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Prof. Miroslav Hadžić

E-mail address: miroslav.hadzic@fpn.bg.ac.rs, mhadzic@ccmr-br.org

Phone No: +381 11 3092-845

Year and place of birth: 1946, Belgrade

Education

  • 1985, PhD – Political Science, FPS BU
  • 1979, MA – Political Science, FPS BU
  • 1973, BA – Political Sciences, FPS BU
  • 1966,  Aviation Military Academy, Zadar

Courses

  • Global and National Security

Working experience

  • May 2002-present, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Political Sciences, Professor of Global and National Security
  • 1995-May 2002, University of Belgrade, Institute of Social Sciences, Department for Sociological Research, Belgrade, FR Yugoslavia; Senior research fellow, Researching problems of transition in former socialist countries, particularly processes of transformation of communist armies and chances for establishing democratic control over them.
  • 1992-1994 Military University of Yugoslav Army, Belgrade Associate Professor in Military sociology, Colonel (discharged at his own request); Taught Military Sociology at undergraduate and graduate levels. Prepared the research project concerning the role of the Yugoslav Peoples Army in Yugoslav wars.
  • 1973-1992 YPA’s Command Staff Colleges, Higher Military Political School, Department of International Relations and Contemporary Socialism; Associate Professor in Contemporary Socialism and Contemporary Society; Taught both disciplines at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Supervisor of several M.A students and member of several M.A. committees.
  • 1972-1973 Army Center for Andragogic, Psychological and Sociological Research, Belgrade, Yugoslavia; Research Associate; Member of a research team studying the motivations of young people for attending army schools.

Lecturing at other domestic and foreign institutions

  • Diplomatic Academy, MFA of Serbia and Montenegro, 2002/2003
  • Seminar “Reform of Security Sector”, February-March 2003, Centre for Civil Military Relations
  • Two-week course “Reform of Security Sector in Serbia and Montenegro”, G17 Institute and Centre for Civil Military Relations, March 2003
  • Belgrade Open School, 1999/2000 and 2000/2001

Fields of scientific interest

  • Civil-military relations,
  • National, regional and global security

The most important books published

  1. The Yugoslav People’s Agony, The role of the Yugoslav People’s Army, Ashgate, Hampshire, England, 2002, ISBN 0 7546 1642 8
  2. Hroničan manjak bezbednosti – slučaj Jugoslavije, Centar za civilno-vojne odnose, Institut društvenih nauka, Belgrade, 2001, ISBN 86-83543-02-1
  3. Sudbina partijske vojske, Samizdat FreeB92, Belgrade, 2001, ISBN 86-7963-123-X
  4. Bezbednosni dometi NATO intervencije na Kosovu, Centar za antiratnu akciju – Politički tim 2000, Belgrade, 2000, ISBN 86-82297-33-7
  5. Odrednice bezbednosti SR Jugoslavije, Centar za antiratnu akciju – Politički tim 2000, Belgrade, 2000, 86-82297-38-8
  6. Demokratska kontrola vojske i policije u SR Jugoslaviji – normativne pretpostavke, Miroslav Hadžić (ed), Centar za civilno-vojne odnose, Belgrade, 2001, ISBN 86-83543-01-3
  7. Civilna kontrola vojske i policije, Miroslav Hadžić (ed), Medija centar, Belgrade, Centar za civilno-vojne odnose, Belgrade, 2000, ISBN 86-82827-16-6
  8. Civilian Control over the Army and Police, Miroslav Hadžić (ed), Media Center, Belgrade, Center for Civil-Military Relations, Belgrade, 2000, ISBN 86-82827-18-2

Participation in research projects

  • Human rights protection in army and police, 2000-2002, Head of the project, Centre for Civil Military Relations, Belgrade
  • Normative assumptions for democratic control of army and police in FR Yugoslavia, 2000-2001, project leader, Centre for Civil Military Relations, Belgrade
  • Sociological research of transition of post-socialist societies, 1995-2000, project associate, Institute of Social Sciences, University of Belgrade

Membership in professional organizations and associations

  • European Research Group on Military and Society
  • Yugoslav Political Science Association
  • Member of the Advisory Board of the Geneva Centre for Democratic Control of the Armed Forces

Foreign langugaes

  • English “a”

