Identity by Transformation of
Regional Dialect into the Bosnian Language”, Acta Humanitarica Universitatis
Saulensis, Mokslo darbai, T. 4 (2007), Europos studijos: dialektai ir kalbos politika

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(Scientific works vol. 4 (2007), European studies: dialects and linguistic policy),
Šiauliai, 2008, ISSN 1822-7309, pp. 121–137
Article “The Historical Role of the Patriarchate of Peć in Preservation of Serbian
National and Cultural Identity”, Актуальнье проблемы науки в контексте
православных традиций, Сборник материалов международной научнопрактической конференции, 28-29 февраля 2008 года, Армавир, Россия, 2008
(Actual Scientific Problems in the Context of the Orthodox Traditions, Conference
proceedings, February 28–29th, Armavir, 2008, Russian Federation), ISBN 978-591153-021-5, pp. 22–25
Article “The European Union and The European Identity”, The Recent Development
of the EU: Challenges and Experience, The 3rd scientific volume, edited by Stasys
Vaitekūnas, Ligita Šimanskienė and Tadeusz Palmowski, Klaipėda University,
Faculty of Social Sciences, Regional Policy & Planning Institute–Baltic Sea Region
University Network–Vilnius University, Institute of Political Sciences & International
Relations, Klaipėda: Klaipėda University Press 2007, ISBN 978-9955-18-272-6, pp.
54–58
Article “Pitanje jezika i pisma u Dalmaciji 1903. g. i početak politike ‘novog kursa’”
(“A Question of the Language and Script in Dalmatia in 1903 and the Beginning of
the Politics of a ‘New Course’”), Зборник Матице српске за славистику/Review of
Slavic Studies by Matica Srpska, 70, 2006, YU ISSN 0352–5007/UDK
880.1+881(05), pp. 183–194, Novi Sad, Serbia, 2006
Article “Уставна и законска регулатива српскохрватског језика у СФРЈ (1974–
1991)” (“Constitutional and Legislative Regulations upon Serbo-Croat Language in
SFRY (1974–1991)”), in scientific journal Наслеђе (“Inheritance”), Faculty of
Philology and Art of the University of Kragujevac, year IV, No. 6, 2007, ISSN 1820–
1768, pp. 75–87, Kragujevac, Serbia
Article “Kroatijos valstiečių partija” (“Croatian Peasent Party”), in Visuotinė Lietuvių
Enciklopedija (Universal Lithuanian Encyclopaedia), Vol. XI, p. 117, Vilnius, 2007
Article “Kroatų kalba” (“Croatian Language”), in Visuotinė Lietuvių Enciklopedija
(Universal Lithuanian Encyclopaedia), Vol. XI, p. 117, Vilnius, 2007.
Article “Russian National Interest: Between Euroatlanticist Integration and the Myth
of Pan-Slavic Solidarity, Reciprocity and Brotherhood”, in conference proceeding
Šiuolaikinės rusistikos teorijos ir praktikos tendencijos (Theoretical and Practical
Tendencies in Contemporary Russian Studies), Slavonic Center at the Humanities
Science Faculty at the Klaipėda University and the Faculty of Philology and
Journalism at the Russian State University of Immanuel Kant, ISBN 978–9955–18–
189–7, pp. 151–155, Klaipėda, 2007
Article “Pitanje jezika i pisma u Dalmaciji 1903. g. i početak politike ‘novog kursa’”
(“A Question of the Language and Script in Dalmatia in 1903 and the Beginning of
the Politics of a ‘New Course’”), in scientific anthology Microlanguages, Languages
and Interlanguages. Anthology in Honour of Professor Alexander Dmitrievich
Dulichenko (eds. A. Kunnapa, V. Lefeldt, S. N. Kuznetsova), Tartu University, Dept.