Other books published

  • Books
  1. The Yugoslav People’s Agony, The role of the Yugoslav People’s Army, Ashgate, Hampshire, England, 2002, ISBN 0 7546 1642 8
  2. Hroničan manjak bezbednosti – slučaj Jugoslavije, Centar za civilno-vojno odnose, Institut društvenih nauka, Belgrade, 2001, ISBN 86-83543-02-1
  3. Sudbina partijske vojske, Samizdat FreeB92, Belgrade, 2001, ISBN 86-7963-123-X
  • Monographs
  1. Bezbednosni dometi NATO intervencije na Kosovu, Centar za antiratnu akciju – Politički tim 2000, Belgrade, 2000, ISBN 86-82297-33-7
  2. Odrednice bezbednosti SR Jugoslavije, Centar za antiratnu akciju – Politički tim 2000, Belgrade, 2000, 86-82297-38-8
  • Volumes of papers
  1. Demokratska kontrola vojske i policije u SR Jugoslaviji – normativne pretpostavke, Miroslav Hadžic (ed), Centar za civilno-vojne odnose, Belgrade, 2001, ISBN 86-83543-01-3
  2. Civilna kontrola vojske i policije, Miroslav Hadžic (ed), Medija centar, Belgrade, Centar za civilno-vojne odnose, Belgrade, 2000, ISBN 86-82827-16-6
  3. Civilian Control over the Army and Police, Miroslav Hadžic (ed), Media Center, Belgrade, Center for Civil-Military Relations, Belgrade, 2000, ISBN 86-82827-18-2

Articles published

  1. The Main Issues of Regional Security in South Eastern Europe: A Yugoslav Perspective, in: Looking Ahead: Security Challenges in the Balkans through 2010, Istvan Gyarmati, Theodor Winkler (eds), East West Institute, New York, Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces, Belgrade, 2002, pp. 79-98
  2. Prepreke budućoj bezbednosti u Jugoistočnoj Evropi: pogled iz Srbije, in: Pogled unapred: bezbednosni izazovi na Balkanu do 2010. godine, Istvan Gyarmati, Theodor Winkler (ed), East West Institute, New York, Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces, Belgrade, 2002, pp. 77-96
  3. Prepreke budućoj sigurnosti jugoistočne Europe – pogled iz Srbije, Međunarodne studije, Centar za međunarodne studije, Zagreb, yearbook, No. 4, 2001, pp. 185-202
  4. (P)lutajuća vojska, Republika, Zadruga “Res publica”, Belgrade, No. 290-291, 1-31, August 2002, pp. 27-40
  5. Democratic control of the Armed Forces – The Yugoslav Case, presentation: ERGOMAS VIII. Biennial Conference “Blurring Boundaries: the Military and the New World (Dis)order, Portorož, Slovenia, September 18-22, 2002, pp. 21
  6. Civilno-vojne osobenosti SR Jugoslavije, http//www:ccmr-bg.org.rs , 9,671 words
  7. Civil-Military Features of the FR Yugoslavia, http//www:ccmr-bg.org.rs, 11,515 words
  8. Ko kontroliše Vojsku Jugoslavije?, TV broadcast scenario, 55 minutes, Centar za civilno-vojne odnose, Nezavisna produkcijska grupa Mreža, Belgrade, broadcasted at the TV B92 in time of the broadcast “Istina, odgovornost, pomirenje”, July 1, 2002 at 20:00.
  9. Critical Security Points of Serbia/FR Yugoslavia, in: Ten Years After: Democratisation and Security Challenges in South East Europe, Col Mag. Gustav E. Gustenau (ed), PfP Consortium, National Defence Academy Vienna, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of Defence, University of Skopje, Vienna, May 2001
  10. Manjak pretpostavki za demokratsku kontrolu Vojske Jugoslavije, in: Demokratska kontrola vojske i policije u SR Jugoslaviji – normativne pretpostavke, Miroslav Hadžić (ed), Centar za civilno-vojne odnose, Belgrade, 2001,
  11. Civilna kontrola nad Vojskom Jugoslavije, in: Civilna kontrola vojske i policije, Miroslav Hadžić (ed), Medija centar, Belgrade, Centar za civilno-vojne odnose, Belgrade, 2000
  12. Civilian Control of the Yugoslav Army, in: Civilian Control over the Army and Police, Miroslav Hadžić (ed), Media Center, Center for Civil-Military Relations, Belgrade, 2000
  13. Kosovo and the Security Stabilization of South-East Europe, International Peacekeeping, Vol.7, No.2 (Summer 2000), Frank Cass, Essex, 2000
  14. The Army’s Use of Trauma, in: The Road to War in Serbia, Trauma and Catharsis, Nebojša Popov (ed), Central European University Press, Budapest, 2000
  15. Vojna bezbednost, in: Pripreme za evropsku integraciju, Jelica Minić, Duško Lopandić (ed), Evropski pokret u Srbiji, Belgrade, November 2000
  16. Military Security, in: Preparing Yugoslavia for European Integration, Jelica Minić, Duško Lopandić (eds), European Movement Serbia, Belgrade, November 2000
  17. Security Ranges of NATO Intervention in Kosovo, Working paper no. 27, COPRI, Copenhagen, 1999
  18. Kosovo Determinants of Security in South Eastern Europe, in: South Eastern Europe 2000, The View from Serbia, Jelica Minić (ed.), Stubovi kulture, European Movement Serbia, Belgrade, 1999
  19. Kosovske odrednice bezbednosti jugoistocne Evrope, in: Jugoistočna Evropa 2000, Pogled iz Srbije, Jelica Minić (ed), Stubovi kulture, Evropski pokret u Srbiji, Belgrade, 1999
  20. Javne ćutnje o Vojsci Jugoslavije, in: Ustavna i pravna pitanja jugoslovenske države, Vesna Petrovic (ed), Beogradski centar za ljudska prava, Belgrade, 1999
  21. Public Silence About the Army of Yugoslavia, in: Constitutional and Legal Questions Facing the Yugoslav State, Vesna Petrovic (ed), Belgrade Centre for Human Rights, Belgrade, 1999
  22. Kosovski trougao, Republika, No. 204-205, Belgrade, January 1999
  23. The role of the Army in the Process of Disintegration of Yugoslavia, in: Kriegsverbrecher vor Geriht, Das Haager UN-Tribunal fur Ex-Jugoslawien, Sudosteuropa-Gesellschaft, Deutsche Welle, Koln, 1999
  24. Sporazum o Kosovu – čitanje prvo, Spoljnopolitičke sveske, Evropski pokret u Srbiji, Belgrade, December 1998
  25. Selbstverteidung staft Landesverteidigung: Die Rolle der Armeefuhrung im Kontext der jugoslawichen Krise, im: Serbiens Weg in den Krieg, Tomas Bremer, Nebojša Popov, Heinz-Gunther Stobbe (Hrsg), Berlin Verlag, Arno Spitz GmbH, 1998
  26. Bezbednosni profil Balkana, in: Balkan ’97, Jelica Minić (ed), Evropski pokret u Srbiji, Belgrade, 1997
  27. Security Profile of the Balkans, in: Balkan ’97, Jelica Minić (ed.), European Movement Serbia, Belgrade, 1997
  28. Armijska upotreba trauma, in: Srpska strana rata, Nebojša Popov (ed), Republika, Vikom, Gradanska čitaonica, Belgrade, 1996
  29. Postratna pozicija ju-vojski, Evropa. No. 3, Belgrade, 1995
  30. Jugoslawien Die Armee am Scheideweg, Ost-West gegen informationen, No 4, Graz, 1995
  31. Srpski kraj jugoslovenske vojske, in: Srbija izmedu prošlosti i budućnosti, Dušan Janjić (ed), Institut društvenih nauka, Belgrade, Forum za etničke odnose, Belgrade, Belgrade, 1995
  32. The Serbian Ending of the Yugoslav Army, Dušan Janjić (ed.) Serbia Between the Past and the Future, Institute of Social Sciences, Forum for Ethnic Relations, Belgrade, 1995
  33. Nemoć vojne moći, in: Evropa i raspad Jugoslavije, Radmila Nakarada (ed), Institut za evropske studije, Belgrade, 1994
  34. Powerlessness of the Military Power, in: Europe and the Disintegration of Yugoslavia, Radmila Nakarada (ed), Institute for European Studies, Belgrade, 1994
  35. Ratni udeo JNA, in: Raspad Jugoslavije, Filozofija i društvo, No 6, Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, Belgrade, 1994
  36. Postsocijalisticka transformacija vojske, in: Društvene promene i postosocijalizam, Sociološke studije III, Institut društvenih nauka Univerziteta u Beogradu, Belgrade, 1993