of Slavonic Philology, ISBN 9949–11–444–6, pp. 204–213, Tartu, Estonia, 2006
Article “Kosovo mūšis” (“Kosovo battle”), in Visuotinė Lietuvių Enciklopedija
(Universal Lithuanian Encyclopaedia), Vol. X, pp. 657–658, Vilnius, 2006
Article “The Croatian National Revival Movement (The “Illyrian Movement”) and
the Question of Language in the Phase from 1830 to 1841”, in scientific journal

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Наслеђе (“Inheritance”), Faculty of Philology and Art of the University of
Kragujevac, year III, No. 4, 2006, ISSN 1820–1768, pp. 101–116, Kragujevac, Serbia
Article “Kolizijos Pietričių Europoje: Tarptautiniai santykiai, užsienio jėgų interesai
ir ‘Albanų klausimas’” (“Collisions in South-East Europe: International Relations,
Interests of Foreign Powers and ‘Albanian Question’”), in scientific-cultural journal
Naujoji Romuva, vol. 3 (556), pp. 42–47, October 2006/vol. 4 (557), pp. 53–58,
December 2006, ISSN 1392–043X, Vilnius, Lithuania
Article “Srpska politička desnica i srpsko nacionalno pitanje u Trojednici krajem
XIX. veka” (“Serbian Political Right and Serbian National Question in Triune
Kingdom at the end of 19th c.”), Zgodovinski časopis/Historical review, 60, 1–2 (133),
ISSN 0350–5774, 2006, pp. 123–137, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Article “The Idea of Pan-Slavic Ethnolinguistic Kinship and Reciprocity in
Dalmatian and Croatian Literature, 1477–1706”, in scientific journal Jaunųjų
mokslininkų darbai/Journal of Young Scientists, 1 (8), ISSN 1648–8776, 2006, pp.
174–178, Šiauliai University Press, Šiauliai, Lithuania
Article “Juodkalniečiai” (“Montenegrins”), in Visuotinė Lietuvių Enciklopedija
(Universal Lithuanian Encyclopaedia), Vol. IX, p. 13, Vilnius, 2006.
Article “The Croatian National Revival Movement (The “Illyrian Movement”) and
the Question of Language in the Phase from 1830 to 1841”, in Second International
Conference Proceedings: Nation and Language: Modern Aspects of Socio-Linguistic
Development, Kaunas University of Technology, ISBN 9955–25–040–2, pp. 219–
226, Kaunas 2006
Article “Kritika interpretacije filoloških stavova Vuka Stefanovića Karadžića od
strane ‘jugoslovenske integralističke filologije’” (“A Critique of Interpretation of Vuk
Stefanović Karadžić’s Philological Approaches by ‘Yugoslav Integral Philology’”),
Зборник Матице српске за славистику/Review of Slavic Studies by Matica Srpska,
68, 2005, YU ISSN 0352–5007/UDK 880.1+881(05), pp. 47–61, Novi Sad, Serbia,
2005
Article “Hrvatsko-srpski sporovi oko jezika i pisma u Trojednici (1848.–1861. g.)”
(“Croatian-Serbian disputes concerning the language and alphabet in the Triune
Kingdom, 1848–1861”), Slavistica Vilnensis, Kalbotyra 53 (2), 2004, ISSN 1392–
1517, pp. 87–108, Vilnius University Press, Vilnius, Lithuania, 2005
Article “Emigration, Refugees and Ethnic Cleansing in Yugoslavia 1991–2001 in the
Context of Transforming Ethnographical Borders into National-State Borders”, in
Beginnings and Ends of Emigration: Life without Borders in Contemporary World, A
collection of scholarly essays, (edited by Dalia Kuizinienė), issued by Vytautas
Magnus University and The Lithuanian Emigration Institute, Kaunas: Versus Aureus,
ISBN 9955-601-50-7, pp. 85–108, Lithuania, 2005
Article “Nacionalno samoodređenje Hrvata i Srba putem jezika u Trojednoj
Kraljevini Dalmaciji, Hrvatskoj i Slavoniji, 1835.–1848. g.” (“National selfdetermination of the Croats and Serbs by the language in the Triune Kingdom of
Dalmatia, Croatia and Slavonia, 1835–1848”), Zgodovinski časopis/Historical review,
58, 3–4 (130), ISSN 0350–5774, 2004, pp. 377–389, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Articles upon historical-current Baltic affairs published in Serbian national daily
Dnevnik, October-December 2004.
Article “Rytų klausimas” (“Eastern Question”), in scientific-cultural journal Naujoji
Romuva, 2004 vol. 1 (546), pp. 45–49, March 2004, vol. 2 (547), pp. 57–61, May
2004, vol. 4 (549), pp. 61–69, December 2004, ISSN 1392–043X, Vilnius, Lithuania
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Article “Glagolika” (“Glagolitic script”), in Visuotinė Lietuvių Enciklopedija
(Universal Lithuanian Encyclopaedia), Vol. VI, p. 758, Vilnius, 2004.
Article “Bosnių kalba” (“Bosnian language”), in Visuotinė Lietuvių Enciklopedija
(Universal Lithuanian Encyclopaedia), Vol. III, p. 382, Vilnius, 2003
Article “Pietų Slavų unifikacijos idėjos raida” (“Development of the Idea of South
Slavic Unification”), in scientific-cultural journal Naujoji Romuva, 2003 vol. 2 (543),
ISSN 1392–043X, pp. 50–55, September 2003, Vilnius, Lithuania
Article “The Idea of Greater Croatia in the Seventeenth-Century”, in Conference
proceeding material Statehood Beyond Ethnicity: Comparative and Trans-National
Perspectives in Europe, Södertörns högskola, University College – Baltic and East
European Graduate School, Fleminsberg near Stockholm, 2003, Sweden, pp. 149–189
Article “Jezik i pismo kao faktori nacionalnog određenja Hrvata i Srba u XIX. veku”
(“Language and Orthography as Factors in National Self-Determination of the 19thcentury Croats and Serbs”), Slavistica Vilnensis, Kalbotyra 51 (2), 2002, ISSN 1392–
1517, pp. 39–48, Vilnius University Press, Vilnius, Lithuania, 2002
Article “Didysis Kosovo kankinys”, (“The Great Kosovo’s Martyr”) in scientificcultural journal Naujoji Romuva, 2002 vol. 4 (541), ISSN 1392–043X, pp. 56–61,
December 2002, Vilnius, Lithuania
Article “Shaping the Borderlands of Pax Sovietica Commonwealth in Central and
Southeastern Europe: the Communist Party of Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union
during the Second World War”, Lietuvos Istorijos Studijos, Mokslo darbai, vol. 10,
2002, ISSN 1392–0448, pp. 65–82, Vilnius University Press, Vilnius, Lithuania, 2002
Article “Tautinė tapatybė: kas yra albanai? Ilyriškoji albanų antroponimija ir
etnogenezė” (“National Identity: Who are the Albanians? The Illyrian Anthroponymy
and the Ethnogenesis of the Albanians”), scientific-cultural journal Liaudies Kultūra,
2002 vol. 3 (84), ISSN 0236–0551, pp. 31–43, April 2002, Vilnius, Lithuania
Article “Civilizacijų konfliktas Balkanuose?” (“The Clash of Civilizations in the
Balkans?”), in scientific-cultural journal Kultūros Barai, 2001 vol. 11, ISSN 0134–
3106, pp. 50–51, November 2001, Vilnius, Lithuania
Article “Serbia Rediviva: Меморандум митрополита Стратимировића из 1804. г.
о стварању словенскосрпске велике кнежевине” (“Serbia Rediviva: Memorandum
of Metropolitan Stratimirovic from 1804 upon creation of Slavonic-Serbian Grand
Duchy”), Slavistica Vilnensis, Kalbotyra 50 (2), 2001, ISSN 1392–1517, pp. 9–30,
Vilnius University Press, Vilnius, Lithuania, 2001
Article “Balkanai: Civilizacijų ir politinės įtakos sferų kryžkelėje” (“The Balkans:
Crossroads of civilizations and political spheres of influences”), in scientific-cultural
journal Naujoji Romuva, 2001 vol. 2 (535), ISSN 1392–043X, pp. 17–22, July 2001,
Vilnius, Lithuania
Article “Moterų istorija jugoslavijos istoriografijoje” (“Writing women history in
Yugoslav historiography”), in scientific-cultural journal Kultūros Barai, 2001 vol. 5,
ISSN 0134–3106, pp. 83–85, May 2001, Vilnius, Lithuania
Article “Nineteenth-century Ideas of Serbian ‘Linguistic’ Nationhood and
Statehood”, Slavistica Vilnensis, Kalbotyra 49 (2), 2000, ISSN 1392–1517, pp. 7–24,
Vilnius University Press, Vilnius, Lithuania, 2000
Articles 1) “’Kosovo scenarijus’ Makedonijoje’” (“Kosovo Scenario’ in
Macedonia”), August 23-30, 2001 (№ 34), p. 32, 2) “Kosovo albanai plečia tėvynę”
(“Kosovar Albanians are enlarging their motherland”), January 11–17, 2001, № 1451

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(№ 2), p. 30, and “Neišrišamas Kosovo mazgas” (“Unloosed Kosovo Knot”),
November 29th, 2007, № 48, p. 38, in political weekly magazine Veidas Vilnius,
Lithuania
Article “Kosovo Knot” (“Koszovó csomója”), in political-cultural monthly journal
Beszélő, III. folyam, IV. évfolyam, 6. szám, ISSN 0865–4093, pp. 30–35, June 1999,
Budapest, Hungary
Articles upon global politics published at Centre for Research on Globalization’s
homepage: www.globalresearch.ca, and at Oriental Review – Open Dialog Research
Journal’s homepage: www.orientalreview.org, 2014 onward
Articles upon historical-current Balkan and Southeast European affairs published in
Lithuanian national dailies Lietuvos Rytas, Respublika and Vakarų Ekspresas, 1998–
2001/2007–2008
LANGUAGE SKILLS:
Native Serbian, fluent in English, Croatian, Lithuanian, good in Russian
COMPUTER SKILLS:
Microsoft Office™ programa Windows system, Word Processors, Wind Word, Word
Perfect, Excel, Access, Databases, Electronic Mail Program, CCMAIL for Windows,
JSTOR, Internet
REFERENCE PERSONS (primary list):
Assoc. Prof. Virginijus Valentinavičius, Dean of the Faculty of Politics and
Management, Mykolas Romeris University, Office I-208, Valakupių g. 5, LT-10101
Vilnius, Lithuania (Lietuva), E-mails: virgis.valentinavicius@gmail.com &
pvf@mruni.eu, Phone: (+3705) 2740 638; Fax: (+3705) 2740 624
Assoc. Prof. Andrijus Stasiukynas, Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Politics and
Management, Mykolas Romeris University, Office I-207, Valakupių g. 5, LT-10101
Vilnius, Lithuania (Lietuva), E-mail: stasiukynas@mruni.eu, Phone: (+3705) 2740
635; Fax: (+3705) 2740 624
Assoc. Prof. Gediminas Kazėnas, Director of the Institute of Political Sciences,
Faculty of Politics and Management, Mykolas Romeris University, Office I-216,
Valakupių g. 5, LT-10101 Vilnius, Lithuania (Lietuva), E-mail: gkazenas@mruni.eu,
Phone: (+3705) 2740 618; Fax: (+3705) 2740 624
REFERENCE PERSONS (secondary list):
Assoc. Prof. Algirdas Monkevičius, Rector of Mykolas Romeris University, Office
I-217, Ateities g. 20, LT-08303 Vilnius, Lithuania (Lietuva), E-mail:
roffice@mruni.eu, Phone: (+3705) 271 4625; Fax: (+3705) 267 6000
Prof. Vygandas Kazimieras Paulikas, Mykolas Romeris University, Faculty of
Politics and Management, Institute of Political Sciences, Office I-57, Valakupių g. 5,
LT-10101 Vilnius, Lithuania (Lietuva), E-mail: vpaul@mruni.eu, Phone: (+3705)
2740 611; Fax: (+3705) 2740 624
Prof. Šarunas Liekis, Dean of the Faculty of Political Sciences and Diplomacy,
Vytautas Magnus University, Office 102, Gedimino g. 44, LT-44246 Kaunas,
Lithuania (Lietuva), E-mails: dek@pmdf.vdu.lt, s.liekis@pmdf.vdu.lt, Phone: (837)
206 702, Fax: (837) 206 709

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